The opportunity to enjoy an unforgettable experience
Wormsley, combining its stunning estate grounds and locations, offers a wonderful blank canvass for individuals and organisations to create unique and unforgettable events and experiences. People speak about a sense of quietness, privacy and natural beauty when they visit Wormsley for the first time. Ingredients that are perfect for creating an experience that people will be talking about long after they have left the estate.
When Sir Paul Getty was introduced by Mick Jagger to the game of cricket when they were neighbours in Cheyne Walk in Chelsea, he soon fell in love with the quintessentially English game.
Wormsley is said by many to be one of the most beautiful cricket grounds in the whole of the United Kingdom.
- “ From local fixtures to international games ”
- “ Wormsley cricket pavilion and stands ”
- “ Spectacular grounds within the estate ”
The Beech woodlands, fields, roadways and parkland of the Estate offer a truly inspirational setting for a range of country activities.
- “ Fallow and Red Deer Stalking within the grounds ”
CORPORATE EVENTS & CONFERENCES
Over the last few years we have welcomed a number of corporate organisations to Wormsley, to host private meetings and events in one or more of our locations across the Estate.
- “ Fine dining in the boundary marquee ”
The wider estate grounds offer a beautiful setting and some of the necessary infrastructure for Festivals of up to 5,000 people. The Cricket Ground and Deer Park, set in a natural amphitheatre at the bottom of the valley, provide a terrific locations for larger events.
- “ Summer Festivals and private functions ”
A private, rural and beautiful valley, with an enviable location just 40 miles from Central London and 1 minute from the M40 (Jct 5), Wormsley is a proven filming location. The Estate consists of approximately 1,500 acres of beech woodland and 1,000 acres of deer park, grazing and open land, with a wonderful array of buildings and barns, as well as more formal gardens.
- “ Fantastic and varied locations across the estate ”
Garsington Opera was founded in 1989 by the late Leonard Ingrams and his wife Rosalind, at Garsington Manor near Oxford. In 2011, the company moved into its new home in the Opera Pavilion in the Deer Park at Wormsley.
- “ Stunning Opera Pavilion ”
WEDDINGS & CELEBRATIONS
Anyone who has visited Wormsley will often talk of the sheer beauty of the Estate. From the moment you drive through the gates and wind your way down into the valley, surrounded by fields and woodland, and with the resident Red Kites circling overhead, you know you’re in a special place.
- “ Dream wedding and party locations across the Estate ”