Brinsop Court
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Brinsop Court

Brinsop Court is very special – it’s a picturesque moated manor house, tucked in the rolling folds of Herefordshire.

  • Sleeps 33
  • Beds 18
  • Baths 11

If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £43 and £241.

Escape to leafy Brinsop Court Estate; a secret gem nestled in the heart of Herefordshire, for a one-in-a-million wedding that stands out from the rest.

  • Indoors 180
  • Capacity 250

Additional fees may be applied for events; please enquire for details.

Herefordshire

Brinsop Court Estate, Brinsop, Hereford HR4 7AX

  • Weekends

    £5,000 - £23,850

  • Full Weeks

    £10,000 - £47,650

Brinsop Court is very special – it’s a picturesque moated manor house, tucked in the rolling folds of Herefordshire. The house is (as you might expect) built around a courtyard, and protected by a moat that encircles the whole of the main house.

The house works brilliantly for private parties, weddings, business meetings and corporate events.

There are eighteen bedrooms, and eleven bathrooms (sleeping up to thirty-three guests). Four of the bedrooms – all doubles – are on the ground floor, suitable for guests who would rather not use stairs.

The house has a Queen Anne dining room, which seats 26 for a formal dinner, and a large drawing room (the Oak Parlour), with a log fire. There is also a large Games Room, where you can play table-tennis, snooker watch television, dance the night away and make full use of the built-in bar facilities.

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House Facts

Dating back to the early 1300s, the manor house has many a story to tell. Its rooms and halls are filled with period features and ornate ceilings, all resting upon medieval foundations. Over the years, Brinsop has homed many noble families and celebrities. William Wordsworth, known for launching the Romantic Age in English literature; Madeleine Carroll, the highest-earning 1940s English actress of her time; and Stephen Hawking, the theoretical physicist, have all enjoyed this magnificent estate.

Reviews

We had our wedding at Brinsop Court at the end of May this year and we can't recommend it enough to anyone considering it as their wedding venue! All the team were so so helpful in the lead up to the wedding and on the weekend we were there, and as a venue it is ...

Fabulous setting, beautiful venue and wonderful staff... they clearly love this place and go way above and beyond to make it an incredible place to be... thank you x

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