Dewsall Court, the idyllic exclusive use countryside wedding venue, located within over 1000 acres lush Hereforshire land, has announced the completion of a half a million pound transformation of their Wainhouse Barn. The development has created a stunning new space to host completely bespoke weddings and for a limited time only (for bookings of over 60 guests) couples celebrating their marriage at exclusive use private house Dewsall Court in Herefordshire, will receive a £1,000 wedding gift towards venue hire to mark the launch of the new transformation!

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Once a beloved family home, Dewsall is a 10 bedroom, Grade-II listed property which allows couples to share the experience with those closest to them, by exclusively taking over the grounds for the entire weekend. Guests can opt for full privacy, whilst knowing that the team at Dewsall are on call 24/7 to ensure that your wedding runs seamlessly.

There is a private church within the enchanting gardens, and a beautiful hidden lake for couples to take a moment to themselves. The picturesque Black Mountain range in the distance provides the perfect backdrop to capture unforgettable wedding photos. To ensure that couples can experience the magic of this picturesque countryside venue all year round, glass walls have been installed to the previously open-sided barn, which can concertina to completely open up the space to the delightful gardens.

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An additional space has been added to the barn, which is complete with a living roof, decorated with beautiful wildflowers. This contains an elegant new bar for guests and a state-of-the-art kitchen in order to bring all catering in house. Couples can expect delicious bespoke menus created by the new head chef, using high quality local ingredients.

Beautiful finishing touches have been added to the Wainhouse Barn, such as intricate madalas on the new flooring and stunning iron work provided by a local blacksmith. These new features have been designed to complement the original historic features of the barn; such as the authentic stone wall, wrought iron candle chandeliers hanging from the ceiling and the unique slivered oak tree trunks supporting the front of the building. This seamless blend between the old and new ensures that Dewsall retains its rustic and authentic appeal that stuns couples time after time.

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The Wainhouse Barn can now accommodate 200 guests in theatre style and 175 for a dinner, meaning that the investment has increased capacity by a third.

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