Morden Hall launches as London’s Country House
Posted: 1st June 2015 by Sabrina

Morden Hall launches as London’s newest Country House Wedding Venue

As industry leaders when it comes to the business of wedding venues, we’re delighted to have forged a partnership with new, luxury London venue Morden Hall.

Built in 1773 and lovingly restored in 2015, Grade II listed Morden Hall is set in 125 acres of National Trust parkland. Its Georgian architecture exudes glamour, making it an ideal exclusive use wedding venue.

Morden Hall benefits from full onsite venue, facilities and catering management, provided by prestigious hospitality experts Galloping Gourmet and in turn offering a full, bespoke wedding service to brides and grooms-to-be.

Country House Wedding Venues says: “We’re very much looking forward to bringing this venue to life and making it as successful as we know it can be with a new lookbook, website and portfolio of marketing collateral.”

To find out more about Morden Hall, please visit

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