A beautiful wedding venue in Suffolk, Glemham Hall is situated in 300 acres of glorious Suffolk parkland.

For weddings, parties and corporate events, Glemham Hall, its historical gardens and beautiful marquee is available exclusively for your event.
From guided house tours and garden theatre to art exhibitions and folk festivals, Glemham Hall's current schedule of events demonstrates its ability to adapt to suit the occasion.

Glemham Hall is one of the finest and most unique venues in Suffolk offering exclusive-use together with an unrivalled personal service. Its backdrop of historical elegance combines effortlessly with modern day interests to enhance any event. We will ensure that your event unfolds smoothly and seamlessly - exactly the way you want it to.

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Glemham Hall is available exclusively to your and your guests, ensuring complete peacefulness and privacy. Licensed for up to 100 guests, Civil Ceremonies and Partnerships can take place in the Grand Hall, Drawing Room or our new outdoor venue, the Summerhouse. If you are considering a Church wedding, St. Andrews Church on the Glemham Estate is a five minute stroll from the Hall. Lead a procession of your guests through the avenue of yew trees back to Glemham Hall for your reception.

Wedding receptions take place in our luxurious permanent marquee and can seat from 50-170 for formal dining with a maximum capacity for 200 guests. Furnished with ivory linings, glass chandeliers and its own bar, our marquee is perfectly suited to any occasion.

Conveniently located just off the A12, Glemham Hall is easy to find and only a couple of hours drive from central London. Nearby, the pretty towns of Aldeburgh and Woodbridge have a great selection of fine hotels and bed & breakfast accommodation for guests travelling from afar.

Diary of Events at Glemham Hall See our Diary of Events

Glemham Hall plays host to many varied events this year...why not pay us a visit?

For music lovers, the FolkEast Festival returns in August for its fourth year. If it's drama you're after, then be sure to bring a picnic to our annual Shakespeare garden theatre production in July. For art lovers, put a date in your diary for early May, when Art for Cure takes residence and hosts its second charity exhibition raising money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Planning a wedding? our popular 'Truly Vintage' wedding fair is a haven for brides planning their special day!

With garden openings, house tours and bike events. There's something for everyone! Please have a look at our events diary for more information.