It might seem strange to think of somewhere as grand as Luton Hoo as being a romantic hideaway, but Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh often returned to Luton Hoo in the early years of their marriage to celebrate their wedding anniversary. It would seem that weddings at Luton Hoo come with a certain Royal approval.
The grade II listed Mansion House creates one of the most impressive looking wedding venues in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. Its history, marble interiors and beautiful period rooms, including a spectacular converted Orthodox Russian Chapel, are enough to make any bride feel like a princess on her wedding day.
From an intimate gathering of close family and friends to a wedding party of 300 guests, we offer beautifully appointed rooms which range from the intimacy of the walnut panelled Churchill Room to the Faberge Suite with its pillars, alcoves and artworks recalling the days when the Mansion House was home to one of the world’s richest collections of Faberge pieces. Even more spectacular is the Romanov Suite, with its stained glass and icons recalling its days when it was the private chapel of the Russian born lady of the house. Today, it creates the most romantic of settings for a wedding party on a grand scale. We can even add a dash of movie star magic to the proceedings. The original Robert Adam designed ballroom played host to the filming of Four Weddings And A Funeral. While outside the formal gardens and grounds offer dozens of stunning locations for those all important wedding photographs that will bring back memories to last a lifetime.
Our wedding co-ordinator is waiting to discuss your personal requirements or can tell you all about our special wedding packages. Many of the rooms are also licensed to hold civil ceremonies. But however you to choose to celebrate this most special day, romance reaches the height of style and sophistication at Luton Hoo, setting it apart from other wedding venues in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire.