A National trust wedding venue sitting on London’s doorstep.
Your wedding day is a day that is on one of the highest tiers as being one of the most memorable moments you’ll have in your life to cherish. A special day like that should go as perfect as possible.
A relatively new wedding venue. Eastbury manor is a 16th century Tudor merchants house. Built during the reign of Elizabeth the 1st, Eastbury house is a fine example of a Manorial Tudor house.
Hard to believe that Barking and Ilford are literally just a stone’s throw from Eastbury.
Harder to believe that a Tudor Manor house such as Eastbury Manor has survived well into the 21st century. Surrounded by modern urbanization. All set in its own unique grounds. Now open to the general public.
As wedding venues go. Eastbury is up there with the best of the wedding venues on offer. Leez priory a similar wedding venue or even Ingatestone hall both from the Tudor era and although on a much larger scale, Eastbury manor has the same original Tudor style at a fraction of the cost.
With a superb wedding team offering a bespoke and personal service to all potential wedding couples which include a pre-wedding planning service, Catering, and guided tours for all your wedding guests. what else can you ask for at the fraction of the price of a major wedding venue?
Beautiful walled garden, herb garden, and a private inner courtyard and best of all the original Tudor spiral staircase. Historic Original rooms such as the east chamber and the old hall really do give you the feeling of a Tudor feel. For the wedding of Derry and Clare a lovely summer’s day for a stunning summer wedding.
From a wedding photographer’s point of view, Eastbury manor is just simply stunning. Loads of natural light streaming in through the original Tudor window glass giving a beautiful diffused feel to those lovely romantic images on the original spiral staircase. The walled courtyard garden for those intimate shots or the gardens in front of the house.
Eastbury manor really is a hidden wedding venue secret. the venue has all the same period features of a grand Tudor manor hall. The rooms are lovely with the original inglenook fireplaces. murals and a lovely spiral staircase.
From a photographers point of view, Eastbury is great. lots of photos opportunities inside and out, rain no problem. Plenty of room inside for even the larger group shots
The downside to such a lovely venue, parking is awful. No were to park really except on the public road. Have a lot of guests, get a bus.