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Basildon Park

Lower Basildon
Telephone: 0118 984 3040
Supplier Category: Wedding Venues
Location: Berkshire

About Basildon Park

This striking 18th-century Palladian mansion set in extensive parkland, creates an imposing yet intimate venue for special occasions.

Basildon Park was built between 1776 and 1783 and was the home of Sir Francis Sykes, a man who had made his fortune in India. Today Basildon illustrates the high life of the 18th century and was used as a location in the 2005 feature film adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic ‘Pride and Prejudice’.

The suite of perfectly restored rooms which were intended for the great entertainments of country house life provides a unique historical setting for your special day. Basildon Park is the perfect location for your ceremony, followed by drinks on the lawns and a marquee reception.

The parkland and gardens provide unique photograph opportunities along with a team of experienced event organisers and designers to make your day run as smooth as possible.

The Grand Hall

This beautiful room with its views out onto the portico and over the estate is licensed for ceremonies. The elegant plasterwork just adds to its splendour.

  • Suitable for: ceremonies
  • Capacity: 70
  • Price: TBC

The Garden Room

Ovrelooking the lawn and valley, this wooden floored and pillared room, can host ceremonies with a sense of graciousness.

  • Suitable for: ceremonies
  • Capacity: 60
  • Price: TBC

Marquee Receptions

The front or croquet lawns are available to hire for marquee receptions and dancing.

  • Suitable for: marquees and receptions
  • Capacity: 500 on front lawn, 250 on croquet lawn
  • Price: from £3,000

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