Your Wedding Celebration
Soulton is a fitting venue for your most important celebration. You have a choice of rooms in which to hold your ceremony. Where celebrations are for between 2 and 30 guests, we would generally suggest one of the following rooms:
- The Buttery -- this room is in the main hall
- Lydia Grace Room -- this is most often used as our dining and breakfast room. It has a lovely original floor, a very distinctive carved fireplace and particularly fine stone windows
- The Hall -- this room has a stone inglenook fireplace and sofas, with big stone windows. It is suitable for more intimate celebrations.
Where celebrations are for 30-120, or so, the following rooms in Soulton Court are most suitable:
- Tallet -- an upstairs room in Soulton Court, with exposed beams, old brickwork, an exepetional new oak staircase and oak floor -- the roundel window gives interesting opportunities for photographers.
- Long Room -- with stone flagged floors, timber ceiling and glazed doors leading directly onto a terrace overlooking Soulton Hall, this room combines excellent connections to the gardens, with the historic atmosphere of Soulton Court.
- Moot Hall -- An exceptional upstairs room in Soulton Court, with exposed rafters and original beams.
- Have your ceremony outside -- the Elizabethan walled garden is licenced for weddings. If you wish to have an outside ceremony, then this is the only instance in which you will need to hire chairs here at Soulton.
Soulton Court can accommodate up to circa 200 for a evening celebrations.
Some images of the above rooms can be found here.
It is important to note that whilst there is good disability access on the ground floor at Soulton Court, there are some things to keep in mind if you are using Soulton Hall, which the access statement identifies.