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Sunday 4th December 2016  


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Ashridge House

Wedding Venue
Ashridge House
Ashridge
Berkhamsted
Hertfordshire
HP4 1NS
England

tel:- +44 1442 841107
fax:- +44 1442 841 010
web address:- www.ashridgeweddings.org.uk
e-mail:- contact@ashridge.org.uk

Ashridge House :-
Venue type - Historic Building

Guests rooms available: 190 bedrooms

Garden suitable for marquees: No

Choice of wedding breakfast menus - Yes
Alcohol License - Yes
Dedicated wedding planner available - Yes
Licensed for Civil Ceremonies - Yes
Outdoor Fireworks Permitted - Yes
Dance Floor - Yes
Evening Reception Facilities - Yes
Car Parking Facilities - Yes

Gardens or outside locations suitable for wedding photography: Steeped in history and nestling in a 190 acre estate in the Hertfordshire countryside, Ashridge sets the scene for your wedding perfectly.

Venue special features: Licensed for civil marriage/partnership ceremonies for up to 110 guests, couples may exchange vows on the sweeping staircase, or with beautiful garden views from the South Terrace. Each element of your special day will be hosted in a unique room, providing that special "wow!" factor every time a door opens.

Venue History: This spectacular country house has a rich history spanning over 700 years. Once a monastery for Benedictine monks, it became a residence for the children of King Henry VIII, and then passed into the hands of the Dukes and Earls of Bridgewater, finally to become the home of Ashridge Business School.


Wedding Trivia:
BEST MAN TRADITION
Among the Germanic Goths of northern Europe in 200 A.D., a man usually married a woman from within his own community. However, when there were fewer women, the prospective bridegroom would capture his bride from a neighboring village. The bridegroom was accompanied by his strongest friend (or best friend), who helped him capture his bride.

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