Eastbury Manor House is a magnificent Grade I listed Tudor manor house, set in tranquil landscaped gardens. Eastbury was built circa. 1572-3, during the reign of Elizabeth I and is owned by the National Trust. Steeped in over 500 years of history it is one of London’s hidden architectural gems. In 2009 Eastbury was awarded Heritage Lottery funding and sensitively restored by leading British architectural practice Richard Griffiths Architects.
At Eastbury we offer a versatile range of services to enable clients to host their Special Functions. We provide stunning historic rooms in which to hold Civil Ceremonies including Civil Partnerships, Renewal of Vows, Wedding Anniversaries, Wedding Breakfasts and Receptions.