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Crockwell is situated in stunning rural surroundings in the South Northamptonshire countryside. There are extensive pretty gardens which provide the perfect backdrop for photographs and reception drinks.
With wildflowers, parkland and crop fields which all make for great photo opportunities. The venue comprise oak vaulted barn, glazed entrance, bar and a large internal marquee with panoramic views of the countryside. There's also a separate linked dancefloor with a starlit ceiling.
Guests can stay overnight, there's nine comfortable bedrooms including the honeymoon cottage with stunning copper bath. Beautiful stone farm buildings have been sympathetically converted and ceremonies can take place in the stone-vaulted hall for up to 86 guests, the large starlit marquee with views across the countryside for up to 200 guests or outside in the Orchard Pavilion for up to 200 loved ones.
After reception drinks in the gardens, the large marquee is the perfect entertaining space for your wedding breakfast. Seating up to 200 guests it can be decorated entirely to your tastes.
There are spectacular views and an adjoining large veranda for outside entertaining.
Crockwell Farm's most appealing offering is its three-day-use where couples have the venue from the afternoon before their wedding right through to midday the day after, allowing time to relax and enjoy the whole experience with family and friends staying over for two nights.
The honeymoon cottage is included in the hire price for two nights. When tying the knot here couples get a free taster evening for the bride and groom a year before the wedding where couples can try various dishes and house wines.
For more information visit: www.crockwellfarm.co.uk
Left image - Andy Doherty
Right image - Kathryn Edwards