Situated in the South West of England in Somerset near Wincanton, the house it set within its own grounds and secluded private parkland. Yarlington House is a family home, owned and lived in by Count Charles and Countess Carolyn de Salis. The house was built in 1782 on the outskirts of the pretty little village of Yarlington, the first house to be formed in the area. The elegant Georgian architecture is carried out throughout the exterior and interior, clearly demonstrating the period with mellow bricks and textiles. The house has many features including a walled kitchen garden and dovecote. In the mid-1800’s the west wing was added to create more space for entertaining.
The extension is home to the music room with oak-panelled walls, large windows and paintings. The main hall of the house is bright, roomy and exquisitely furnished. It works really well as a meeting or drinks area for guests. The dining room with its light and airy feel looks out on to the gardens. Hung with tapestries and furnishings the room is extremely popular for receptions and formal dinners.
Since owning the house the count and countess have complemented the grounds and gardens by building the sunken wall knows as a “ha ha”, planting many trees and creating a sunken garden by the lawn.
A Marquee Wedding on the Lawn
Yarlington house is a dreamlike location for a Civil Wedding Ceremony or Wedding Reception with many happy couples supporting this. With the large parkland grounds the house offers complete privacy and exclusivity to guests. The apple pergola in the garden is licensed for civil ceremonies and is a beautiful setting for spring and summer weddings. If a more traditional ceremony is sought after, the village of Yarlington also offers a delightful little church just down the road from the house.
The house and gardens is a chocolate-box setting for wedding receptions with a lot of space and flexibility. For unlimited numbers a marquee on the lawn is idyllic and the possibilities become endless. The house has limited rooms available in the house but a yurt in a secluded spot is not unheard of. Use of a heated pool in the summer months is also offered.
A room is may be accessible for the bride and groom throughout the day to change in and can also be available as a “honeymoon suite” on their wedding night.
Yarlington house is a popular and admired venue for weddings and events and Abbas Marquees are proud to be the sole supplier.
Somerset BA9 8DY
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