Lemore Manor is a very romantic house; light-filled and gracious. There are 15 bedrooms within the main house (12 of which are en-suite – there are a further 2 bathrooms), then the sweetest Lemore Lodges. Each is en-suite, and with a wood-burning stove, and they add an extra 4 beds, providing room for up to 38 guests to stay at Lemore.
The house has been designed to make the perfect party house, and is especially suited to smart country weddings and corporate do’s.
Within the house itself, there is a drawing room, dining room, study, as well as the serene Garden Room and the country kitchen. There is also a lift to access the first and second floors.
There’s a games room (with pool table and bar) in the cellar, and a magnificent orangery, which seats up to 150 guests for a banquet or wedding breakfast. There is also a ‘movie room’ that has a ceiling embedded with sparking lights; perfect for children and adults alike.
Connected to the main house is the Coach House, which has been designed as a great open and flexible space, perfect for a wedding ceremony, or lecture (like the Orangery, it seats up to 150).
The gardens at Lemore are very gorgeous, lots of sweeping lawn and topiary.
Thoughtfully-placed benches abound, with views of the Herefordshire countryside. Within a spinney, there’s a delightful little cabin called ‘The Hen House’, where brides can get ready for their day in peace. It has a hot tub and a zillion mirrors, to avoid any warring bridesmaids.
The white-painted band-stand is licensed for a wedding ceremony, just off the main terrace.
Edmund’s Choice of Extraordinary Feature
“The most striking thing about Lemore Manor is its attention to detail – the need of every guest has been carefully considered and provided for. This is evident in all aspects of the house, from the beautifully-appointed bedrooms, to the food provided by the on-site chefs.”
About The Location
Lemore Manor is in the village of Eardisley, in Herefordshire. It’s close to the Welsh border, and between the towns of Hay-on-Wye and Leominster. The house is about three hours’ drive from London, and the nearest airports are Birmingham, Cardiff and Bristol. The nearest train stations are Hereford and Leominster. Do contact the house if you’d like help with the transport side of things.
Things To Do
If you can tear yourself away from the loveliness of the house, the estate comprises of 11 acres, offering lots of on-site activities, both formal and informal, from Sports’ Day races on the lawns, to archery, golf and clay-pigeon shooting.
For corporate guests, there are more idiosyncratic activities, such as duck-herding (quite!), and 4×4 driving whilst blind-folded. The house has a great team at the helm, and will work with you to design the best corporate stay you can imagine.
Lemore Manor couldn’t be a more perfect wedding venue. It holds a license for three different locations for the ceremony, then gives lots of options for the subsequent party. An indoor wedding could include 150 guests, an outdoor one, up to 200.
For more details, please do visit Lemore’s website.