If you visit the pretty village of Great Milton in Oxfordshire you’ll find Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons. If you’re not familiar with the name then you may be familiar with Raymond Blanc OBE, one of the worlds most respected chefs. Le Manoir is his baby, and his baby turned thirty this year. As with many of the other wedding venues on You & Me, when someone has put that much time and effort into a venue then you know it will be full of heart and soul. It’s also a one stop shop; you can marry here, celebrate here and stay here. If you so desire, and to have a truly intimate wedding, you can hire Le Manoir on a exclusive basis for upto a hundred guests. The beautiful twenty seven acres could be all yours for a day and the hotel yours for a night.
Going back to my post yesterday on No Compromise Le Manoir ticks the boxes. Much like Fetcham Park, Le Manoir offers a sense of grandeur and luxury for large and small weddings alike without any compromise on service. Did I look at it for my wedding? I certainly did!
The website offers a comprehensive wedding brochure on the services they offer for any party size, however I will endevour to share as much of this with you as possible. The fact that Le Manoir caters so well to small weddings makes my job difficult, which makes it the perfect venue for You & Me.
- Once you have exchanged vows in the informal setting of La Belle Époque Reception for a maximum of 50 guests the wedding breakfast can follow in:
- the La Belle Époque Dining Room for 15-50 guests.
- You can hire one of Le Manior’s suites to celebrate in for you and 4-12 guests depending on what suite you choose
- A table in the restaurant for you & upto 8 guests
- La Bourgogne dining room for 10-14 guests
- If you fancy getting married in the stunning gardens you have two options:
- Japanese Fugetsu-An tea house for you and 4 guests
- Garden Pergola where you can exchange vows surrounded by your guests
Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons is a house which loves to celebrate and resonates to the sounds of laughter and enjoyment. Raymond Blanc’s 15th century house is set in secluded private grounds in the heart of picturesque English countryside.
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