Kifsgate Court – A Garden Paradise in the Cotswolds; with exclusive use of one of England’s most romantic gardens on your wedding day.
The gardens were created over 100 years ago by Heather Muir and are still looked after by her descendants. The house and gardens sit on Glyde Hill above the village of Mickleton and take in views over the vale of Evesham and on towards the Malvern Hills.
With the potential to install marquees accommodating up to 250 guests, ample parking, a number of local churches and suppliers creating menus from the best of local produce Kifscate Court is an ideal wedding venue. Your guests will enjoy a wide choice of hotel, bed & breakfast and self-catering accommodation in the picturesque Cotswolds towns and villages nearby or can venture into historic Stratford upon Avon, just twenty minutes away.
Mickleton Hills Farm is a Cotswold countryside wedding venue with a unique four day wedding package offering Saturday weddings with set up days, on site cottages and your own choice of suppliers.
From ceremony to celebration! Say “I Do” in our 18th century Grain Barn, followed by confetti and champagne as newly-weds in both our courtyard gardens and Grain Barn. Wedding breakfast meals of all styles created by any caterer of your choice can be enjoyed in our newly built oak framed dining barn. Evening party time begins when your guests return to the Grain Barn which transforms into our party barn, to dance the night away, with in house bar, customisable lighting system, and Yamaha sound system welcoming any band or DJ of your choice for the perfect party.
Welcoming your own choice of suppliers the details of your day are completely unique and personal to you. Food of all styles can be enjoyed with any caterer of your choice, flowers tailored to your unique personal style by your own choice of florist, whilst your favourite band ensures your perfect party and celebrations.
Our 4 day wedding package offers time to decorate and set up your wedding and enjoy seeing all the details you have carefully chosen come together to bring your day to life. Imagine a family meal in a local pub the night before and waking up on the morning of your wedding at Mickleton Hills Farm relaxed in the knowledge that your day is uniquely set up just the way you want it.
Mickleton Hills Farm is our family run wedding venue. We love what we do and feel so privileged to share in so many special occasions. Huge Congratulations on your upcoming wedding. We would be delighted to book a wedding viewing for you and welcome you to Mickleton Hills Farm very soon.
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Raw, atmospheric exhibition space at the heart of London’s South Bank.
Bargehouse is an exciting space in London’s fast moving South Bank and Bankside areas. A vast, untouched four-storey building, in its raw state Bargehouse is often transformed by creatives for unconventional exhibitions, immersive performance and interactive events. Bargehouse has a range of different spaces each offering unique features and quirks; rooms can be used on their own or in combinations depending on event requirements. The venue is part of the Oxo Tower Wharf development owned and managed by social enterprise Coin Street Community Builders and surrounded by restaurants, cafés, bars and 30 innovative contemporary design shops.
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The Museum of the Home is a place to discover and celebrate, reveal and rethink home together. Set in 300-year-old Grade I listed almshouses, and surrounded by verdant gardens and London Plane trees, the Museum is a hidden oasis within the City.
With a central London location and excellent transport links, the Museum is a unique and atmospheric mix of heritage and contemporary spaces – an ideal place to host business events, private dinners, wedding receptions, workshops and children’s parties, to name a few. Following a multi-million pound redevelopment project, the Museum has two brand new studios for hire, in addition to existing heritage spaces. The Museum is a registered charity, and all profits from venue hire go towards supporting the Museum and keeping it free and accessible for all. Please get in touch with our team to start bringing your event to life: firstname.lastname@example.org