Phone

07855 275353

Email

music@jamduo.com

Arriving at Rhinefield House is just the start of a unique experience

Like a magical secret, Rhinefield House is located deep within the New Forest National Park. Step inside and the aura of magic simply deepens – and nowhere more spectacularly than in the Alhambra Room, bedecked in glittering jewels..


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Rhinefield House Hotel Wedding

Rhinefield House Wedding Venue

At the end of a driveway, lined with Canadian redwood and copper beech trees, you’ll find the magnificent 19th Century Rhinefield House. Set within the enchanting New Forest, Rhinefield House is a stunning blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. Inside this dream wedding venue, you’ll discover elegant rooms where original features have been lovingly preserved. What’s more, there’s plenty of accommodation for you and your guests when the celebrations come to a close. Weddings at Rhinefield House are truly magical.

CAPACITIES

  • Ceremony: 130
  • Wedding meal: 130
  • Evening party: 200
  • Outdoor ceremonies: Yes

Your Ceremony

Say your vows outside in our Doric Temple or inside in the magnificent Great Hall; a replica of London’s Westminster Hall. Without a doubt, Rhinefield House is a unique venue for your ceremony.

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Outdoor Ceremony

JAM Duo have had the pleasure of playing both inside and outdoors at Rhinefield House. The atmosphere is fantastic whatever option you choose and the hotel has a wonderful events team who are on hand throughout your day.

Escape to the countryside

Close your eyes and imagine a long driveway, gently shaded by Canadian redwood and copper beech trees. And at the end? A magnificent 19th Century house and the ideal setting for your wedding. Take a seat on the terrace that overlooks the ornamental ponds, or venture out into the surrounding New Forest parkland. If you’re lucky, you might even catch sight of a wild pony.


Venue Details

01590 622922 

rhinefieldhouse@handpicked.co.uk

Rhinefield Road, Brockenhurst, Hampshire, S042 7QB

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