Museum of East Anglian Life
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Abbot’s Hall Weddings is a new wedding venue for Suffolk. The picturesque location hosts a luxury marquee looking out onto Abbot’s Hall, on the grounds of the Museum of East Anglian Life.
Surrounded by woodlands, lawns, a walled garden and a beautiful orangery, Abbot’s Hall, a grand Queen Anne house, creates picture perfect opportunities to capture memories that last a lifetime.
Your wedding day is one of the most important days you’ll experience and at Abbot’s Hall Weddings, we want to ensure the day exceeds all your hopes and dreams. Between your ceremony and the wedding breakfast, drinks can be enjoyed in the stunning orangery, relaxing on the lawn or wandering through the idyllic setting of the walled garden. The splendid, heated marquee can seat 120 guests in opulence for the formal wedding breakfast.
Your day should be uniquely yours and we’ll work with you to create a wedding reception you’ll both remember for the rest of your lives. When Abbot’s Hall hosts your wedding, you will have access to the magnificent lawn, state of the art marquee, charming walled garden and the orangery.
You have the option to extend your celebrations to the thirteenth century Abbot’s Hall Barn. It retains its rustic charm and is the ideal venue for an evening ceilidh or other evening receptions.
With numerous opportunities for breath-taking photography from the moment you arrive. Your wedding car can pull up to the front of the Hall before you move on to your private and secluded wedding reception.
Abbot’s Hall is located in the grounds of the Museum of East Anglian Life. The Museum is signposted from the main A14 trunk road and the B1115 to Great Finborough.
Stowmarket train station is just a ten minute walk away, making it as simple as possible for your guests to travel to and from your wedding reception.
To discuss your plans or arrange a visit, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01449 612229
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