With its fairy tale gabled roofs, landscaped gardens and charming 12thCentury church, Dorney Court is one of the UK’s most beautiful and complete country house wedding venues. Your entire wedding day can unfold on the estate, from the ceremony to late night partying in the perfectly renovated Coach House Barn. The gardens surrounding Dorney Court provide a lovely setting for drinks and photographs whether on lush green lawns or among the many flowerbeds and borders, while our picturesque courtyard, which adjoins the Coach House Barn, is a suntrap where guests can enjoy an almost Mediterranean feel as they celebrate.
Whether you are looking to hold an intimate ceremony in the Great Hall, a traditional ceremony in St. James the Less Church (located on the estate), a wedding breakfast in the Coach House Barn or a large party in a marquee on the lawns, every wedding at Dorney Court is created especially for each client’s individual requirements to guarantee a unique, perfect day.
A lovingly renovated self catering cottage next to the Coach House Barn offers the bride, groom or guests luxurious romantic accommodation for their wedding day. Gale Cottage is tucked away in the heart of Dorney Court Estate and just footsteps from the Church and the wedding reception.
A Stunning Country Wedding Venue with a Church
With the charming church of St. James the Less located next door to the House and the Coach House Barn, Dorney Court is an ideal wedding venue. Brides and grooms can immerse themselves in the magic of the estate and relax, with their ceremony, reception and late night partying are all within close proximity. St. James the Less is a delightful flint flecked church with Norman origins which retains many historic features such as the Tudor tower, medieval wall paintings and stained glass windows. The church favours candlelight, creating a magical, romantic atmosphere for your wedding.
Dorney Court lies to the west of London in a rural pocket of countryside flanked by the River Thames and, to the north, guarded from the M4 by farmland and the Jubilee River. The village of Dorney is the most southerly in Buckinghamshire with Dorney Common marking the county border. The picturesque towns of Maidenhead, Windsor and Eton are all within easy reach while Reading and High Wycombe are no more than a short drive away.
- 26 miles from Central London
- 15 miles from Heathrow Airport
- 50 miles from Gatwick
- 3 miles from M4 (J7 Slough West)
- 10 miles from M40 (J4 High Wycombe)
- 2 miles from mainline rail services
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