Those seeking a unique and tranquil setting for their wedding celebration will be enchanted by the beauty of Warren Weir. Tucked away within Luton Hoo Hotel’s 1,065 acre idyllic English countryside estate, it offers guests a feeling of total seclusion and its village style with panoramic views over the lake and woodlands beyond provide a wealth of stunning photographic backdrops.
Perfect for exclusive use and large celebrations, Warren Weir welcomes wedding parties of up to 290 guests with function suites varying in size and character. This idyllic hideaway includes 84 bedrooms and suites as well as other amenities such as an indoor swimming pool and snooker room, meaning it is a complete wedding destination.
Guests can also take pleasure in the wider Luton Hoo estate including The Spa for luxurious ESPA treatments and heat therapy suite, the 18-hole championship golf course and plenty of walking, running and cycling trails to explore. There’s a certain level of romantic royal pedigree at Luton Hoo having hosted Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh for their wedding anniversaries in the early years of their marriage and some of the lavish rooms they stayed in now form part of the Queen’s Suite.
With award-winning service and a dedicated team, every detail throughout the planning is in hand. In addition to totally bespoke and tailor-made weddings, Warren Weir offers a range of inclusive packages covering everything needed for a truly memorable day. They include a choice of ceremony room, fresh flower arrangements, the services of a toastmaster, red carpet Champagne reception, three-course wedding breakfast with wine; Champagne for the toast, a suite for the bride and groom’s wedding night and much more
by Alex Bairdon Tue, 22nd November, 2016
We had a fantastic wedding which went beyond either of our expectations. Everything went very smoothly and Janet went 'over and beyond' before the wedding to put us at ease with all the planning. Our guests seemed to really enjoy the day as well and we were blessed with some fantastic weather which enhanced the ground's autumn colours.