Wedding Videos in Surrey
Surrey has a special place in my heart. I grew up in Godalming and went to school in both Godalming and then later in Guildford. I have also lived in Guildford and enjoyed many Sunny Sundays mountain biking in the Surrey Hills. Prior to moving down to Brighton in 2008 Guildford was a great base from which to film wedding videos in Surrey. I started my wedding video business filming weddings at some of Surrey’s most iconic wedding venues. As a result, I have developed a relationship with many of the staff and owners of Surrey’s wedding venues. We’re often on first name terms having known each other for over 10 years. Having moved to Brighton I am still regularly visiting the fantastic wedding venues in Surrey. In particular, I am regularly filming wedding videos at Ramster Hall and Wotton House.
Wedding Venues in Surrey
Ramster Hall is a very special wedding venue for me as it was one of the first venues I filmed Wedding Videos in Surrey! Located in Chiddingfold, just down the road from where I grew up in Busbridge just outside of Godalming. Since 2006 I film at least one wedding a year at Ramster Hall and I never tire of being there. In both the Long Hall or Great Drawing Room it can seat 160 guests. You have a grand piano on hand, Samurai warriors and a huge fireplace for comforting log fires in the colder months. The gardens are so special they are an attraction in their own right with plenty of visitors in the Summer months.
Wedding Videos in Surrey – Ramster Hall
Botleys Mansion & Cain Manor, both are part of the prestigious Bijou group. As a result, these venues have excellent customer service and organisational capability. Every couple whose wedding I have filmed at a Bijou venue have been very impressed with how professional the staff are and how smoothly their wedding runs.
Gate Street Barn is a very special place, it is unbelievably secluded despite being a few miles out of Guildford. The barn is gorgeous, its made in a traditional style from local Oak trees lost in the 1987 storm and right next to the garden is a hobby herd of English Long Horn cattle. I’m very fond of this venue as I used to cycle past the little country lane that led to this venue and I had no idea what was at the end of it. There is a very luxurious country chalet feeling to this venue.
My favourite part of this wedding venue is the 500-year-old door at the main entrance. Its got that gnarled old wood look that you can imagine on a castle. If you keep your eyes open there are so many elegant touches to Great Fosters. Lots of ancient window frames and lovely decorations. Its right on the M25 but a fully intact grade I listed 16th Century Mansion. An amazing Tithe Barn for wedding breakfasts and bright conservatory/orangery for civil ceremonies. The gardens are second to none with an actual maze and lots of nooks and crannies to get lost in.
Wotton House is another stunning location, nestled within the Surrey Hills near Dorking. I have very fond memories of Dorking and the surrounding hills as its where you will find some of the best mountain biking in the South East. When you can’t see the house from the road and the driveway takes you past fields and a small woodland you know you are somewhere special. Once you finally approach the gates you are greeted with a stunning view of the main entrance. Boasting a Roman temple in the Grade II Italian gardens the 17th-century house itself has lots of gorgeous details with grand vaulted ceilings, original fireplaces and lots of original wooden panelling. In 2018 I was lucky enough to film Al & Jo’s wedding at Wotton House, they had a blast!