Wasing Park

Type:Conferences & Weddings Conferences Category

Reading

The Estate Office, Aldermaston, Reading, Berkshire, RG7 4NG

Tel: +44 0118 971 4140

Wasing Park

About

With 4,000 acres of land and more than 250 years of history, the family-owned Wasing Estate is the ultimate exclusive use venue. During the pandemic Wasing has been without weddings and has decided to offer weekend breaks for the autumn and winter months.  Wasing Park sits at the heart of the estate. It is ideal for a romantic barn wedding and boasts 26 stunning rooms for guests including the famous Honeymoon Suite named in the top 10 amazing bridal suites from around the world by hitched.co.uk. 

The joy of getting married at Wasing Park is that everything is in one place at this superb barn wedding venue.

We have a Parish Church, the Church of St. Nicholas, where you may be able to arrange a religious ceremony.

The Ceremony Barn, where civil and partnership ceremonies are conducted, is set within a pretty walled garden. The barn is enclosed by sliding glass doors which can be left open during the ceremony, almost like an outdoor wedding.

The wedding reception is held within the Grade II, listed Castle Barn which has the dramatic appearance of a castle with the informality and flexibility of a stylish restored barn.

Luxury overnight accommodation is available in The Stables Lodge for your wedding guests and includes the superb Honeymoon Suite which is simply stunning and the 10 additional en-suite, ultra-chic bedrooms have fabulous parkland or garden views. A truly peaceful end to a memorable day.

Facilities

Catering

  • Restaurant - Wasing’s brigade of chefs are highly trained and experienced in creating delicious fine food – look out for the ‘estate to plate’ specials available alongside the al a carte menu. Guests also have the choice of a Tasting Menu (served alongside optional pairing wines) on the Saturday at 7.30pm. And if you have room between the hearty breakfast and dinner, why not try your hand at cooking your own woodfired pizza or firepit-flamed venison burger under the guidance of Executive Chef, Stuart Tyler, at Wasing’s unique Woodlands venue at lunchtime. There might even be a little foraging too. Plus, complimentary tea and homemade cake will be served at 4pm. 

Establishment Features

  • Garden / Grounds for visitors use - As well as endless wonderous walks across the estate, wellness is high on the agenda at Wasing and the estate is the perfect location to really unwind both your mind and body. There is a yoga studio onsite and the estate’s own wellness coach also offers Forest Bathing and other mindful activities. Anglers can bring their equipment and enjoy fishing on one of Wasing’s stunning woodland lakes. The adventurous can have a go at canoeing on the beautiful nearby River Thames. Situated in Aldermaston, Berkshire, Wasing is less than one hour from London and has outstanding facilities for unique corporate events, conferences, meetings and retreats. With its historic buildings stunning lakes and walled garden, Wasing is the perfect place for an exclusive event.

Provider Preferences

  • Countryside Setting

TripAdvisor

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Less than an hour from London, Winchester and Oxford, the Wasing Park Boutique Hotel is the perfect countryside retreat. 

 

Awards

  • Regional and Miscellaneous -Tourism South East Member 2020 Tourism South East Member 2020 2020

Opening Times

2020 (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)

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