Estate Office, Holdenby House Northampton, Northamptonshire,
From Elizabethan England’s greatest mansion to Royal Palace and prison, Holdenby has a unique place in English history & is available for your Wedding or Event.
Holdenby House is the surviving wing of the Elizabethan Palace built in 1583 by Sir Christopher Hatton, Lord Chancellor to Queen Elizabeth I. It subsequently became the palace of James I and the prison on Charles I following his defeat in the Civil War.
Holdenby is now a much loved family home, and is opened up for just a handful of weddings each year, making this a really exclusive venue for your big day.
The house and Grade I listed gardens are made available on the basis of your exclusive use and the house is licensed for civil ceremonies. There is a suite of elegant rooms stretching the whole south side of the house overlooking the stunning gardens which in turn look onto views of rolling countryside with not a building in sight.
Take a look at our and get in contact with our Wedding Manager, Gilly Wrathall who will be delighted to show you around the house and gardens and discuss the finer details of your big day.