Stunning surroundings that are rich in history, picturesque grounds and impeccable service where nothing is overlooked? Introducing a Clevedon Hall wedding.

Our aim is to always deliver an exceptional event. For a wedding venue in Bristol or Somerset that will surprise and delight, look no further than Clevedon Hall. We help create stylish, elegant occasions for couples who prefer a personal approach. Trust our passionate team to orchestrate your ultimate celebration where every detail delivers.

The versatility of Clevedon Hall allows you to create the perfect setting for your celebrations. Large, lavish gatherings are ideally accommodated in the Great Hall, while the Snug provides a welcome retreat for smaller gatherings. Whatever your needs, we’ll do our utmost to exceed your expectations.

Our expertise lies in offering flexible choice to our couples. From the moment you choose us as your partner, we’ll guide and advise you on every detail, drawing on our extensive experience and trusted partnerships with top class suppliers.


Bride coming down the stairs to her wedding
Bride and groom on our beautiful swing seat in the stunning grounds

Your Wedding Concierge

We approach every wedding with exceptionally high standards. The enthusiasm, dedication and passion of our team never falters, and of course our expertise is largely thanks to our extensive experience in creating stylish events for many discerning couples. Let us create your idea of perfection.

From the moment you choose Clevedon Hall, you’ll have access to our exclusive Wedding Concierge who will guide and advise you throughout your preparations. We work with the finest suppliers in the South West and use our connections to help you choose everything from buttonholes to bands, manicurists to magicians.

Words cannot describe how pleased we were with everything on the day. One friend commented if I had to give it a score, I’d give it 10 out of 10. Other friends said if they’d known about Clevedon Hall before they would have got married there. Some friends are still talking about it now.
— Sylvie and Chris