The medieval Grade I listed Ayscoughfee Hall in Spalding is the perfect venue for your big day.
Set in five acres of formal gardens, Ayscoughfee Hall, built in 1451, is a museum featuring exhibitions and educational displays.
But when the museum is closed to the public there is a suite of ground floor rooms licensed for civil wedding ceremonies for up to 40 guests.
The gardens gracefully complement the historic hall.
A Yew Tree Walk dating to the 1720s, a beautiful lake headed by the Sir Edwin Lutyens designed War Memorial and a secluded ice house all add up to provide a delightful backdrop for those all important wedding photographs.
Although the hall does not host receptions, there is the opportunity to serve drinks from the Garden Room and you can truly make the event as individual as you are, as it means you can provide your own food and are welcome to bring in your own cake, music and floral displays.
Only one wedding is booked for the venue each day, so you can really take your time and enjoy the surroundings of Ayscoughfee with family and friends.
For more information about holding your wedding at Ayscoughfee Hall, call 01775 764555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org