Before the summer I decided I needed to visit the wonderful Brinsop Court, however with being busy through peak wedding season I just didn’t manage it. Well I’ve finally been to see it and it’s incredible……

I’d delivered hire items and even dressed rooms at Brinsop Court, but when you’re in working mode you just don’t look around you. You don’t see the grounds that you walk through, you don’t see the fireplaces as you pass them, and you certainly don’t get to see the really lovely bedrooms!

Once the summer had passed I contacted the lovely ladies at Brinsop Court and asked if I could visit now that the season had died down a little. They were as friendly and welcoming as ever and a date was set.

Brinsop Court

It’s December, and it’s cold, but even in the winter Brinsop Court looks amazing. The lake and moat all look stunning around the house itself.

Inside, the fire was roaring. The house has the most lovely parlour which is full of comfy sofas, a big open fireplace, and plenty of board games – a real homely feel. Just sitting in this room it’s easy to see why people choose to spend the weekend here. If you choose Brinsop Court as your wedding venue you have exclusive use from 3pm on the Friday through to late morning on the Sunday, so it’s all very relaxed. You have plenty of time to spend laying things out as you’d like them, and chilling with your friends and family before the wedding.

The Parlour

There are several rooms at Brinsop Court that are licenced for wedding ceremonies so there is a room to suit you, dependant on your numbers and your own personal taste. Pat, the lovely owner of Brinsop Court, suggests 70 to be the maximum number of guests for weddings here (although it is stretchable a teeny bit if you do have a few extras that you’d like to invite).

“All the team at Brinsop were phenominal….. going out of their way to ensure we had everything we needed to make our day truly magical….”

The banqueting hall is fabulous. Full of charm but yet still warm and friendly feeling like the rest of the house. Seating works with both round and rectangular tables, and they are happy to accommodate your preference for layout.

The Banqueting Hall

The Queen Anne Room

The Elizabethan Library

Along with the beauty of the above rooms you also have exclusive use of the bedrooms. With 15 double bedrooms and 3 singles you have plenty of accommodation for the people closest to you to be able to share the whole weekend with you. Each room is different and each one is special. This one, for example, is the room which I feel (as does Pat!) is perfect for the bride and her bridesmaids to get ready on the wedding morning. It’s big and spacious, plus light and well furnished for perfect photo opportunities.

Bedroom at Brinsop Court

I simply can’t do the rooms justice with my photography skills so I urge you to take a look at their website and see the variety of the bedrooms. The rooms were all perfectly spotless, as new, and the attention to detail was great too.

In summary, Brinsop Court is a real wow venue. The house overall, the photo opportunities, the beautiful outside space, and the views…… it’s all everything you could need and more. Please do take a look at their website and contact them for a viewing if you are looking for a wedding venue in Herefordshire. I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.

Finally, a big thank you to Pat for a warm welcome and perfect tour of Brinsop Court. It was an hour spent wishing I could get married all over again…..

You can find Brinsop Court on their website at or telephone them on 01432 509925. Enjoy your visit.

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