Milton Hill House, Oxfordshire

Milton Hill House, Oxfordshire Milton Hill House is a traditional Georgian house wedding venue within 22-acres of land, what more space do you need with your family and friends?

The original white building is a perfect backdrop for those all-important wedding photos and with plenty of outdoor areas for guests to mingle in, old oak trees really frame the feel of the grounds with flowers blooming in the summer – it's very quintessentially English. Couples are spoilt for choice with many ceremony rooms to choose from; from the small and intimate library to the large and spacious – and most popular - Wisteria room. All neutral in colour to decorate and enhance a couples desire, with traditional features for a feeling of special elegance.
   For couples who love the outdoors, why not wed al fresco in the venue's grounds? The landscaped Italian gardens are fantastic for wedding photos and for your guests to relax in during the evening hosting up to 144 loved ones to watch the ceremonies. Other capacities are, Wisteria 144, Lilac 85, Oak 60, Library 30.
   To celebrate the nuptials, couples and 144 guest can retreat to the Wisteria room. When choosing this for a big-day venue, couples can benefit from a free menu tasting, wedding night accommodation in a Superior Room and Free Anniversary Stay (dependent on package booked).

Contact: 01235 831 474 |
Milton Hill House, Steventon, Abingdon, Oxford OX13 6AF

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