Westonbirt House and Gardens

Westonbirt House, Westonbirt, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8QG

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Located in the heart of the Cotswolds, Westonbirt House is considered to be one of England’s most extravagant houses from the Victorian era.

A Grade I listed house that was once the family home to the Holfords. Sitting within 250 acres of ornamental woodlands and an Italian Garden, it’s the perfect location for your unique wedding photographs.
Westonbirt House welcomes the opportunity to help you both find the wedding location that matches your expectations and provides the perfect setting for your family and friends to share on your special day.

It is our aim to take care of all your requests during the planning and lead up to your day, so that you and your guests can relax and enjoy. We only host one wedding per day, allowing you and your guests the exclusive use of all our function rooms, and access to our beautifully landscaped grounds.

We hope our weddings website will provide you with sufficient detail of our facilities and availability. 

Wedding Breakfasts may be enjoyed in the Dining Room or the Great Hall, and further suites are available for the provision of entertainment and dance. Civil Ceremonies can be held in the Library and Great Hall.

Ample free parking is provided and all areas of the House and its grounds are accessible to wheelchair users.

We are confident that the ambience of Westonbirt will make your Wedding Day very special. Our experienced events team look forward to welcoming you and your guests. Should you wish to confirm a booking or like to arrange a viewing, please contact one of our team.

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  • Exclusive Hire
  • Extensive private gardens and terraces
  • Flexible venue space with up to six rooms available
  • Personalised menus and drink packages available
  • Licensed for Civil Ceremonies
  • Asian weddings


Westonbirt House is located within the heart of the Cotswolds close to Tetbury and Highgrove within easy access of the M4 and M5 motorways.