The Old Thorns, an award winning 4-star wedding venue in Hampshire, is an ideal location to hold either your ceremony or civil partnership along with your reception together with luxurious accommodation for you and your guests.
It was formally the home of Ken Wood, who invented the Kenwood mixer in the 1950s, and now boasts a world famous golf course ( designed by Peter Aliss, the “voice of golf” ) in it’s grounds. Set in 400 acres of beautiful Hampshire countryside with breath-taking views across the South Downs National Park this venue is literally on the border of three counties: Surrey, Sussex and Hampshire.
The dedicated and professional wedding team will help you chose the ideal ceremony and reception, be it an intimate soiree or a grand large scale gathering for up to 500.
The Hampshire suite has fabulous panoramic views, French doors and can hold up to 200 guests; the Grand Ballroom has it’s own intimate garden ( perfect for romantic pictures), a wooden dancefloor and starlight backdrop, it can hold up to 300; the Kenwood Room is much more intimate and accommodates up to 30 people, all of these suites can be combined to have a variety of options. Finally there is the Atrium Champagne Bar which oozes decadence and luxury and has it’s own terrace lounge.
The Old Thorns Manor has character combined with splendour and has won several well deserved awards as an all inclusive wedding venue.