Hunton Park Wedding Venue
I love this venue, not because I live within 5 minutes of it, but it is so beautiful. Nestled in Abbots Langley near Watford, Hertfordshire is a prestigious venue called Hunton Park. The first house was built there in 1810 and called Hazelwood House by Henry Botham, a wealthy Londoner. The grounds were increased to 53 acres between 1810 and 1826. In 1850, Sir Henry Robinson Montagu, the 6th Lord Rokeby, a soldier who had fought at Waterloo as a 16 year old Ensign, bought Hazelwood House. In 1908, the then owner – Henry Stewart Gladstone – made lots of alterations, but sadly the house was destroyed in a fire. It was rebuilt on the same site, but at a different angle.
The house has changed hands since then, and even for a time stood empty. It was also used by in the film industry in the 1970s where a number of Hammer House of Horror films were produced, as well as Executioner and The Raging Moon.
The current owners are the De Vere hotel group and have ensured that the elegant surroundings and rooms have been maintained, including the ornate gardens.
There are plenty of locations at this glorious venue, starting at the front of the old house and on to the sweeping lawns, the ornate gardens, and the beautiful black and white tiled room with full length windows.
If you are looking for a fabulous wedding venue, then look no further than Hunton Park. I am more than equipped to ensure that this fantastic Hertfordshire wedding venue will be captured in its best to ensure that your day is remembered for years to come.