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Holmewood Hall is part of Country House Weddings Ltda family-owned and run wedding venue group that has collectively held over 10, weddings in its six exclusive-use venues since its conception.
The chairman and founde r, Harry Bramer, still presides over the business today, with the help and support of his family and an accomplished team, all of whom are dedicated to one thing: your perfect wedding. The land containing the present site of Holmewood Hall is sold by the crown to Sir Robert Cotton of neighbouring Conington Castle pictured.holmewood boys joy ride part 2
Documents relating to the Wells Family claim that the first house was built at this time. Its highly plausible that improvements from the ongoing drainage, meant that the site became dry in the winter, allowing for a possible farmhouse. Truman Dies inleaving his Huntingdonshire estates including Holme to his neice Elizabeth and her husband William Wells.
The Wells, who were a distinguished family of long established shipbuilders, set about building a new, much grander, second house picturedsome of the sash windows of which are claimed to survive on North aspect of the hall today. The beautiful old laundry, stables and coach house found at the rear of the house, were also constructed during this period. The present day Hall is commissioned by William Wells inwho appointed William Young, a Scottish Architect, to alter and extend the house in a Tudor Gothic style. The estates proximity to the main London- Edinburgh railway and the A1 as well as the cover by the trees made it an ideal site.
An action that helped stop Germans serving in Finland from reinforcing its army in Norway. The Americans leave the site in a terrible state in Decemberand a descendent of William Wells, Sir John Wells, purchases it in an effort to restore the hall to its former glory.
Unfortunately, the condition of the house was so bad that he did not have the means to do so. InBritish Sugar buy the house and estate, to use as a seed and machinery trial headquarters, and then later as a conference centre. To learn more about Country House Weddings. Back to Venue. A family-owned and run business with over 30 years' experience of making wedding day dreams come true.
The present-day Hall was built by the distinguished Wells family, who inherited the Manor of Holme in It is believed there were one or two houses on the site but William Wells commissioned the building of much of the hall we see today in Since then Holmewood Hall has had many uses including serving as a base for the training and supply of resistance fighters during World Love in holmewood II, and as a agricultural research centre by British Sugar. Today, under the stewardship of Country House Weddings, Holmewood Hall and its team serve just one purpose; to provide each and every one of its couples a wedding beyond their dreams.
From the moment we set eyes on Holmewood Hall, we fell in love with it and knew it would be perfect for our wedding day. I cannot thank all of the staff enough, especially Ann who helped make our day perfect. We really could not have asked for anything more from a Wedding Manager.
Ann really went above and beyond during the planning and on the day, helping to make our bespoke cocktails and I am su….
When visiting Holmewood for the first time all staff were extremely welcoming and professional. Talking through the venue and what was included made us so excited and felt the sparkle of getting married. In our planning meeting we were greeted with Anne who was our wedding planner she talked us through the whole day, what to expect and most importantly what not to worry about!
We felt so assured t….
Our wedding was the best day of our lives and we wish we could do it all over again. All though we don't remember much about the food and drink, we can assure you that our guests loved everything! Giulia and her team made sure everything ran smoothly so our day was perfect. We can't thank the Holmwood Hall team enough!
We searched on the internet for wedding venues and fell in love with Holmewood Hall.
The head chef at Holmewood was great in helping us personalize the food and getting it just right, making sure we catered for all! The draining of the fens - The first house at Holmewood - The start of the Wells legacy at Holmewood - The second house at Holmewood - The Hall as we know it today is built - A change of guard - Wartime at Holmewood - The Wells return - British Sugar take over - Wedding bells ring - Explore our stunning wedding venue with either a private on-site viewing or virtual tour Book a viewing.New Film from Clio Barnard - ALI \u0026 AVA - Altitude Films
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