Norfolk Venue Featured In The Top 100 Most Stylish Wedding Venues List
The stunning Kimberley Hall has been featured in the latest edition of Brides Magazine, listing it in the top 100 most stylish wedding venues in the country – one of only two venues in Norfolk to make the list.
Built in 1712, Kimberley Hall is owned by the Buxton family and exclusively managed by Softley Events.
The property is a striking red brick Queen Anne house, surrounded by acres of glorious Norfolk countryside, including a picturesque lake and walled garden, impeccably laid out in 1762 by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown.
With its dramatic sweeping driveway and glorious grounds Kimberley Hall boasts two magnificent settings for the perfect country wedding. The beautiful Music Room, licensed for weddings for up to 120 guests, is traditional and stately, whilst the recently refurbished West Wing offers a more contemporary setting.
Brides Magazine said:
“For an alternative take on the ‘country house’ wedding, look no further than the contemporary west wing. With its lime-washed brick walls, oak flooring and funky lighting system, it offers the flexibility to make your day your own”.
Brides Magazine were also impressed with the six Indian teepees in the 18th century walled garden, which they said was perfect for guests to “bed down for the night”!
In fact, Kimberley Hall is the ideal venue not just for weddings, but any event from an intimate family celebration, to a car launch or corporate team building day and for larger parties which cannot be accommodated in the house or the West Wing, the garden can accommodate marquees of any size.