The Music Room and Panelled Lounge suite offer a perfect setting for marriage ceremonies, civil partnerships, wedding receptions, dinners, balls, and private parties.
The Music Room is ideal for parties of 80 to 210 for dinner, or up to 300 for a buffet party. This glorious, sunny area overlooks the meticulously tended South lawn, with fabulous views towards the city; it offers direct access to the gardens, and provides a wonderful backdrop for your wedding, champagne reception and photographs.
The Panelled Lounges, a pretty Georgian suite, will hold 30 to 80 guests for dinner, or up to 100 for a buffet party. These rooms offer a more intimate atmosphere, with the same Southerly aspect as the Music Room; they are perfect for smaller, private parties and events.
Ashton Court Mansion is licensed to hold up to 750 guests - add a marquee and a fairground ride, and it becomes the perfect venue for a corporate summer party, family fun day, or graduation ball, with over 850 acres of land to hand, the possibilities are endless
The glorious 850 acre estate on the outskirts of Bristol boasts some of the finest public parkland in the South West, it is a Grade II listed landscape, and winner of the prestigious Green Flag award.
Beautiful undulating grounds offer ancient woodlands, formal gardens, cycle and horse trails, and unlimited open space for kite flying, picnics, and family leisure activities, and whilst you're here, don't forget to book a journey on Bristol's famous miniature railway, or perhaps a round of golf!
Of course you might prefer a "birds eye view" of the city from a hot air balloon. Ashton Court Estate plays host annually to the International Balloon Fiesta, and offers launch sites all year round.
Don't miss the now famous Farmers Market offering fresh local produce and hand made crafts; it takes place in the Stables Court Yard on the third Sunday of every month.
Refreshments are available from the new Courtyard and Golf centre cafes – open daily, all year round from 9am to 5pm.
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