Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence recently married in a US mansion that emulated the glamour of Versailles. But our couples don’t need to fake historic atmosphere – Coltsford Mill is alive with centuries’ worth of charm.
Modelled on the Palace of Versailles, the glamorous Belcourt estate in Rhode Island no doubt made a spectacular setting for Jennifer’s marriage to gallery owner Cooke Maroney. But if you’re looking for a wedding venue that oozes character and historical significance, look no further than Coltsford Mill.
Our delightful Mill Room, which can accommodate intimate ceremonies for up to 95 guests, was mentioned in the Domesday Book as ‘Ye Olde Working Mill at Uxted’. Today, you can still see the original workings of the mill, encased behind glass and beautifully lit.
Despite being located just 15 miles outside London, Coltsford Mill enjoys a stunning countryside setting in an historic part of the country. If your wedding guests are visiting Surrey for the weekend, there is plenty for them to explore in the surrounding area.
Romance is really in the air, as our venue is just 20 minutes from Hever Castle, which King Henry VIII would frequently visit in order to court Anne Boleyn.
In addition, Coltsford Mill sits on the famous Prime Meridian line, which represents the Longitude Zero – against which every place on Earth is measured in terms of its east or west angle.
Here’s some more good news if you’re looking for a charming wedding venue that won’t break the bank. You don’t need a movie star’s salary to marry at Coltsford Mill, thanks to our incredible offer. If you book your wedding for an available date up to the end of May 2020, you’ll enjoy a fabulous 50% discount on the venue location fee.
So, what are you waiting for? Lights, camera – action!