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Halswell House, Goathurst

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Weddings at Halswell House, Goathurst

Weddings at Halswell House, Goathurst

Halswell House is situated in the small parish of Goathurst, some 3 miles south-west of Bridgwater on the northern edge of the Quantocks. The house lies south–west of the village on rising ground and is approached by a long drive through a former ornamental park, now largely under cultivation. It is of courtyard plan and the principal William & Mary range, dating 1689, faces north with distant views of the Bristol Channel. The rear ranges of the house are a palimpsest of older fabric, some dated to the medieval period; the whole being listed Grade I. To the south lies an extensive stable court and related buildings. The history of the parkland and its ornamental buildings, which are survivals of a notable 18th century romantic landscape, are listed Grade II* on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.
With our enviable reputation as a wedding venue and dedicated team of wedding co-ordinators, we will guide you through every aspect of planning your special day.

A wedding at Halswell House is a unique experience with either a Civil Marriage or Civil Partnership Ceremony available to you. St Edward´s Church in the village of Goathurst may be a suitable location for a religious wedding ceremony or you may have alternative plans you wish to discuss. For more information on this aspect of your big day call us!

Halswell House

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  1. hilary says:

    When we first saw the venue, we fell in love with it, and because they had our date available, we went ahead and booked there and then. I must say, the staff were extremely helpful with all the plans, and everything went smoothly on the day – until 10pm when my new husband tripped on one step going UPSTAIRS and fractured his ankle. He spent his wedding night in A&E and I spent it in the bridal suite – alone. The next morning I had to face all my guests alone. I didnt see a senior member of staff again – no one asked how my husband was, and 33 months later, no one has replied to the letter we sent them. I would say it is a perfect venue as long as you are certain there will be no problems. Many of our guests had only cold showers in the morning, and the breakfast no where near as good as the reception meal we had. All in all, a lovely setting, but I would say it lacks a layer of management to take care of unforeseen problems.

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