Ranger's House

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Dream weddings, partnership ceremonies and receptions can come true with great value wedding packages now available at English Heritageís elegant Rangerís House overlooking Londonís Greenwich Park.

Couples can marry in the lovely Georgian villa and celebrate with their guests at a delicious sparkling wine and canapť reception for just £66.00 per person. The price includes hire of Rangerís House for a three hour period anytime between 12 noon and 6pm for a minimum of 50 guests.

Hire for eight hours from 3pm until 11pm offers super value at just £99.00 per person for a minimum of 50 guests. This covers the wedding ceremony, a sparkling wine and canapť reception and a three course dinner inside the house with a glass of bubbly for the toast, wine and water with the meal and coffee afterwards.

For larger weddings, this package is extended for a minimum of 80 guests by adding on dinner and dancing in a marquee within the private Walled Garden until midnight.

Each package includes exclusive use of the early 18th century villa, the use of the pretty grounds for photography and the services of the dedicated professional wedding planner. Additional guests can be included on a flexible per-person price basis too.

Rooms inside Rangerís House - home to the glittering treasure trove of silver, jewels, paintings and porcelain of the Wernher Collection Ė include the Gallery, hung with tapestries and Renaissance paintings and the smaller Stone Hall and Rangerís Rooms.

The packages are available seven days a week from 1st October 2014 until 31st March 2015.

Package prices quoted are subject to VAT and do not include flowers, lighting, entertainment or registrar fees. Ceremonies are subject to registrar availability.

Situated on the borders of Blackheath and Greenwich Park, with the Meridian Line passing through its grounds, Ranger's House is an elegant early Georgian villa with graceful panelled interiors. It was built around 1700 as the official residence of the Ranger of Greenwich and is now home to the Wernher Collection, a glittering spectacle of 700 Renaissance works of art. With sumptuous interiors, Ranger's House is a stylish and memorable setting for special events. The gallery, with its rich wooden floor and panelled ceiling, offers a perfect setting for civil ceremonies, drinks receptions and dinners. Its three bay windows offer views across the private walled garden, Greenwich Park's rose garden and the Heath.

New Walled Garden marquee site available for glittering celebrations and entertaining located next to the Olympic equestrian site. Nestled within the walls of the private garden, the site is now licensed for a marquee for up to 100 guests. It offers another sparkling dimension to this unique venue.

Minimum guests: 20 Maximum guests: 100
London borough: Greenwich Ceremony/Reception: Ceremony & Reception
Accommodation: Yes Bridal suite: Yes
Late licence bar: Yes Disco facilities: Yes
Type of cuisine: Various from recommended list of caterers Florist: Yes
Event planner: Yes Asian wedding specialists: Yes

Available from 9am - 11pm Friday and Saturday; 6.30pm - 11pm Sunday - Thursday

Nearest station: Blackheath (approx 15 minute walk)

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