We all have ideas of throwing a party that guests will fondly remember for years to come.
Britain is lucky to have an unrivalled collection of large holiday houses, country manors and traditional homes which do more than provide a stage set; they exist to be enjoyed. Landed Houses has gathered some of the finest examples of properties that can be enjoyed exclusively with your guests.
If your aim is to organise a house party that brings family and friends together in the historic rolling grounds of some of the UK's most prestigious locations then we have just what you are looking for. For example, Bruisyard Hall has 700 acres for you to occupy.
Whether it's a 30th birthday party, stag do, shooting party, wedding anniversary or any other excuse to celebrate, then imagine doing it in a 16th century Scottish castle, a rambling rectory in Devon or a Jacobean mansion in Surrey, the perfect party houses to rent.
Whatever your dreams or ideas there will be a property to suit you. If you require helicopter-landing facilities, additional security or privacy for A-listers we can help you find a manor house, stately home or castle to suit. Visit our search page and fill in location, theme or party numbers to find the ideal party house to rent.
Do you dream of a fairy-tale wedding venue, surrounded by historic buildings?
Does your imagination stretch to ornate archways, garden paths, castles and mansions as a stunning set for your special day?
If this is the case then Landed Houses has a wide range of properties that will fulfill your every desire when planning a stunning wedding occasion for you and your special guests.
You can book our houses for your exclusive-use. It is then just a matter of planning some stunning photo opportunities, organising your wedding reception in a baronial wood-panelled drawing room or siting an impressive marquee in the middle of the lawns belonging to a country estate.
Whatever is on your checklist, Landed Houses can cover every point. Our special houses are historic, unique and delighted to host your wedding. Many hold licences for civil ceremonies or have churches within the estate or nearby.
If you imagine a cloistered walkway or a Downton Abbey terrace, or want to fit your wedding into a long tradition stretching being hundreds of years, we can find you the property that makes this dream a reality!
We believe people should have an opportunity to enjoy some of the most splendid, historic and traditional houses the United Kingdom has to offer.
Many of us have looked at houses that appear in films such as Brideshead Revisited and Atonement and thought, 'What would it be like to live in a country manor or historic house?' Well, here is your opportunity!
As so many people love the idea of experiencing country living in a large manor house for themselves, the philosophy behind Landed Houses was born. Our aim has been to collect some of the finest examples of country houses to be rented as both catered and self-catering accommodation. The beauty of this approach is that all the scouting round has been completed by us. You only have to click search, and a house for a party, holiday, celebration, birthday or wedding will be there waiting for you to make those all-important choices.
Landed Houses understands your special occasions are just that and we hope you find the perfect property. Have a great party in a mansion, an amazing holiday in a large holiday house or stunning wedding with the country estate to yourselves!
Carmarthenshire Private House, Wales
Set in the western foothills of the Brecon Beacons, this is a secluded Grade II-listed Georgian mansion and coach house. We have agreed to keep the identity secret but messages go directly to the house owner.
Sleeps: Up to 62 (40+22) in 20+12 bedrooms with 16+12 bathrooms.
Price: Weekends from £4520 to £7439, full weeks from £6848 to £10313.
Features: Self Catering, Catering Available, Outdoor Pool, WiFi, Wedding Facilities, Countryside Walks, Working Fireplace, Pet Friendly
Despite its elegant Georgian facade, there has been a house at this site for over a thousand years. From the 16th century, until after World War II, the house was the seat of one of the oldest surviving families in Wales. Both lines of the family are of Celtic and royal origin, with connections from […]