One of England's Premier Wedding Venues, built in 1545 by Sir John Wentworth, a member of Cardinal Wolsey’s household, Gosfield Hall hosted Royal visits by Queen Elizabeth 1 and her grand retinue throughout the middle of the 16th century. Gosfield Hall was remodelled during the 18th century and the magnificent Ballroom added and the deer park landscaped to become the family home of the Marquis of Buckingham. The rich elegance of the interior of Gosfield Hall makes it as unique today as it was as a Royal residence in the early 19th century. The Queen Charlotte's Oak panelled gallery with a 120 ft long aisle is perfect a grand entrance to your ceremony whilst the newly licensed carriageway provides a unique setting for outdoor ceremonies on sunny days. Located just 8 miles from Braintree and close to the M11, Gosfield Hall is easily accessible from London whilst providing the perfect rural setting for your wedding day.