A grand Elizabethan country house in Hampshire with uninterrupted and spectacular parkland views, where Jane Austen came to dine, to dance, to be inspired…
Licensed for civil ceremonies, Chawton House Library is an intimate, special venue for your wedding day.
A romantic country house – once owned by Jane Austen’s brother, Edward, and referred to as the ‘Great House’ in her letters – just an hour away from London.
As you sweep up the imposing drive, Chawton House Library welcomes you into an era of elegance, grace and wit.
Follow in Jane Austen’s footsteps by dining in the Oak Room, dancing in the Great Hall or strolling across the South Lawn to a classic marquee with your own Mr Darcy or Miss Bennet.
This fine house, with its panelled rooms, splendid staircase and beautiful grounds, is reserved for your exclusive use throughout the most wonderful day of your life.
“Thank you so much for all your help with our wedding on 2nd August 2014. The venue was stunning, it will be in our memories forever.” Victoria and Arran Platnauer
‘We are so very grateful for all of your help, support and advice before the event and on the day itself. Knowing that you were on hand to help with the million and one things that had to happen during the day put us so much more at ease!’ Andrew and Felicity Petersen
Our Wedding Coordinator, Corrine Saint, would love to hear from you. Call her direct on 01420 595914 or email on Corrine.firstname.lastname@example.org
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