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Hampshires best kept secret...

So I stumbled on this beautiful place a few years back whilst out walking with my family and now I'm excited to find out its open for business as a stunning new exclusive use wedding venue.

The view of the 18th century Manor house from the tree lined avenue

Minley Manor has long been Hampshire's best kept secret, hidden within 38 hectares of grounds, and surrounded by acres of breathtaking English countryside. Built in the 1860s in French chateaux style, it was used by the MOD in 1930's for many years and has since been sold and is now in private ownership.

The imposing facade and magnificent roofline

The Manor house has been featured in many films, recently in Agatha Christies Crooked House and boasts a 480ft Wellingtonia tree avenue. To the side of the main house is the Orangery, with its barrel vaulted ceiling and intricately bricked walls, the surrounding grounds boasts a sunken garden and views second to none. This is the main event space for available for dry hire and really is a blank canvas for any style of wedding or celebration.

View of the Orangery and cloisters from the sunken garden

The incredible barrel vaulted ceiling inside the Orangery

There is ample space for a marquee and the benefit of an area for helicopter landings. Ideally located 30 min from London Heathrow, and close to Farnborough airport, it's just 2 miles from Junction 4a on the M3.

The lawns and sunken garden at Minley Manor

Available for dry hire exclusive use its definitely worth a look as one of Hampshire’s most picturesque and unusual event spaces. Get in touch to find out more.

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