Blenheim Palace has added two new venues for weddings and civil ceremonies.
Set in rural Oxfordshire, Blenheim Palace has revealed two new wedding venues to its repertoire of ceremonial spaces.
Responding to increasing demand and popularity, Blenheim Palace now offers the Malplaquet and Oudenarde Rooms. Named after battles fought and won by Sir John Churchill, the first Duke of Malborough, the rooms cater for small services, accommodating up to 18 people.
The rooms join the series of Campaign Rooms, adding to the six different venues within Blenheim Palace in which to host receptions of up to 500 guests.
Heather Carter, head of operations says: “Combined with our extraordinary selection of reception venues; ranging from the Great Hall and Long Library to The Orangery and The Water Terraces means we are able to provide a huge variety of venues in a truly unique and historic location.”