The Newland Hall Country Estate is situated 4 miles west of Chelmsford, Essex. It consists of a large picturesque 15th century Tudor Manor House with a moat, beautiful gardens and over 100 acres of grass and woodland with four lakes surrounded by unspoilt countryside. Long established and recently fully refurbished Newland Hall is the premier wedding venue in Essex, catering for exclusive wedding ceremonies and receptions.
The House & Setting
Newland Hall is nearly 600 years old and Grade II Listed. It is steeped in history and the land is specifically listed in the Domesday Book of 1086. This makes it very stylish, interesting and full of character, ideal for weddings.
Unlike other wedding venues we guarantee you will have total exclusive use of the house, gardens and marquee for your wedding. Even our staff and suppliers will use a separate driveway, car park and entrance, ensuring 100% exclusivity.
With over 18 years experience as a premier Essex Wedding Venue, we do not expect you to “fit in” to a standard wedding “package”. Every wedding is customised to match the specific requirements of our clients. Through detailed discussions and tailoring every aspect, it will enable you to create exactly the right atmosphere for your Wedding Day.
At Newlands all of our staff are of an extremely high standard and will be in uniform. Our banquet managers have extensive specialist experience in organising and running weddings.
Due to the numerous options and various approaches to running a wedding at Newlands, it is very difficult for us to provide specific pricing information at this stage. Prices may vary dramatically based on various options, including day of the week, time of the year, menus and the number of guests.
Over 18 years experience in organising and running weddings.
Type of Cuisine:
Wide range of options
Directions by car:
Newland Hall is situated 4 miles west of Chelmsford on the A1060, exactly 1 mile past the India Lounge restaurant.
Exit M25 at J28, take A12 towards Chelmsford. Exit A12 at Chelmsford (A414). Down slip-road, straight across roundabout.
Continue for about 2 miles until you reach 2 roundabouts close together: straight across first (Masons Too Restaurant), left at second (Bowling).
Continue through approximately 2 or 3 sets of lights until you reach the main junction with traffic lights.
Turn left on A1060, sign-posted Sawbridgeworth. Continue for approximately 4 miles passing the Horse & Groom and The Hare public houses.
Newland Hall is sign-posted one mile past the India Lounge restaurant on the left. Continue down the drive to the Hall.
Directions by public transport:
Chelmsford mainline station only a short cab ride away. Bus Stops at the end of the drive