For over 300 years, Goodwood House has played host to many spectacular celebrations and weddings.
Goodwood House is unlike any other wedding venue; from its meticulously restored State Apartments hung with priceless works of art to the care and attention of its butlers, Goodwood House is the epitome of British style.
Mature wooded parkland planted with ancient Cedar trees combined with breath-taking views over the 12,000 acre Estate make Goodwood the perfect location for an outdoor wedding.
The beauty of hosting your dream day at Goodwood is the flexibility afforded by the eclectic array of charming venues meaning you do not have to be confined to one venue within the Estate. Their outdoor wedding venues are available from April – October and provide a wonderfully romantic setting.
If you have always dreamt of a pretty outdoor wedding surrounded by stunning parkland, the Cricket Pavilion, which is situated amongst the cedar trees and has Goodwood House as its backdrop may provide the perfect setting for your ceremony.
The Cedar Lawn…
Situated on the pretty Cedar Lawn, lined by the historic walls of the Estate, their new canopy offers a lovely al fresco setting for your day during the warmer months.
This secluded, flexible space is perfect for all manner of themes or dining options from a simple champagne reception or an informal barbecue to a fabulously British garden party.
The Cricket Pavillion…
Imagine exchanging your vows on the porch of a rustic thatched pavilion amidst picturesque parkland with the magnificent Goodwood House as your backdrop.
Newly licensed for ceremonies, the Cricket Pavilion is an historic landmark on the parkland’s landscape and makes for a picture-perfect location, offering some of the best views on the Estate.
It is the winter months that transform Goodwood into a truly magical wedding venue, bringing with it the warmth of roaring log fires and flickering candlelit dinners.
Whilst a blanket of glittering frost covers the Estate, Goodwood House remains a cosy yet impressive backdrop for a winter wedding with its jewel-coloured interiors providing enough flexible space to ensure that your guests remain warm and content from the moment they arrive until after the evening’s reception.