Make your way down the majestic tree-lined drive and you’ll find yourself at the doors of an elegant country house that can be yours, and yours alone, for the whole weekend. Invite your friends and family to Pynes House to celebrate your wedding and make the occasion everything you want it to be.
We really look forward to welcoming you to Pynes House and hope you have a fabulous stay with us.
Whether you’re visiting for the day as a wedding guest, wanting to know how to find us or want to know what to expect when staying overnight, we’ve put together a list of helpful FAQs. Of course, if there’s anything else you need, please contact us.
A grand stately mansion with all the comforts of home can be yours exclusively.
Pynes House is available all year round for filming and photography.
Pynes House provides the perfect backdrop for your country house event.
Pynes House is owned by two families and we have been the custodians since 2011. Over the years, we have painstakingly restored, refurbished and loved the house back to its former glory. The building continues to evolve today and you can keep up to date with the latest goings on by visiting our blog.
We hope to share this little piece of history with you and would be delighted to welcome you to Pynes House.
Can’t find what you’re looking for?
How many people can the house accommodate?
- Up to 95 guests for dining in the Ballroom
- Up to 95 guests for a ceremony in the Drawing Room
- Up to 130 guests for a ceremony in the Ballroom
- Up to 130 guests for a reception in the house
If you wish to have more than 95 guests for dinner or wish to have another space for the reception, there is space for a marquee on the lawns.
How many guests can stay overnight?
- We have 12 double bedrooms with an option to include up to 4 roll-away beds.
Can we stay the night before the wedding to make a weekend?
If we did not take all the bedrooms, would anyone else be staying?
Will there be anyone from Pynes House to help on the wedding day?
Can I use my own choice of suppliers?
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