Come and have a look around one of the best, and long established Wedding Venues in Essex. Our Coordinators will be on-hand to provide you with all the information you need, including a detailed written quotation based on your requirements.
Newland Hall has been a specialist wedding venue for nearly 21 years. We provide a totally flexible approach to organising weddings from 4 to 200 guests, all year round.
Based on an enormous amount of experience we offer 4 packages as a starting point. These packages can then be customised to meet your exact requirements.
We do not have a “minimum numbers” policy for any package, or for any dates.
The beautiful setting at Newland Hall makes it a perfect venue for a wedding reception.Enjoy your wedding breakfast in the beautiful Tudor Manor House, or our superb traditional marquee located in the moated gardens. As a permanent structure it is fully lined and has a solid carpeted floor, oak faced bar, large dance floor, sound system, washrooms and is heated.
Through extensive and detailed research we have achieved the ultimate wedding reception environment by having both the house, and the superb atmosphere of a marquee with the comfort and high standards of an indoor venue.
Your chosen reception location will be laid-up to a very high standard, using quality furniture, linen and fine bone china crockery. A wide range of high quality menu options are available, along with an excellent selection of wines and fully licensed bar.
The Manor of ‘Newlanda’ belonged to King Harold before the Norman conquest, and was the only land-holding in Roxwell specifically listed in the Domesday Book of 1086. It was so named because it was created out of untamed forest on ‘newly won land’. The land was held by Eustace, Earl of Boulogne. At the beginning of the 13th century Newland was held by Ralph de la Neweland, and for the next two centuries it remained in the hands of his descendants.