The Kings Chapel is a 17th century building originally used as a chapel (of course), which means the building is full of beautiful design details. The main room, now used for ceremonies and wedding breakfasts, has incredible high ceilings and huge high windows that drape the room in natural light. There is also a large open balcony in the main hall, which offers a great opportunity to capture images from above during the wedding ceremony.
It not only has the stunning main hall but a beautiful ornate side room, which is used for the drinks reception and evening party. From here you climb a couple of stairs to reach a lovely little bar tucked away around the corner.
Hanbury Manor is gorgeous! Not only is the building stunning, with its high ceilings, dark wood and old charm but the grounds have even more to offer. It also has an 18 whole golf course in the back garden, which means couples get to hop on a golf buggy to head off for some incredible photos overlooking the Hertfordshire countryside. I love working with simple backdrops too and Hanbury Manor has lots to offer, garden stairs, walls and huge majestic trees all located just outside the venue doors.