THE VENUE

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Set amongst the rolling, green hills of Herefordshire’s countryside, Brinsop Court is a 14th Century manor house encircled by a moat, a traditionally built oak barn and two idyllic cottages, all nestled within 800 acres of farmland and wonderfully preserved nature. Medieval legends state that the hill on which Brinsop stands was once the home of a Dragon (he  was apparently slain by St George, but we have asked if he can help with cooking the food)! Since then. the Manor House has been temporary or permanent residence to William Wordsworth, Noel Coward, Madeleine Carroll, Dr Stephen Hawking and Philip Astley, the inventor of contemporary Circus!  

BRINSOP COURT MANOR HOUSE

HOW TO GET THERE

Brinsop Court, Hereford, 
HR4 7AX
01432509925

Parking is free. Nearest train station is HEREFORD, from which you can get a bus (with 15 minute walk) or 25 minute taxi to the venue. The nearest airports are BRISTOL and BIRMINGHAM
(approx 50 miles). 

ACCOMODATION

ON SITE

The Manor House has a limited amount of rooms in Tudor, Gothic and Contemporary styles for our wedding guests to stay in. You will have use of your room from when you arrive until the next morning. Each wing has a rustic kitchen for guest use and breakfast is included the day after the wedding.

If you would like a room on site, please contact Thea or Dean and if rooms are available, we will help you through the booking process.
Rooms start from £80 per person.  

OFF-SITE

For those staying off-site for the night before or night of the wedding, the surrounding areas of Brinsop, Hereford and Weobley have a number of accommodation options which can be found HERE.