The perfect Wedding Venue in Bury St Edmunds
make your big day special
Your wedding reception is no ordinary get-together and we know you want everything to be just right. At Ashlar House in Bury St Edmunds, you and your guests will enjoy the highest standards of service in impressive surroundings, with every comfort and convenience to add to the sense of occasion.
Our main function room can accommodate up to 300 seated without dancing (or 250 seated with dancing). It also divides into three smaller, self-contained spaces, the Saxon, Norman and Tudor Suites, separated by substantial partitioned walls and each with its own dance floor.
The spacious St Edmunds Bar adjoins the function suites and has plenty of tables and seating for your guests to take a break from dancing and enjoy a relaxing drink. In the summer months, we can serve cocktails or a welcome drink on the patio, which has direct access to the three function suites. As a Wedding Venue in Bury St Edmunds Ashlar House is very hard to beat.
A Wonderful Setting
Here you can see Ashlar House in it's full glory.
Our main function room accommodates up to 300 and divides into self-contained spaces
|Main function Suite||250 seated with dancing, 300 seated without dancing|
|Saxon Suite||150 seated|
|Norman Suite||120 seated|
|Tudor Suite||150 seated|
|St Edmunds Bar||80 Seated|
with a smile
We will be delighted to give you all the advice and assistance you need to make your wedding reception at Ashlar House a complete success. We can advise on menus, seating plans and the order of events, as well liaising with your own wedding planner and external suppliers, such as florists, musicians and entertainers.
Thank you All
Thanks to William for organising everything to our wishes and for suggesting the food and drink which was just right. Special thanks to Camilla for being on hand during the preparation.
The Best Day of My Life
Thank you all so much, you have made this the best day of my life!
Mother of the Bride
Could not have done more!
Will and the Team made our day, thank you so much!