The Tapestry Suite

Boughton House has expanded its events repertoire with the addition of a luxury function facility – The Tapestry Suite.

The elegant new space, situated in the 18th century stable block seats up to 100 guests in the function room and also includes a separate bar, in-house catering facilities and a daytime bridal suite.

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Couples can follow in the footsteps of Marius and Cosette from the Oscar-winning film Les Miserables, and tie the knot in Boughton’s Great Hall under Louis Cheron’s 300-year-old ‘Marriage of Hercules and Hebe’ ceiling. And, unlike many other stately homes, Boughton is also licenced to conduct outdoor ceremonies in its stunning colonnade (seating up to 150 guests).

Boughton house weddings ceremony rooms

The Bridal Party will have access to the House for photos, which boasts stunning paintings, tapestries and objets d’art, including the work of Gainborough and Van Dyck, which has become a haven for couples seeking a fairy-tale period wedding. In addition, Boughton’s sweeping lawns, private gardens and striking architecture make exquisite photo opportunities.

Boughton house weddings photography

Additional Event Spaces
Larger parties can continue to make use of the 16th century House’s Great Court, which provides the perfect setting for marquee-based events for up to 600 guests.

Only an hour away from London in the Northamptonshire area, Boughton House is situated off the A43, allowing easy access for you and your guests.

By hosting your event at Boughton you’re becoming part of Buccleuch history and we look forward to sharing our centuries-old heritage and culture with you.

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