Built from the glorious golden Cotswold stone that is so iconic to the region
Charingworth Manor is a wedding venue filled with character, history, and charm. With lavender-lined walkways, manicured gardens, and beautiful woodlands, this is a quintessentially English spot. This ancient estate dates to the 14th century and has even been mentioned in the Doomsday Book. Notable guests include T.S Elliot, who wrote his classic Burnt House here in the 1930s.
The delightful Orangery and private terrace with bucolic views of the Cotswolds 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.