Weddings

Make your Day........

Trafalgar Park is a privately owned 18th century bespoke wedding venue. Set amid parkland and formal gardens and just above the River Avon, a sweeping tree lined driveway, alongside a long grassy vista, leads you to the elegant mansion making it a stunning place for a civil wedding/partnership ceremony and reception. Situated only 8 miles from Salisbury, Trafalgar Park is one of the most desirable wedding venues in Wiltshire. 

This fabulous location is exclusively yours for your wedding.

The magnificent Baroque Hall can seat up to 120 guests for a civil ceremony. For the smaller, more initimate wedding, the Saloon is licensed for 50 guests and the Cipriani Room for 15 guests. 

The Saloon and formal gardens provide the perfect setting for a drinks reception with fantastic photographic opportunities. Follow this with your wedding reception meal, chosen from our list of carefully selected caterers, and enjoy your delicious wines without fear of corkage.  This will take place in our Red Dining Room that can seat 85 guests with the adjacent Blue Dining Room that can seat a further 50 guests.  For guests numbers between 85 and 150, new for 2014, we are offering a marquee situated in a delightful garden area which is reached from the Red Dining Room. 

Whether you are planning a summer or winter wedding from 15 through to 150 Trafalgar Park is guaranteed to provide you with the most memorable day of your life.

                      

Amy and Harry - Wedding

We just wanted to say a very big thank you for all your fantastic effort and hard work that went towards our wedding day. It all went so well and we really cannot thank you enough for making it so special for us. From the first time we visited Trafalgar Park, we both knew it was perfect for our reception and, as I have gradually fallen in love with the house even more during each visit, nothing could beat our elation when we arrived on our wedding day to see it all looking wonderful and the celebrations going so smoothly. Thank you very, very much.”