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Map & directions

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Local hotels & taxi companies

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Woodland Wedding Video

Inspired by ‘A Mid Summer Night’s Dream’

F&Qs

WILL MY EVENT BE COMPLETELY PRIVATE?

Yes, we offer exclusive use of the site. Our nearest neighbours are some distance away and the venue is on a private farm track. There is no public access across the woodland.

WHERE WILL I PARK?

Your wedding guests will be able to drive right into our paddock to park their vehicles. Suppliers will be able to drive into the wood using a purpose made roadway. Disabled guests can also use this road.

 

CAN I BRING MY DOG?

We love hounds! If the bride and groom are happy for canines to attend then we welcome your fluffy friends. Please just make sure that they stick to the paths  and that you pick up after them.

 

WILL I NEED WELLIES?

We are undertook a project during 2016 to make all the paths, (and the areas where tents stand) hard under foot. These are wood chippings with a special ‘TRAM’ membrane beneath. The product allows the water to drain and ensure the footpaths remain dry. Wellies shouldn’t be required! No Glastonbury here.

 

ARE THERE ANY LOCAL HOTELS?

Download our hotel and taxi guide above.

 

ARE THERE ANY LOCAL RECCOMENDED TAXI FIRMS?

Download our hotel and taxi guide above.

Please do not use suppliers from out of the area, they will find it difficult to find us at night and risk upsetting our neighbours. Please also ensure that you book a taxi prior to the event. Local taxi companies can become busy if there is more than one wedding in the local area.

 

WILL IT BE EASY FOR GUESTS TO FIND?

Yes, we supply maps to clients, and we will put out signs on the day.

 

CAN WE PLAY MUSIC AFTER 11PM?

We are an open air venue with a long term future plan. Council restrictions, and courtesy to our neighbours dictates that music must be inaudible by 11pm. We welcome silent discos from 11 – 12 midnight but must ask that guests are safely off site, or in their tents after midnight.