Creeksea Place

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Creeksea Place is an incredible Tudor mansion hidden in the heart of the Essex Countryside.

Particularly special to our family as my little sister was one of the first people ever to be married there and my niece had the first naming ceremony on the same day! Somewhat of a bizarre coincidence that the house, built in 1569 was the seat of the Harris family and that Harris was my sister’s new surname!

With a choice of places to be actually married in, from the walled garden to the marble pergola in the orchard, to the stunning house itself if the weather isn’t so kind, Creeksea Place is one of the most versatile Essex wedding venues. The fabulous lawn is the perfect spot for reception drinks, with the magnificent house as a backdrop and leads down to the lake and Victorian bridge. After the wedding breakfast in the fantastically spacious marquee, the gardens are lit with spotlights, candles and torches for a touch of true romance!