Our elegant buildings and enchanting grounds, totally secluded and set deep in the countryside, provide the perfect backdrop for Weddings large and small. The setting is exclusive, the style is yours, and we are totally flexible. The choice of programme, food, drinks, decorations and entertainment rests with you. Our food is outstanding, widely acclaimed and largely organic and home grown. Uniquely, booked couples are treated to an impressive complimentary food and wine tasting evening. The Tudor Barn seats 146 guests for a formal Wedding Breakfast and holds 200 for an evening reception.
Few other places offer such a mix of enchanting spaces to use on the day. Get married outdoors in the Summerhouse (146), or indoors, in the Drawing Room (up to 35), the Old Dairy (100) or the splendid Tudor Barn (146). The house leads onto the lawns, the Sunset Terrace flanks the Old Dairy and the Barnyard sits at the heart of the property beside the Tudor Barn. Rain or shine, there is a perfect array of lovely spaces to use and enjoy.
24 guests can sleep in comfort, the more adventurous can camp or stay in one of our restored Gypsy Caravans whilst the bride and groom are treated to our luxury Bridal Suite.
Whether you’re local to the area or not, our unique charm is something that you’ll struggle to find elsewhere. However, if you live close by or in a neighbouring county, our location is just a bonus. South Farm is the ideal setting for outdoor weddings in Bedfordshire.
You can find further information on our ceremony spaces here: South Farm Ceremonies
South Farm has many suppliers to try and make the planning process easier! You can find them here: South Farm Suppliers, as well as our House DJ – DJ Gary who offers packages for our couples’ evening reception!
South Farm is licensed for Wedding ceremonies and Civil Partnerships by Cambridgeshire County Council. Ceremonies must be booked with the Registrars as well as South Farm. For details click here.
Blessings and other faith ceremonies may be held at South Farm subject to regulations and the Rabbi’s or Celebrant’s approval. For more info please see our Ceremony Guide.