Warmwell House
Warmwell House
Warmwell House
Warmwell House
Warmwell House
Warmwell House
Warmwell House
Warmwell House
Warmwell House
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Warmwell House

A Jacobean manor with the most beautiful of faces, deep in the Dorset countryside

  • Sleeps 16
  • Beds 8
  • Baths 7

If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £54 and £104.

The ideal place for an intimate country wedding either in the 13th century church or at the house itself where a number of licenced rooms or the charming brick pool house provide couples with plenty of choice. Exclusive use of the main part of the house and gardens give couples a blank canvas from which to create their perfect wedding.

  • Indoors 60
  • Capacity 120

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

Dorset

Warmwell House, Warmwell, Dorchester DT2 8HQ

  • Weekends

    £4,000 - £5,000

  • Full Weeks

    £6,000 - £10,000

Warmwell House is a Jacobean Manor (built between 1618-1620), deep in the heart of Thomas Hardy country, in Dorset. It’s great for special parties of family and friends, or for elegant country weddings.  

The house sleeps sixteen guests in eight generous bedrooms (with plenty of space for the odd child to be in with their parents). There are also two luxury shepherds huts available, which allows your party to be up to twenty adults.

The owners, Sam and Serena, stay in the estate cottage and are close at hand if there are any questions during your stay – Sam is also very happy to talk about the history of the house if that’s of interest!

Main House

Six of the bedrooms in the main house have king size beds, and two can be separated into twins.

Amenities

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House Facts

A scholar of oriental languages, John Sadler, lived at Warmwell House in the days of Cromwell and Charles II. He saw a vision and made an uncannily accurate prophecy in 1661 in which he described the Great Plague, the Great Fire of London (1666) and the Monmouth Rebellion (1685). A priest wrote down his statement and you can see a copy of it at Warmwell (the original is in the British Museum).

Reviews

Absolutely stunning experience @ the Warmwell House

Well, what a venue for a wedding. Sam and Serena were perfect hosts for my daughters wedding in Feb 22. They went way above and way beyond to ensure the day went well. What lovely people. And boy did it go well. Perfection personified. If you want a wedding, book any old wedding venue, it’ll be ...

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