Curds Hall Barn is set within 12 acres of parkland and arable fields

Bride and groom walking hand-in-hand outside Curds Hall Barn
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CURDS HALL BARN
07377 138 882 | www.curdshallbarn.co.uk


Dating from the 17th century, Curds Hall Barn is set within 12 acres of parkland and arable fields, including mature woodland, a pond, and a lawn which is surrounded by uninterrupted views of the Norfolk countryside.

Curds Hall Barn is made up of two conjoined rooms: The Main Barn is the venue's showpiece. Light and airy, it has whitewashed walls showcasing unique chequered brick and flintwork, high vaulted ceilings with original beams and contemporary lighting. The Woodshed provides a contrasting space with its darker wood cladding and atmospheric lighting – the perfect blank canvas for a romantic and intimate wedding breakfast. Festoon lighting and a firepit outside the main entrance create a welcoming atmosphere into the evening and make a great space for food trucks to pull up.

Ceremonies for up to 120 loved ones can take place in the following: The Main Barn, as previously described is a bright room with huge, glazed doors and underfloor heating. The Woodshed, a contrasting setting to the Main Barn, has dark wood-clad walls, upright beams mark a natural aisle down the centre of the room and can be dressed with swags of fabric or fairylights for a magical feel.

For al fresco nuptials, couples can tie the knot under the Old Oak Tree, positioned on the edge of the woodland, or outside on the lawn to the rear of the barn with stunning uninterrupted views of the Norfolk countryside. It has an adjoining open-fronted Cartshed with beautiful original brickwork and upright beams which can be decorated.

Post-vows, wedding breakfasts and receptions can take place for up to 120 loved ones in both The Woodshed and Main Barn. The Woodshed has long rustic dining tables and limewashed Chivari chairs and can host an evening reception for up to 200 guests with ample space for a band and dancefloor. Long rustic dining tables can fill the length of The Main Barn for banquet-style dining and can take tall floral arrangements due to the high vaulted ceilings. Alternatively, this space is used for an evening reception for up to 200 guests with a bar in the same room as the dancefloor and access to the loft area – the perfect space for a snug breakout area.

When tying the knot here, couples have access to a dedicated wedding coordinator and, although Curds Hall Barn is a dry hire venue, it can provide many of the services needed such as heating, lighting, tables and chairs, lavatories, a PA system and a staffed bar, leaving couples to focus on the elements that they want to enjoy putting together

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