Shuttleworth is a five thousand acre estate in the heart of Bedfordshire. We offer a wide range of wedding options all of which are perfect to celebrate your special day. Please see below more detail with regards to the three venues available within The Shuttleworth Estate.
The House – Built in 1872 with unrivalled views over the parkland The House provides a stunning setting for your wedding day. We have four licensed rooms within The House for civil ceremonies plus The Summer House adjacent to the croquet lawn. The House is a truly perfect venue for both large and intimate weddings alike.
The Parkland – 425 acres of historic parkland, majestic trees and sweeping views of the countryside. The Parkland is the perfect place to host a Marquee or Tipi wedding.
The Swiss Garden – Our nine acre Swiss Garden was created in the 1820’s by Lord Ongley. A late Regency style design which sets it apart from any other English country garden. With picturesque views and features it is a wonderful venue for a ceremony in either of its two licensed venues – The Swiss Cottage sat in the centre of the garden with breath-taking views or for those looking for a magical yet intimate venue, The Grotto & Fernery is simply stunning.
The Collection – For a truly unique reception venue Hangar 3 is unmatched. With a backdrop of historical Shuttleworth exhibits and the hangar doors wide open on a balmy summer’s day, it really does have the wow factor.
Our in-house team of Chefs offer an extensive selection of menus, alternatively if you wish to provide your own catering please contact our weddings team in regards to our dry hire packages.
Our weddings team would be delighted to invite you for a show round of the options available to give you a better understanding of how your most special day would work at Shuttleworth.
For more information on weddings at Shuttleworth please call 01767 627917, alternatively complete the below enquiry form and a member of the weddings team will get back to you as soon as possible.
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Grotto & Fernery Pulhamite interior
Grotto & Fernery Glass interior
The House entrance
The Dining Room
The Morning Room
The Summer House