Civil Ceremonies and Civil Partnerships
Vows can be exchanged in one of three elegant functions rooms from which you can choose to hold your Civil Ceremony.
The Capenor Room
The original reception room of the house, this elegant room features magnificent crystal chandeliers and a stunning rose-and-leaf ceiling window making it the perfect spot to say your vows. With matching crystal wall lights and wooden panelled walls, the room is flooded with natural light from the large picture windows which afford stunning views of the grounds and surrounding countryside.
The room is ideal for larger parties as it can accommodate up to 112 seated guests.
The Belvedere Room
For a more intimate space, you may prefer the period features of the Belvedere Room. With a feature fireplace and a large ornate mirror, The Belvedere Room has a stunning view of the rear patio and lawns and an alcove which is a very popular choice for the happy couple to show off the Wedding Cake throughout the Ceremony.
Adorning the wall is a historic picture of Robert Denholm House. There is also direct access to the patio area.
The Belvedere Room can accommodate 75 guests.
The Redwood Room
For an intimate ceremony, share your vows with your nearest and dearest in the Redwood Room which is licensed for up to 39 guests.
The room has large windows and plenty of natural light as is often used by Brides as their suite where they can eat breakfast, have their hair and make-up done, get dressed and meet with the registrar. During the ceremony and reception it often houses wedding gifts and personal possessions and on occasion your photographer’s equipment.