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A countryside escape in Cheshunt
Dating back to the 15th-century, the Theobalds Estate in Cheshunt, Hertfordshire has had several former lives: the favourite country seat of King James I, a Georgian family home, a temporary retreat for Christopher Wren’s Temple Bar archway and a WWII military riding school and most recently one of Hertfordshire’s most luxurious and sought after hotels.
A sweeping drive, historic red-bricked mansion house and beautiful Italian gardens set the tone for the perfect wedding day.
Meetings & Events
This country estate setting reveals 29 meeting spaces from a Georgian boardroom to a tree house – all just 10 miles from London.
Eating & Drinking
With Winston Churchill and King Edward VII just some of the previous guests, you’re in great company when you dine here.
The heart of the estate is the mansion house that was built in 1763. Grade II*-listed, the building marries towering turrets, elegant arched windows, and a warm red brick façade with 21st-century style to create a memorable setting for a range of meetings and events, as well as an ideal wedding venue in Hertfordshire. Surrounded by acres of fields, it is perfect for those looking to tie the knot with a country wedding theme.
Looking out across the landscaped Italian gardens and the Hertfordshire countryside beyond, it is easy to forget that the Theobalds Estate is only 10 miles north of central London, and just minutes away from J25 of the M25.
Located in Hertfordshire
Lieutenant Ellis Way, Cheshunt