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St Paul’s Walden Bury

A notable landscape garden laid out in the early 18th-century and the childhood home of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.

St Paul's Walden Bury, Hitchin SG4 8BP

St Paul's Walden Bury

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Weddings

Capacity
  • 100+
Licences
  • Civil
Venue Types
  • House rooms
  • Marquee space
  • Outdoor / garden
Facilities
  • Accessible parking
  • Guest parking
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Accessibility

House tours suitable for wheel chairs, except not very heavy electric. Single step up into the house. No disabled toilets.
Visitors can sit down on some chairs during tour.

Part of garden suitable for wheel chairs, but there are steep grass slopes. For weddings, arrangements can be made so wheel chairs can exit garden without being pushed up hill.

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You can have exclusive hire of the celebrated gardens at St Paul’s Walden Bury. Guests can enjoy the long vistas and serene surroundings, the classical temples and statues, the lake and ornamental ponds. You would be free to arrange your own marquee, caterers etc.

We also have a licence for civil ceremonies in the house or in one of the temples in the garden. This is available with or without a marquee reception.

Please ask for a brochure through the website: www.stpaulswaldenbury.co.uk
Wedding ceremonies can take place in the house or garden, or at one of the temples.
The grounds are hired out for receptions. You would arrange marquee, catering etc. to your own plan.

Booking

For more information and to book contact Caroline Bowes Lyon.

for the latest information.
Accessibility

House tours suitable for wheel chairs, except not very heavy electric. Single step up into the house. No disabled toilets.
Visitors can sit down on some chairs during tour.

Part of garden suitable for wheel chairs, but there are steep grass slopes. For weddings, arrangements can be made so wheel chairs can exit garden without being pushed up hill.

Does our information need updating?
Let us know here