Brimming with history, Danesfield House was once home to the Intelligence Section of the RAF. In 1901 the house was re-built as a family home for Robert William Hudson, and in 1991, it first opened its doors as a hotel.
What makes Danesfield House Hotel & Spa a unique wedding venue?
As you approach the tree-lined drive that winds beneath the striking Clock Tower, you'll be in awe of this immense setting. The gleaming, whitewashed exterior of Danesfield House sits overlooking the River Thames between Henley and Marlow and the Chiltern Hills beyond, amongst 65 acres of the most impressive landscaped gardens. Purple wisteria climbs the walls of the building while the wonderful scent of lavender wafts among the grounds. Pretty fountains and waterfalls make Danesfield Gardens so quintessentially English while the Italian Garden adds a touch of the Mediterranean.
Whether you're planning a lavish party for 120 guests or an intimate affair for just close friends and family; Danesfield House provide the perfect ingredients for your special day.
What is a typical wedding like at Danesfield House Hotel & Spa?
For the full list of packages or to come and have a site inspection, please contact our Weddings Team on 01628 891010 or email [email protected]
What Wedding Packages does Danesfield House Hotel & Spa offer?
For the full list of packages please contact our Weddings Team on 01628 891010 or email [email protected] for the full list of packages and options to create your most magical day.
What Extra facilities does Danesfield House Hotel & Spa have to assist couples to have the perfect day?
Step into a wonderful world of relaxation at Spa Illuminata Danesfield House, where you'll find all the facilities you need and a full list of treatments to keep you occupied for several hours. If the gym, indoor pool, Jacuzzi, poolside steam room and sauna aren't enough, the VIP Double Treatment Suite, Nail Bar and Pedicure Suite are sure to tempt you into some indulgent pampering.
Where is Danesfield House Hotel & Spa located?
Danesfield House sits overlooking the River Thames between Henley and Marlow in the heart of the Buckinghamshire countryside.