The Swiss Garden at Shuttleworth was created between 1824 and 1832. The garden has a romantic, magical feel and it is thought that Colonel Frank Shuttleworth and his young bride Dorothy spent a great deal of time here during their courtship.
The Swiss Gardens are surrounded by beautifully manicured lawns with two licenced venues for ceremonies; The Swiss Cottage and The Grotto and Fernery.
There are numerous ornate bridges, ponds and rustic buildings dotted around the nine acre garden, offering a range of opportunities to take beautiful and memorable photographs of your special day.
The Swiss Cottage
Sat in the centre of the garden with breath-taking views is suitable for weddings for up to 70 guests. We can seat 20 guests inside The Swiss Cottage and have 50 guests standing outside
Two Hearts, Two Souls
A great marriage is not when the ‘perfect couple’ comes together. It is when an imperfect couple learns to enjoy their differences
Grotto and Fernery
Simply stunning. original ironwork structure, with its beautifully crafted cylinder glass, was embellished by Joseph Shuttleworth in 1876. To include striking Pulhamite stone-lined tunnels and planting pockets filled with ferns. We can host ceremonies inside for up to 17 standing.
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