Type of Ceremony
Civil ceremony licensed
Humanist / Celebrant weddings
Dry Hire Available
Outside Caterers Permitted
One wedding per day
Live music permitted
Onsite car parking
What Our Couples Love
- Licenced for weddings
- Dry hire available
- Car parking facilites
- Disabled access
- Wedding receptions
- Rustic wedding venue
- 17th Century barn
Frequently asked questions
Can we have exclusive use of the venue?
This is possible, but please call for more information
Are you licenced for civil ceremonies?
Can we have the wedding ceremony outdoors?
Yes if it is a celebrant led wedding
Do you charge corkage if we supply our own wine?
Can we use our own caterers?
From what time can we get access to decorate the venue?
The day before the event.
What time does the reception need to finish?
11pm to finish at Midnight
Are there noise restrictions if we have a live band?
We request that guests are considerate to our neighbours.
Are fireworks allowed?
Is confetti allowed?
Yes, but biodegradable only
Are candles allowed?
Yes but with restrictions, please call for more information.
Is there a honeymoon or bridal suite?
Is there accommodation on site?
Is there additional accommodation nearby?
About Cogges Manor Farm
Cogges is an idyllic and unique location for a wedding venue in Witney, Oxfordshire. Our two stunning 17th century barns are licensed, and provide a wonderful setting to have your wedding or reception in the Cotwolds - only 30 minutes from Oxford.
We offer the use of our 2 fantastic barns either with dry hire or you can choose from our recommended local suppliers to help you plan your wedding day. Our rustic charm gives you the opportunity to style and dress the venue how you wish.
Our wedding coordinator Laura would be pleased to help you plan your dream wedding to ensure the smooth running of your big day.
Based in Witney, West Oxfordshire we have easy access from brides out of our region and ample car parking facilities.
We are also known as Yew Tree Farm in the famous TV programme Downton Abbey which was filmed here at Cogges Manor Farm throughout the series aired on television.