Within the historic setting of Blake Hall and its beautiful gardens, sits two glorious 17th century Essex barns; a perfect venue for weddings and other special occasions.
Your wedding will be one of the happiest days of your life and you need to feel sure that every detail is right. At Blake Hall, the idyllic country house setting and the barns’ new facilities are matched by highly experienced and understanding staff. Their first priority is to ensure that your day is the greatest possible success.
Within the historic setting of Blake Hall and its stunning private gardens, we are proud to offer you the beautifully restored 17th century barns and surrounding areas for exclusive use for weddings, wedding receptions and other special occasions. Licenced for civil weddings and partnership ceremonies, either inside the newly restored Hay Barn or outside under the canopy of the old Saddlery, Blake Hall Weddings is arguably the most attractive barn wedding venue in Essex.
The Essex Barn will seat up to 150 people for your wedding breakfast and up to 200 people for your evening reception. The gardens provide countless opportunities for wonderful photographs. With the newly converted Saddlery, Blake Hall is licensed for wedding ceremonies inside the stunning Hay Barn or ‘outside’ under the canopy of the Saddlery. The venerable church of Bobbingworth is an easy walk at the end of the drive if you would like a church service.
The Old Coach House, a stone’s throw from the venue, sleeps 6 and is available the night before your wedding. Stable Cottage is available exclusively to all the couples for the night of their wedding – the perfect finish to your wedding at Blake Hall. The newly converted stable block offers 3 further bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms and a private terrace, for your family and friends to stay the night of your wedding.
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