Island Hall is an exquisite riverside mansion constructed in the late 1740s. The house is arranged in 3 acres of beautiful gardens including a picturesque Saxon island in the river Great Ouse. Island Hall is a family run private home offering tours and teas as well as venue hire for private gatherings and weddings. We look forward to seeing you at Island Hall where you will always be greeted by a member of the family.
What makes Island Hall a unique wedding venue?
Nestled between the magnificent mature trees and wildlife, there a few more intimate places to exchange vows. After the ceremony, this setting is ideal for capturing those first few moments as a married couple, and to toast you as newlyweds! What's more, Island Hall also boasts a wonderfully romantic four poster suite. Bathed in natural light, it is the surely the most idyllic place to spend your first night together.
What Wedding Packages does Island Hall offer?
Contingent upon your necessities we can offer you an intimate wedding breakfast in the house for up to 48 guests, or a marquee on the Island for up to 180. Island Hall has set Venue Hire charges and completely comprehensive marquee quotes to suit your specific prerequisites. Island Hall will be yours for the afternoon, you and your guests will appreciate restrictive utilisation of the house, we never book weddings consecutive, so our emphasis is completely on you. Island Hall is formally authorised to hold civil weddings. We can offer ceremonies from 10 up to 80 visitors.
We have confidence in a paramount eating experience thus we work with just two affirmed caterers whose broad menus can be effectively customised to create the right feast for this special day. Island Hall doesn't charge corkage, so you can bring your very own wine and beverages.
Where is Island Hall located?
Island Hall is in Post Street, in the focal point of Godmanchester, set on the banks of the river Great Ouse, with views over the beautiful island from which it takes its name. Past this is Portholme, the biggest water glade in Britain and a area of remarkable natural beauty, which is also of special interest.