Set in 543 acres of idyllic Hertfordshire countryside, Brocket Hall has played host to a variety of special and important events. The elegant and romantic setting is the perfect location for your special day. The Brocket Hall Estate, designed by Richard Woods, with the meandering Broadwater Lake and charming Paine Bridge offers the perfect backdrop for your wedding photographs.
Few properties in England can claim to have been the home to two prime ministers, played host to George IV, Queen Victoria and the infamous Lady Caroline Lamb who introduced the Waltz to England in the Ballroom – which can seat up to 150 guests for your wedding breakfast.
The Ballroom is sumptuously decorated with fine paintings, including the stunning ceiling painted by Sir Francis Wheatley.
Your special day includes the traditional butler service that Brocket Hall residents have come to expect over the years, with our Head Butler and his team catering to your every need.
Brocket Hall has 30 beautifully decorated bedrooms, including eight feature suites, each individually furnished with original oil paintings and period furniture and each representing a slice of history.
Melbourne Lodge the former stable block provides additional accommodation, in classic English country house style with 16 spacious rooms with views across the estate.
The Estate has 46 en-suite bedrooms in total and can accommodate up to 88 guests.