A ceremony at Kingsettle Stud in Cholderton is the perfect choice if you are looking for a day that is designed especially for you.
With grounds open for Humanist ceremonies, and a fully open supplier policy, you can tailor every possible detail and bring your vision of a rural wedding to life.
What makes Kingsettle Stud so special?
A historic estate dating back to the 1880s; a fully functioning organic family-run farm; a charming courtyard, maze, and arboretum beside a Victorian stable block; Kingsettle Stud ticks all the boxes for an idyllic countryside venue. Choose to bring in all your favourite wedding suppliers, using the estate as your (very beautiful) blank canvas, or make the most of the on-hand organisation team and available add-ons, such as the bar.
What spaces are included?
Among such a varied collection of buildings and outdoor locations, guests can make use of the arboretum, the Walled Garden, the Carriage Room for dining, the dancefloor of the Archway, the Harness Room with bar tables and piano, the Stables bar, glamping area for overnight guests, and the Coach House accommodation for the newly-weds the nights before and after the wedding.
The real charm of this venue comes in its beauty. Walking around, you get a really magical feeling; completely immersed in nature, surrounded by your loved ones, on the most special day of your life.
For more information, download the Kingsettle Stud brochure from their website.
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