As a licensed civil wedding ceremony venue in Herefordshire, Brinsop Court offers both Civil and Church wedding celebrations.
We provide both an indoor and outdoor wedding venue, with luxurious facilities to ensure your celebrations are truly unique and memorable.
St George’s, the Brinsop Village church is only a short drive away. Dating from the 12th century and complete with medieval stained glass windows depicting St George, the church sits next to a lake and is listed in England’s Thousand Best Churches.
To celebrate your civil wedding ceremony in Herefordshire at a unique wedding venue full of history and romance, Brinsop Court provides three beautiful indoor spaces for up to 70 guests.
The magnificent and medieval Banqueting Hall is in the oldest part of the house. This impressive 12th Century medieval hall has exposed vaulted ceiling, an oak floor from trees felled on the estate, stone window seats and a huge fireplace Gothic windows on both sides of the room offer views across the estate and into the courtyard below.
The wood panelled Elizabethan Library features a huge fireplace, with wood burner and windows overlooking the gardens. It is a very atmospheric room with a remarkable plaster ceiling and is particularly suitable for smaller wedding ceremonies. It is in this room that William Wordsworth spent many hours gaining inspiration for his renowned poetry.
The stunning Queen Anne room with beautiful plastered ceiling, grand fireplace and tall windows overlooking the moat offers an elegant, fresh and light alternative for your civil wedding ceremony. Up to 26 can be seated for formal dining and seat max 60 for a ceremony.
Many thanks to the whole team! Rachel and Harriet in particular 💕
We had a fantastic relaxed day. It was just perfect.