The Great Barn at Headstone Manor
The Headstone Manor and Museum site includes several buildings including the moated Manor House known as Headstone Manor (the earliest surviving timber framed building in Middlesex); an 18th-century Granary; and the Grade II listed "Great Barn", formerly believed to be a Tithe Barn built in 1506.
With its cathedral-like proportions, the 16th century Great Barn will wow you and your guests and provide a unique and romantic setting for your special day. Both the ceremony and your reception can take place in the Great Barn. The space can accommodate between 80 to 250 guests and can be arranged with a table plan to suit you.