Built from the glorious golden Cotswold stone that is so iconic to the region
Charingworth Manor is a beautifully quintessential Cotswold manor. Set amongst the rolling countryside so synonymous with this region, its honey-stoned exterior is a stunning backdrop to your special day. Dating back over 700 years this ancient estate is full of romance and charm. The 40-acres of grounds are exceptionally well-tended with lavender filled walkways, manicured gardens and atmospheric woodlands.
You are sure to have an unforgettable day here, from the time you arrive to when you must all unfortunately head to your beds. The day will be spent taking in the panoramic views and marvelling at the detailed interiors. Photographs taken during the day will be a beautiful reminder of your union. The setting here could not be more picture perfect.
T.S Elliot was a frequent guest and wrote his poem Burnt Norton here in the 1930s. Much of the interior of the manor dates back to 1316 with beamed ceilings and mullioned windows. It is these details and moments in history which imbue the manor with such an air of elegance and charm.
When booking your wedding at Charingworth you have options to suit your guest numbers and ceremony style. Whichever option you choose you can arrive in style with use of their helicopter pad. What could be a more iconic entrance that your guests will never forget than watching you arrive above the Cotswold countryside.
The delightful Orangery and private terrace has bucolic views of the Cotswolds. It can host up to 120 guests for the wedding ceremony and 150 for your wedding breakfast. Charingworth Manor has a wealth of flexible spaces available for weddings including the Upper Conservatory or the charming John Greville Restaurant. So, whether you are planning an intimate affair for 30 of your nearest and dearest or an extravagant party for 200, Charingworth Manor has everything you need for the most magical day.