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Set in the stunning North Cotswolds countryside is an 18th century Cotswold stone Farmhouse in 120 acres of its own farmland. Reached by a beautiful, tree lined drive, Norton Grounds is easily accessible from major cities and is located within a few miles of the popular towns of Broadway and Chipping Campden.



It offers award winning, chic country style bedrooms with spacious en-suites with roll top baths and luxurious linens. The accommodation comprises of a 4-bedroomed luxury barn, a one bedroomed cottage, a two bedroomed cottage and a three bedroomed converted Dovecote. Perfect for a wedding party or guests at your event.

The immaculate gardens provide the perfect spot for a drinks reception and games on the lawn, followed by a reception in a marquee on the paddock with views of the stunning stone farmhouse. Norton Grounds prides itself on flexibility and we are pleased to be able to offer this venue all year round for weddings and events.

Alternatively, we now have the option of the use of our beautifully converted Cotswold Stone Barn and attached Cow Shed. The perfect setting for wedding receptions up to 130 guests, private parties, Civil Ceremonies for up to 180 guests, drinks receptions, pre/post wedding celebrations.

Contact us for more information about Norton Grounds weddings and events.

Norton Grounds

Norton Grounds Birds eye view


Between the picturesque towns of Chipping Campden and Broadway

Accommodation - x 20
Groves Barn – sleeps 8 people in 4 ensuite bedrooms
Boddingtons Barn – one bedroom cottage
Old Mill Barn – sleeps 4 with 2 ensuite bedrooms
The Dovecote – sleeps 6 in 3 ensuite bedrooms


Marquee location
A flat paddock with views to the 18th century farmhouse


Marquee dining capacity
Up to 200


Barn Capacity
Seated Reception – 80 (The Threshing Barn) or 130 (The Cow Shed)
Civil Ceremony – 180


Event Management


Civil License

Yes for up to 120 guests in the Threshing Barn and 180 guests in the Cow Shed. Blessing welcome in the grounds.

Photos courtesy of:

Katrina Bartlam
Guy Hearn
Thomas J Photography
Simon Biffen
James Fear
Chris Greenwood

Barker Evans

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