The Victorian orangery at Pitchford Hall has recently opened its doors

The Victorian orangery at Pitchford Hall in Shropshire has recently opened its doors The Victorian orangery at Pitchford Hall in Shropshire has recently opened its doors. The orangery is a light-filled Georgian gem with glass walls topped by a stone shingled roof all set within private lawns contained by mellow brick garden walls. With a capacity for 60 guests and flexible outside space, couples looking for a traditional English country wedding will love this romantic venue. There is plenty of room for a marquee for additional friends and family in the garden too.

The house itself is a beautiful Tudor timber-framed country building and is one of the nation's most stunning Elizabethan houses. The orangery is a short walk from the main house and is right beside Pitchford's most enchanting building, a tiny timbered tree house perched in the branches of an ancient lime tree. Queen Victoria was delighted with it when she visited as a child in 1832.

"Couples searching for a romantic location for their wedding are having a hard time," says Rowena Nason, who restored the orangery at Pitchford Hall. "Luckily, we have finished the transformation of our orangery, and brides can book it as a new, truly romantic, and historic venue."

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