Maunsel House has a reputation of being relaxed, flexible and friendly with weddings ranging from the tastefully traditional to the daringly different, from the formal dining experience to the luxurious laid-back affair. Licensed to share your day with up to 170 family and friends Maunsel House and its professional wedding & events team will ensure your dreams come true. With exclusive use of the manor house and gardens including four sensational ceremony spaces embracing both indoor and outdoor settings the choice is endless for creating the perfect wedding day.
Situated within the manor house is the Regency ballroom. A lavish and opulent ceremony room decorated with magnificent family portraits, delicate chandeliers, gilded mirrors and elegant candelabras. The regency ballroom allows 102 family and friends to share the joyous moment of exchanging vows. There is an option to extend the ballroom capacity by adding a marquee extension allowing up to 140 guests.
Cushioned under a natural canopy of antient trees and dappled shade is the picturesque bandstand. An ideal space for those considering a garden themed wedding. Surrounded by natural parkland including a host of animals such as Shetland ponies, ducks and peacocks that freely roam the grounds. This wonderful relaxed setting is ideal for those wishing to plan an unconventional wedding in an informal manner.
Positioned within the Victorian walled garden and cushioned alongside a traditional apple orchard is the pergola, a picturesque hidden gem perfect for weddings and celebrations. Nestled amongst an idyllic beautiful English country garden full of fragrant English roses, scented jasmine, and honeysuckle, the pergola offers those wishing for an ultra-laid back affair the perfect outdoor ceremony space for up to 170 loved ones.
the Church Service
If you fancy a church service, Maunsel House is located only a short walk from St Michael’s Church, which is one of the smallest churches in England and a beautiful Somerset wedding venue. An enchanting candlelit Saxon Chapel, this charming church seats up to 50 guests. The famous author Geoffrey Chaucer based his character ‘The Wife of Bath’ on a local lady who was married there 5 times.