Welcome to your perfect wedding day
ONLY FIVE DATES REMAINING FOR WEDDINGS AT HOCKERING HOUSE IN 2018!
23 & 30 JUNE, 7 JULY and 4 & 18 AUGUST
Hockering House nestles within the heart of Norfolk’s beautiful countryside, yet is just 15 minutes from Norwich. A truly unique venue with no set packages, where your only limitation is your imagination.
Hockering House is licensed to conduct both civil marriage weddings and partnerships, duo ceremonies, and is also the perfect venue for your renewal of vows, naming and humanist ceremonies. We offer ceremonies both on the lawn or in the woodland. The grounds and parkland of this handsome country house are exclusively yours for your day and we only have one wedding per week so there is plenty of time to set up with family & friends.
With over 15 years of event experience, from the first meeting to your last dance, owners Oliver and Sam Berney will help you create your perfect wedding day. Whether you are looking for that beautiful elegant wedding or maybe wanting something unique and fun, then Hockering House is your perfect Wedding Venue in Norfolk. You are guaranteed a warm welcome, so if you are the slightest bit intrigued and want to know more, just give Sam Berney a call.
Oliver and Sam Berney
“We love Hockering House, after all it is our home. It is where we were married and felt that other couples who were looking for a totally bespoke wedding could find it here too. We strive to exceed expectations and ensure each couple has the day they imagined. With over 15 years of professional event management you are in very safe hands. We offer the warmest of welcomes in a relaxed manor with no expectations. The kettle is always on…”
Stay with us glamping style
You can also stay after the wedding glamping style. For the ultimate escape, peace, tranquility and plenty of fresh countryside air look no further than glamping at Gorsey Meadow. Gorsey Meadow is part of Hockering House. A secluded escape framed by Oaks and Holly wood. Wind your way down the wooded drive and discover the privacy of the meadow at the end of Gorsey Loke.