Seeking an Essex wedding venue that’s got everything you could want all in one place? Then you need to check out Parklands, Quendon Hall – a 17th-Century Georgian Manor house set in acres of beautiful deer park. Parklands, Quendon Hall is an exclusive use venue, which means you and your guests will have sole use of the venue on your big day without worrying about bumping into another bride or groom.
What’s more, the venue is fully licensed to hold civil ceremonies both indoors and outdoors, though if you’d prefer to exchange your vows in a church setting, Parklands Quendon Hall works with two churches in the area: St Mary the Virgin, Newport and Saint Mary the Virgin, Saffron Walden.
Parklands Quendon Hall is also a popular multicultural wedding venue in Essex due to the fact that it has a very large capacity. The events team has plenty of experience coordinating multicultural weddings and are sensitive to all religious and cultural requirements, so whether you’re looking for something traditional or not, they have a wealth of experience and can offer helpful advice every step of the way.
There are a variety of differently sized rooms at Parklands Quendon Hall, meaning the venue can cater for your exact number of guests, whether it’s 50 or 500. When it comes to the wedding breakfast, the sky is the limit, thanks to this venue’s flexible approach. Couples are free to choose each course from a different range of the venue’s in-house menu choices, or go for something completely different such as a hog roast or buffet. The kitchen are always happy to cater for vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and other specific dietary requirements too, so you needn’t worry that any of your guests will be left out.
With plenty of inspired add-ons, such as a pick ‘n’ mix cart, prosecco cart, kids’ activity packs and dancefloor flip-flops, you can be sure your wedding day will be exactly as you imagined at Parklands Quendon Hall.