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Marsh Farm

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Marsh Farm Wedding Photography

Marsh Farm is a beautiful Grade II listed thatched wedding barn is perfect whether your wedding plans are for a small, intimate ceremony, or lavish and grand event, with a capacity for up to 120 guests for your civil wedding ceremony and seating for up to 120 for the wedding breakfast.

The Barn is notable for it’s beautiful Elizabethan oak timbers and huge glazed openings that allow light to fill the space. It is a very special place to have all of your loved ones around to share your special day in beautiful surroundings. The barn has a stunning formal courtyard perfect for photographs and a drink after the wedding ceremony allowing you to enjoy the far reaching views out over the Suffolk countryside with the sun setting in the distance after the wedding breakfast.

Marsh Farm is just a few minutes drive from the Broads, a National Park area where there are lots of opportunities for boating and walking. The Barns are situated amidst grass and clover meadows close to a meandering stream in the heart of the Waveney valley. These Grade II listed barns have been beautifully converted to create a top of the range holiday property, spacious and comfortable and absolutely ideal for an extended family or group of friends.

White Dove Barn has a suntrap terrace and views over the meadows of the Waveney Valley whilst Bobbys Barn has lovely long distance westerly views over the fields. They are quite close to the village of Ellough with its ancient church, the site of a heathen temple of the Norsemen (elgr was the Norse word for temple).

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