Our magnificent high vaulted Carriage Barn was built in the 18th Century to house the carriages belonging to the owners of Nether Winchendon House. Situated within the grounds and very close to the house, The Carriage Barn is the perfect place for couples to hold their Wedding Breakfast and to celebrate their love for each other. The Carriage Barn is at the heart of Nether Winchendon House Weddings.
Your Wedding Celebrations at The Carriage Barn, Nether Winchendon House
When you host your Wedding Breakfast at The Carriage Barn, as well as having Exclusive Use of the magnificent gardens and grounds of Nether Winchendon House for you and your guests to enjoy and for wonderful Wedding Day photographs, you can use and style the Bridal Garden and orchard next to The Carriage Barn, surrounded by peaceful countryside and exquisite views overlooking the meadows.
The Carriage Barn at Nether Winchendon House is a unique, simply and utterly beautiful private venue, with its own Bridal Garden and orchard, surrounded by peaceful countryside and with exquisite views. You and your Bridal Party will feel it is truly ‘yours’ for the day.
The Carriage Barn can seat up to 85 dining guests. With a dining area extension you can seat up to 140 dining guests. In the evening the total number of guests must not exceed 160 guests. By adding a dining area extension onto The Carriage Barn, which is not included in the venue hire charge, numbers can be increased to 140 dining guests. The Carriage Barn venue hire includes The Carriage Barn for your Wedding Breakfast, The Carriage Stand for your Arrival Drinks Reception, the Bridal Garden and Orchard, the Bar area, Dance Floor, The Stable Yard, a fully stocked Cash Bar, round 5'6" tables and Limewash Chivari chairs, access to The Carriage Barn two days before your Wedding Day for a relaxed set up, as well as Exclusive Use on your Wedding Day of the enchanting gardens and grounds of Nether Winchendon House for your Wedding Day photographs.
The Carriage Barn venue hire charge starts at £3500*
*Price variations for different months, Bank Holidays and specific dates