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The House & Gardens

The house belongs to Alice and Jeremy Acton and their young family. Alice’s family, the Cely Trevilians, built the house in 1540 and it is a traditional mellow stone manor of beauty and character with many of its original features, from mullioned windows to polished stone floors. There is a variety of beautiful spaces both inside and out available for weddings, exclusive private dining, parties and much more.

Step outside the house and you will find yourself in the 17th century walled garden.  The walls are covered in rambling roses, and the borders are full of blooms and lavender. Beyond it are several other gardens, including the Round Garden. Abundant flowers, ancient oaks, yews and topiaries hedges blend together to create a feast for the eyes in this delightful traditional English country garden. At the end of the garden lies Washams Woods. Being so peaceful, it is perfect for our beautiful ceremony space which we create for magical woodland blessings.

Midelney Manor wedding venue in Somerset
Midelney Manor Gardens
The Van Wyk room - Midelney Manor

The History

Alice’s family, the Cely Trevilians, built the house in 1540 and so the house is full of character and original features. The dining room can seat up to 18 people for lunch or dinner and is perfect for private dining or a business lunch. Have pre-dinner drinks in the Van Wyk Room or The Hall with roaring log fires throughout. Family portraits adorn the walls and with so much history it makes it a truly unique experience.

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Inside Midelney Manor
Hallway at Midelney Manor
Van Wyk Room at Midelney Manor

The Dining Room

This beautiful room can seat up to 18 people for lunch or dinner and is perfect for private dining, intimate celebrations or business lunches. Enjoy pre-prandial drinks in the Van Wyk Room or the Hall, along with the wonderful sense of history that comes from the fine family portraits, wood panelling and roaring log fires, before sitting down to a delicious meal.

Private dining at Midelney Manor