Honeysuckle and Castle are extremely proud to exclusively offer weddings at the charming Clumber Park in Nottinghamshire. Set at the heart of the famous Sherwood Forest, this venue is nestled amongst 3,800 acres of picturesque parkland.
You’ll find walled gardens, wooded glades and a romantic bridge overlooking Clumber Lake; with a full view of the gothic chapel, this is a truly unique backdrop to host your special day.
The stunning Glasshouse at Clumber Park is an idyllic setting for a small intimate ceremony with your closest friends and family, seating up to 40 guests.
This elegant building with floor-to-ceiling windows provides panoramic views across the spectacular gardens, and houses floral blooms and greenery expertly looked after by the Clumber Park gardening team.
Within the glasshouse lies the Conservatory and Palm House, which boast botanical charm. Come rain or shine, the flowers always bloom and The Glasshouse is the perfect place to say your vows and start your life as a married couple.
After your ceremony, we invite you to continue your celebrations in the rose garden. Exclusively yours, you can relax and enjoy a glass of fizz and canapés amongst the company of your guests.
A member of the Honeysuckle & Castle team will be available to you throughout the planning process, and will also join you on your special day to ensure it’s everything you dreamed of and more…
Did you know that Clumber Park is one of just a handful of Grade 1 registered parks in the country? It was once part of the infamous Sherwood Forest until it was enclosed as a hunting park for Queen Anne in the 1700’s.
Within the grounds, you’ll find a chapel, a lake, a stunning Ornamental Bridge, and of course, lots of stunning woodland; there are plenty of opportunities to capture some show-shopping wedding photos.
The Glasshouse itself is set amongst the Walled Kitchen Garden, which is expertly cared for by the National Trust’s gardening team at Clumber Park. Delicious fruits and vegetables have been planted to provide a glimpse into what the Glasshouse would have looked like in its prime; all of this makes for the perfect setting to begin your married life together…