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Deer Park Hall

Deer Park Hall
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Deer Park Weddings are as individual as you are! The venue allows you to tailor your wedding to your requirements, with a set up day before your wedding to style the venue and a free corkage allowance to bring along your favorite wines you are not just picking options from a menu.

Set in 1500 acres of glorious countryside the natural beauty of Deer Park Hall is enhanced by the landscaped gardens & it’s clear to see why it’s a popular choice for outdoor civil ceremonies in the Cotswolds. Outdoor ceremonies, photographs, canapes & reception drinks can take place on our stunning Lambs Leap Lawn which offers a selection of traditional garden games, and a crafted wooden gazebo.

With a licence to hold civil ceremonies & civil partnerships, our traditional Panelled Hall offers characterful space which can comfortable seat up to 110 guests. Overlooking the hall we have our Minstrels Gallery – with a perfect view from above this is a spectacular area for musicians to play throughout the ceremony & seating for additional guests. We can fit up to 150 people in both the Panelled Hall & Gallery for your ceremony.
The Bredon Room really is a stunning setting for any wedding reception, a wall of glass showcasing panoramic views onto the deer park & Malvern Hills. Its neutral colours, exposed oak beams and modern barn theme gives you relaxed country feel which is sure to suit all wedding decoration ideas.
The Bredon Room is our largest room at Deer Park Hall with a capacity to seat 150 people and is commonly used to hold your wedding breakfast. It comes complete with an IPod dock, CD player & microphones for those all-important speeches

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