Jermyn’s House is a pretty, whitewashed 17th century Victorian Manor House sits within the beautiful Sir Harold Hillier Gardens. It’s perfect for small receptions with the regally named Queen’s Room on the ground floor of the house perfect for the wedding breakfast whilst the Magnolia Room, located on the first floor and flooded with light from dual aspect windows, is used for ceremonies held there. If you’re planning something larger you can opt for a marquee complete with chandeliers and chequered dance area – delightfully English and simply delightful.
When I photographed there it was great to capture a group shot from the first floor of the house looking out over the gorgeous lawn, and on a summer day the grounds are so quintessentially English, that feeling accentuated by so many wonderful guests enjoying the atmosphere in beautiful hats and dresses and morning suits. On a fine day you can even opt to throw your bouquet to the waiting crowd surrounded by the beautiful flora and fauna of this gorgeous venue. And, if by some remote chance you do want a change of scenery there are the other 180 acre to enjoy.