Frequently Asked Questions
The facility fee covers the hire of the barn and grounds, all staff, linen, furniture, crockery and cutlery required for the function.
It covers the additional cost to set up the venue for the ceremony. It is not the Registrar's fee.
Whilst a toastmaster is not essential we do have toastmasters who we are happy to recommend.
No. The Priory’s eminent head chef has created wedding signature dishes so that you can compose a mouth-watering menu for your guests. Alternatively, you can discuss a private menu with chef, and we also present informal main course choices, such as a buffet, hog roast or barbeque.
Yes, subject to details being agreed beforehand.
Due to health and safety requirements, we regret that these are not permitted.
Candles are permitted, and tealights providing they are in 50mm (minimum) deep holders.
Of course. We also have a wide range available on our trusted suppliers list.
Yes, but we require any band that you choose to be vetted by our consultants Hines Entertainments. Please contact us for more information.
Yes, The Priory has full facilities for the disabled.
The Priory has ample on-site parking facilities. Guests are welcome to leave their cars overnight if they wish.
Weddings at The Priory typically finish at 12.00 midnight.