We’re open for viewings from Monday 15 June

12th Jun 2020

We are delighted to announce that our historic house is re-opening for viewings. We are staying in line with government guidance for private tours and wedding venue viewings. You might be an engaged couple looking for a wedding venue, a stylist or brand looking for a place to shoot photography or a production company looking for a filming location.

The house will open for viewings again on Monday 15 June by appointment only. Appointments will be restricted to two per day. We know many couples are keen to bring parents, family or friends with them to view their potential wedding venue. So, we are welcoming a maximum of four people per visit.

library at Birdsall House

Our Library

COVID safe weddings

Adapting to people’s changing needs following the Covid-19 pandemic, the library will also now be available for wedding ceremonies. A room previously kept for private use it suits smaller gatherings for 25 people and is licensed for civil ceremonies along with a range of locations within the house and grounds:

St Mary’s Church (image credit Laura Calderwood)

bridal party entering a wedding chapel

The ballroom (image credit Dominic Wright Photography)

wedding room with bride and groom

The dining room (image credit Little Sixpence Photography)

Wedding table at Birdsall House

The Long Hall

long hall at Birdsall House

The Oval Room

woman being photographed in Birdsall Hall's oval room

The Oval Room used for a product photography shoot

The temple overlooking the lake

A sunset over a grass field at Birdsall Estate

The Veranda (image credit Dominic Wright Photography)