The Grove, at Chandler’s Cross in Hertfordshire is a five star retreat set in 300 acres of stunning countryside. It is the former home of the Earls of Clarendon and weekend retreat of Queen Victoria, just 18 miles or 20 minutes from central London.

It has numerous rooms and suites to host wedding ceremonies and receptions, taking up to 400 people through to intimate ceremonies and celebrations.

The Hertfordshire hotel, golf resort and spa hosted the 2016 British Masters and has stunning grounds for a wide range of wedding photographs.

It has extensive formal gardens including the Walled Garden, avenues of trees and natural woodland, all of which make exquisite backgrounds for your wedding photos and engagement portraits.


The Grove caters for wedding ceremonies and receptions, with space for up to 400 guests through to more intimate celebrations. 

Amber: the largest space at The Grove takes up to 400 guests in many different configurations. The naturally lit suite opens onto a private terrace through french windows. Here are some photos of it set up for a wedding. 

And here, the Amber Room is set up with white and green florals against atmospheric lighting for a wedding breakfast. 

Cedar Suite: takes up to 130 guests. Its floor-to-ceiling windows open onto a private terrace for outdoor drinks, perfect for a sunny summer afternoon. Below you can see the room set up ready for a celebration. 

Ivory Rooms: up to 120 guests in one or broken down into five different spaces.

Silk and Ocre suites: in the contemporary West Wing, they suit smaller weddings and have multiple configurations. 

The Mansion: takes up to 36 guests and looks out onto Charlotte’s Vale and manicured formal gardens.

Sunken Garden: you can have an outdoor ceremony in the Sunken Garden, surrounded by your family and friends, literally. 

The Grove’s address: Chandler’s Cross, Hertfordshire, WD3 4TG



Below are photos from Chloe and Hobart’s special day, where I was their wedding photographer at The Grove.
Their ceremony was in The Donneraile Room, their drinks in The Garden Room and their reception in the Potting Shed, inside the Victorian Walled Garden.