Somerset Wedding Venue: Dillington Hall
Dillington House dates back to 16th century but there has been a house here since the Norman Conquest. In the 18th century it became the home of Prime Minister Lord North. The house was extensively remodelled in the 19th Century and is now grade 2* listed. During the second world war it also formed part of the Taunton Stop Line and some of the defences can still be seen nearby.
And the development didn’t stop there. The house has been used as an education and business centre since the 1950s and in 2009 The Hyde was added, a piece of contemporary architecture that provides additional studio and accommodation space. In 1995 the property was licensed for weddings. And that’s just the house! The gardens and parkland are extensive and well kept, providing a beautiful and timeless backdrop for a wonderful wedding day.
Dillington boasts a team of wedding professionals who are ready to help put you big day together. The house offers a number of indoor and outdoor options with space for 150 ceremony guests and 200 guests for the reception. In-house chefs are on-hand to discuss your requirements for the day and there is extensive and highly rated overnight accommodation available for when the party finally ends.
There’s a lot to be said for holding your wedding in one location and Dillington is a high quality and complete choice if you want space, grandeur, quality and options. Check out Dillington’s website for more information.