Trafalgar Park was built in the Wiltshire countryside in 1733 for Sir Peter Vandeput. Previous named Standlynch Park, the Estate offers plenty of space both at the front and rear of the main building for outdoor socialising and activities. The interior is just as impressive with several medium to large sized rooms with high ceilings and a true 18th century feel.
The venue offers the facilities and space for ceremonies and receptions. The ground can also be used to erect marquees and the track from the main road through the park offers privacy for you and your guests, this space also offers ampul parking for everyone, and remains unseen whilst looking toward the venue.
From a photographic point of view the venue has more than enough to offer, the grounds, well furnished rooms, covered front entrance with pillars and not to mention the stone wall at the front, offering great use of distance for us photographers from the front of the house.
All in all our experiences at Trafalgar Park have been very satisfying ones, where by the staff and catering teams have been very helpful to both us and the couple. Trafalgar Park is simply one of theses venues you would visit again and again.
View a wedding a Trafalgar Park here.
More info at: http://www.trafalgarpark.com/index.html
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