Friday, 27 September 2013

Kings Weston House Weddings

I am completely delighted to introduce 'Kings Weston House' a wedding venue situated on the outskirts of Bristol and very recently refurbished.

Kings Weston House was built between 1712 and 1719, is a Grade 1 listed building and one of Bristol's hidden treasures. Designed by the famous architect Sir John Vanbrugh who also designed Blenhiem Palace, this private home has opened it's doors to weddings and events from September 2013.

There are lots of very beautiful rooms you can have a reception or get married in.

The Portrait gallery holds 100 for ceremony and can also be used for reception drinks. Situated at the front of the house this room is very light and airy. A real fairy tale room. Your guests can watch you step out of your car or horse drawn carriage and walk down the aisle.

The Grand Staircase holds 120 for the ceremony and can also be used for reception drinks. Its a breathtaking room where you can wow your guests by walking down from the sweeping staircase.

The Vanbrugh suite holds 100 for the ceremony and 120 for a wedding breakfast and has views across to Wales.

They also have a gentleman's style bar and other smaller rooms suitable for all events.

We had a fab opening with a wedding fayre that I will blog very soon but for now you can look at 

If you would like to view the house or need more information please contact - 
Michele 07969 201183 or

All photographs copy right of Marie Man