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Knebworth House

Location for Weddings and Social Events

Knebworth House, Knebworth, Hertfordshire, SG3 6PY

  • Max guests for group photographs
  • 120
  • Civil weddings catered for
  • Yes
  • Events photographed by Paul Martin
  • Wedding
  • Last event photographed by Paul Martin
  • 15/10/04

Knebworth House is accessed by private road through the Knebworth Estate, directly off Junction 7 of the A1(M).
A map is available here and there is a website for this location.

Paul Martin has given Knebworth House a rating of 3 out of 5 for indoor photography and a rating of 5 out of 5 for outdoor photography.
Please note that these ratings only relate to the suitability for photography, and do not in any way relate to other facilities and services that may be provided by the Knebworth House

Comments from Paul Martin:
Knebworth House and Banqueting Centre is an excellent venue in Hertfordshire for weddings.

Imagine the wedding party arriving along the ancient chestnut avenue, a vista of 250 acres of deer park unfolding before you, and in the distance the turrets, heraldic beasts and towers of Knebworth House.

Imagine holding your Reception in the Jacobean Banqueting Hall, the Edwardian Dining Parlour, the Victorian Library – all ideal for drink receptions, photographs and celebration dinners.

Or you may prefer the richly appointed Knebworth Barns Conference and Banqueting Centre. These two 16th-century Tithe barns offer greater capacity, a parquet dance floor, ample parking immediately outside, and an ideal setting in which to hold your actual Wedding Ceremony. Knebworth House’s beautiful formal gardens, sunken lawn and wilderness walkways are also available for Champagne receptions and wedding photographs.

I thoroughly enjoyed photographing a wedding at this fantastic Hertfordshire venue, though it was not in the most ideal weather!. However, I still managed to get some memorable wedding portraits of Bride and groom in the surrounding gardens. The wedding reception took place in the Tithe Barns, and in my coverage, I employed a predominantly reportage portrayal of sequences, the overall effect providing a visiual commentary of the day. The two 16th Century Tithe barns are tastefully decorated, full of character, and provide a cosy atmosphere, no matter the time of year.

Although a London based photographer, I am happy to cover regular events at Knebworth House, as this popular Hertfordshire venue is easily accessible.