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Wedding Photography – Sopwell House, St Albans, Hertfordshire

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Wedding Photography - Sopwell House, St Albans, Hertfordshire
Wedding Photography – Sopwell House, St Albans, Hertfordshire

Introduction

Sopwell House is a stunning, quintessentially British wedding venue. Set within landscaped grounds, the house itself is Grade II listed and has been lovingly restored with an elegant mix of classical and contemporary design.

The house boasts a magnificent oak staircase, Georgian windows and a large conservatory overlooking the gardens. The estate has been around since 1377 and is steeped in history. In Victorian times it was home to Lord Clifford of Chudleigh who had extensive improvements made including laying out formal lawns and creating beautiful flower beds.

Situated on the edge of historic St Albans, Sopwell House is surrounded by acres of beautiful gardens that lead down to St Albans Cathedral. The Roman city walls are just a stone’s throw away from the mansion house and guests can also enjoy walking along Hatfield Road where there are many restaurants and bars to visit.”

Sopwell House is a stunning, quintessentially British wedding venue. Set within landscaped grounds, the house itself is Grade II listed and has been lovingly restored with an elegant mix of classical and contemporary design.

Sopwell House is a stunning, quintessentially British wedding venue. Set within landscaped grounds, the house itself is Grade II listed and has been lovingly restored with an elegant mix of classical and contemporary design.

Through the centuries Sopwell House has been home to many notable people including King Henry VIII who famously visited in 1513 and took time out from his hunting in order to enjoy some food at the local inn.

The beautiful building features exquisite wood panelling dating back to 1625 as well as numerous period features such as ornate stone fireplaces, oak panelled rooms and hand carved feature walls.

Wedding Photography - Sopwell House, St Albans, Hertfordshire
Wedding Photography – Sopwell House, St Albans, Hertfordshire

The house boasts a magnificent oak staircase, Georgian windows and a large conservatory overlooking the gardens.

As you approach the house, it’s easy to see why Sopwell House is a popular wedding venue. It boasts a magnificent oak staircase, Georgian windows and a large conservatory overlooking the gardens.

The house itself is Grade II listed and has been lovingly restored. The gardens are surrounded by acres of beautiful lawns and parkland with stunning views over St Albans to the Roman city walls which are just a stone’s throw away from the property.

The estate has been around since 1377 and is steeped in history. In Victorian times it was home to Lord Clifford of Chudleigh who had extensive improvements made including laying out formal lawns and creating beautiful flower beds.

The estate has been around since 1377 and is steeped in history. In Victorian times it was home to Lord Clifford of Chudleigh who had extensive improvements made including laying out formal lawns and creating beautiful flower beds.

The house itself is a Grade II listed building overlooking St Albans Cathedral, one of England’s largest cathedrals with a spectacular setting. The house has been restored over the years by different owners but still retains its original features such as oak panelling, vaulted ceilings and stained glass windows.

Conclusion

We are delighted to have been given a chance to provide you with information about the Sopwell House, a truly amazing venue that has everything you could ever want from your wedding day. We hope that this blog post has helped you decide on whether or not Sopwell House is right for your big day and wish you all the best with planning yours!

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