Arguably England's oldest timber framed barn, newly renovated to provide a bespoke and adaptable wedding venue. More space than you could imagine in this 10th century barn. Specially created kitchens, loos, Children's Room and cloakrooms. Remote and private rural setting surrounded by organic farmland yet only 1 mile off the A134 between Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury so no chance of your guests getting lost especially with the parish church sharing a common boundary with the barn. No sense of Deja vu for your guests with this new venue. Remember it is your wedding not ours!
We are dedicated to making your special day memorable for all time and even if we do not presently provide the aspect you want, do let us know, we may well try to accommodate it. We are not a commercial venue but rather seek to share our family property and setting with you, we provide the picture frame and canvas, you provide the picture. We are also different to all other venues, nothing subtle like turning on the lights at the end of the evening to prompt guests to leave, rather we play "Going Home" live on the Bagpipes! (amazing how quickly it empties the barn!!) Every wedding should be different, with your help our will be.
\we have no ties to any caterers, you choose style and budget subject to approval
Directions by car:
From Bury St Edmunds, head South (towards Sudbury) on the A134 taking the only turning right in Alpheton (signposted to the Church) to the no through road off the back of the village green. The venue is at the end of this road (Church Lane)
From Sudbury head North (towards Bury St Edmunds) on the A134 taking the only turning left in Alpheton (signposted to the Church) to the no through road off the back of the village green. The venue is at the end of this road (Church Lane)
Directions by public transport:
There is a bus stop at the top of Church Lane and a good local taxi service which can collect and deliver from the train stations in either Sudbury, Colchester or Bury St Edmunds.