Hexton Manor wedding venue in Herts.
Palatine String Quartet’s favourite wedding venue of 2015.
Simply gorgeous. We played here at a lovely wedding a few weeks ago, here are some pictures:
Palatine string quartet were asked to perform at this beautiful Hertfordshire wedding venue earlier this month. We played for the wedding ceremony and drinks reception, unfortunately it was a bit too cold to go outside but the interiors were just as beautiful as the grounds and I don’t think any of the wedding guests felt disappointed not being outside. Hexton Manor is a really elegant wedding venue in the Hertfordshire countryside and the drive to the venue was so pretty, I felt I could have been hundreds of miles away from London. Palatine string quartet performed a range of modern repertoire and classics alike, the acoustics of the main room lend itself very well to having a string quartet and being so close to the guests made it feel more personal. The present owners were there on the day which made it very inviting, they made everyone feel very relaxed and welcome in their home and it was such a pleasure to play in such beautiful surroundings. To hire a wedding string quartet, please visit us at http://palatinestringquartet.co.uk/. Palatine cover all areas in Hertfordshire as well other counties in London.
Based in the stunning grounds of Hexton Manor Country Estate on the Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire borders, The Walled Garden Marquee Wedding Venue is the perfect place to stage your special day.Hexton Manor is licensed for civil ceremonies in the grand hall within the manor house as well as now being licenced for outdoor ceremonies on the beautiful veranda overlooking the lake (with swans on occasion!). Your reception is then catered for within The Walled Garden in the marquee venue.
Hexton Manor was built around 1750. The lake and parkland which surround it were laid out very soon after. The main features of this magnificent setting have remained largely unchanged since that time. The house itself was restored at the end of the Victorian period, and the impressive main hall and reception rooms have retained the feeling of that period. It has always been a family house, and the present owners have lived there for three generations.