Hinwick Hall is a beautiful Grade II listed manor house located in Hinwick near the Bedfordshire and
The history of Hinwick Hall dates far back to the Domesday Book, where the land the property sits on was once owned by Turstin the Chamberlain in 1086, one of the 15
Proven Companions of William the Conqueror. Since then, the property has been passed through a range of owners and families — most notably to the Orlebar family in 1653 and the Shaftesbury Society in May 1943, who used the property as a residential school that later closed in 2014. The
current owners are working hard to restore and renovate the Hall back to its former glory.
The Hall’s rich history and stunning scenery makes it the perfect wedding venue for couples enthusiastic about
antiquity, whimsy, mystery & beauty.