£3,020 - £9,660 for Venue Hire
Up to 150
13 Bedrooms
Exclusive Use
Wedding Licence
Late Availability
Last Minute Dates Available
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Syrencot Pricing & Costs

Venue Hire Only

Prices Start At
Maximum Price
Based on exclusive use venue hire
What is included in this pricing:
Exclusive use
Day before set up available
Furniture included
Wedding coordinator available on the day
External caterers not permitted
Non consumables (e.g. linen, lights etc.)

In-house catering
(price per head)

Prices Start At
Maximum Price
What is included in this pricing:
Bespoke menu available
Wine allowance per guest
Cutlery included
Multiple course wedding breakfast
Table linen included
Syrencot Features & Capacity


Venue Type
Dining Capacity
Reception Capacity
No. of Bedrooms
Sleeps No. of People
Bridal Suite
Honeymoon Suite
Usual Access Time
09:00 AM
Usual Finish Time
12:00 AM

Ceremony & Reception

Sound System Available
Wedding Licence
Dancefloor Available
Outdoor Ceremony Available
Confetti Permitted


Landscaped Gardens
Exclusive Use
Bridal Changing Facilities
Disabled Access
On-Site Parking
Outdoor Reception Space
Grade I/II Listed Building
Pet Friendly
In-House Wedding Coordinator

Food and Drink

In-House Wine List
In-house Catering
Alcohol Licence

Cultural Specialists

Syrencot Full Description
Share your first kiss in The Glasshouse, your first dance in The Farmshed and your first night in The Master Suite in Syrencot House. This secluded country estate is where love stories are made. Your experience begins in The Billiard Room, where you’ll get ready with your nearest and dearest. This light and airy space sets the scene for charming preparation photos thanks to its vaulted ceiling and character windows. From here, only a picturesque stroll through the gardens separates you from your ceremony, coupling calmness with excitement in perfect harmony. Wander into the Walled Garden; a quintessentially English haven that will delight all the senses. Step into The Glasshouse to say ‘I do’ in front of your nearest and dearest. Blousy blooms fill the summertime garden with romance, while twinkling stems and frozen berries create a wonderland in winter. In every season, Syrencot is the perfect place in which to marry. The purpose-built Farmshed sets the scene for a celebration at Syrencot. Savour a fine dining wedding breakfast, expertly created by the on-site catering team, spill out onto the secluded terrace to raise a toast and then dance the night away back inside the atmospheric barn. In the colder months, light the central fireplace and set a relaxed and inviting atmosphere for your reception. As day turns to dusk, gather your guests beside the restored Pump House. Reborn with a barbecue and wood-fired pizza oven, take a seat, chill out with friends and tuck into a flame-cooked feast around the fire bowl. With 13 bedrooms in Syrencot House, there’s plenty of space for guests to stay. After saying goodnight, ascend your own private staircase to The Master Suite, where unbounded luxury awaits. Dream the night away in a plush bed, soak in the free-standing bath and wake to a wonderful view over the gardens.

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: The Syrencot Team
We would be delighted to provide the backdrop to your big day at Syrencot. Feel free to contact us to arrange a viewing of our beautiful venue with one of our team. Take a look at our website to see our availability calendar and everything Syrencot can offer you. We look forward to meeting you!


Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
More than 50
Public Liability Insurance
No. of People In Team
Lauren & Jon Hall
Happy couple married in April
April 2024
Our most perfect day!
The staff and the venue were so professional and ensured the smooth running of our day. The dinner service was perfect and many guests commented on how beautiful the venue was and the food was gorgeous!
Jack and Jill
Happy couple married in March
April 2024
Simply terrible
I attended a wedding at Syrencot House last week. I thought it would also be a good excuse to test the venue for our planned wedding without the effort of a separate trip. It’s safe to say that Syrencot is off our list. Firstly, the weather was terrible. This is a risk with any wedding in March, and of course, the venue cannot be held accountable for it. However, how they allow the weather to impact the comfort of their guests is most definitely within their control. And there’s no excuse for the comedy of errors that I experienced as a plus-one guest. Upon arrival the rain was lashing down and the ground was soaking. The gravel car park had a giant lake in the middle of it, and these puddles were repeated all the way to the venue itself. Ladies in high heels were noticeably uncomfortable as it was simply not possible to avoid all the puddles. Having arrived, soaked, we were dismayed to find that ‘the barn’ was freezing. The fire wasn’t lit, the heating wasn’t on. What’s worse is that the heating was never turned on, and the fire in the bar area was only lit after five PM and kept very small. This stingy attitude towards a few quid on the heating bill was a warning of what was to follow. The bar drinks were extortionate (£4.50 for a small bottle of Coors 0%) and served by a teenage ‘barman’ who didn’t know the difference between light and dark rum. Thank God nobody ordered any cocktails (that I saw at least). No cash accepted, cards only. After a few drinks and a single canape each it was off to ‘the glasshouse’, where, yet again, the heating wasn’t turned on. Thankfully the ceremony was a short one, and we duly formed a line and threw the confetti before being led around to the front of Syrencot House for the photos. Here the puddles caused yet more discomfort, as the party had to walk through one to get to the front of the house! The management must see these puddles every time it rains, there is simply no excuse for them. After an abortive photo session, the rain got the better of us and we were ushered to ‘the veranda’ for the photos. Imagine that you have paid for an expensive day at a posh country house. How do you feel about your main wedding photo looking like it was taken at the entrance to the food court at Marwell Zoo? Yup, that’s about the sum of it. And so it was back inside with lunch scheduled for 15:00. Calamity ensued as there were insufficient places set at our table, and our names despite being on the main table plan in bar area were not replicated at the table. We waited off to one side for twenty five minutes whilst the staff sorted out space (just) at another table. The didn’t sort out the champagne though, so we were left raising an empty glass for toasts- thankfully I wasn’t drinking anyway. Speeches ensued whilst the rain lashed down. At the end of the grooms speech, with perfect timing, the lights cut out. I waited with baited breath for something. But no, it was just a power cut. Now, powercuts can happen. But the lack of a backup generator is inexcusable. A power cut at a wedding venue has the potential to absolutely ruin a couples big day. The first few cuts lasted for a few minutes each, and presumably threw the kitchen into disarray as lunch wasn’t served until gone five. The last, much longer power cut was during the DJ set, and totally killed the vibe. All could (should?) have been prevented by the presence of a backup generator, at a dedicated wedding venue. Lunch finally arrived- very, very slowly. Syrencot presumably advertise ‘silver service’. Well if you’re going to do silver service, do it right. Having a bunch of clueless teenagers led by one long suffering old hand is a recipe for disaster. Lunch would have been a much better experience if they’d just use both hands and got stuff out before it got cold. They were terribly trained, and I felt so sorry from them. They knew they had to serve from one side and take from the other, they just didn’t know which! They were clearly terrified of making a mistake, and their every move was jumpy. The starter soup was reasonable- however the part-baked bread hadn’t been baked properly. The main was just awful- a solitary tough chicken leg on top of some lukewarm mash, and the smallest portion sizes you’ve ever seen, with barely cooked vegetables. The kids meals even worse- the kids burger was a quarter of an inch thick, on a plain roll with nothing else bar some chips and carrot sticks. They’d have got a better meal at a council daycare facility. But that’s not all. Oh no. The bride had ordered a burger. Someone saw fit to send out a kids meal, via silver service, to the bride at the top table on her wedding day. You couldn’t make it up. And when a replacement adults meal was sent out to her instead, it was cold. Let that sink in. They couldn’t even serve the bride a decent meal on her wedding day. Dessert was nice- but it was the bride’s wedding cake, and apparently Syrencot wanted to charge her extra for doing that. They could at least have served it well- my slice was literally half the size of my neighbours. Even the kids on my table got a larger portion! Every single bit of my experience at Syrencot felt as if the management ethos is ‘Who gives a crap? it’s a wedding- just treble the price’ The service and quality of food would be terrible at a village pub- for a wedding venue it’s just insulting.
Amy and Ross
Happy couple married in September
February 2024
Such a huge disappointment
I’ll start by saying we got married 6 months ago and still feel frustrated enough by the whole thing to leave a review now. When we first viewed the venue, we were sold the dream; a stunning dog friendly venue that prides itself on the best service. Sadly all bar the stunning venue, we found the rest to be a lie. The issues started after we had our planning meeting with our coordinator. We were told that we would need to sign a dog policy, write to the land owner referencing our dogs’ behaviour for permission (this turned out to not be the case), sign a ridiculous form which includes confirming our female dog won’t urinate on any grass and that in fact they are only allowed in the ceremony room and walled gardens on leads and when not there they have to be crated(!). I don’t see how with these strict rules they can honestly call themselves dog friendly. I know another bride who booked the venue specifically to have her dog there but could make the logistics worked and ended up in tears on her wedding day over it. This was just the beginning, we have a 1 year old. At first we were told a cot would be available during our stay. Then two months before, we were told that the cot is not longer available for health and safety concerns. I spoke to them after this and mentioned that it was a little disappointing, they then replied to say that on this occasion they would honour it and allow use- despite being witheld for health and safety reasons- needless to say, we politely declined the offer not wanting to put our baby in a death trap! The planning continued to be a headache. They require OTT risk assessments and insurance docs for every single supplier to be sent to them in advance which caused unnecessary wedmin for couples before their big day. Be warned, some suppliers won’t work with them because they are renowned for being the most difficult wedding supplier in the area and won’t be wedding market picking up, suppliers can choose to be a little picky if they don’t need the headache. They also tried to overcharge us for the stay at Syrencot House quite significantly which involved a lot of more unnecessary stress. To date, their invoice still doesn’t add up! The venue give you an arrival time of 9am which my suppliers were worried about. Knowing another (unhappy) bride who got married there, she advised we ask to arrive at 8am (as she did). The unhelpful wedding coordinator outright said no. However, speaking to someone else they said it wouldn’t be a problem! The morning itself was lovely until our event coordinator turned up for her shift. She came in the the bridal suit and you could tell she was moody. After a quick forced hello, she left and returned about an hour later. When she returned she told us we had an hour to pack up the bridal suite. Fine. She then came back 30 minutes later and snapped at us all, “you know you’ve only got 30 minutes, you need to get all this stuff out”. She made everyone stressed and also there was no offer of help. Her attitude was disgusting. Even our suppliers commented on her awful approach. Once we cleared the room, we made our way to the honeymoon suite. Around 45 minutes before the ceremony she came up with no prior warning and said the registrar is ready for you. My baby had just woken up and was crying, I asked if I could settle him and sooth him. She looked at her watch, said we don’t have time, we’re running late and forced me to leave my upset baby. Turns out after I’d met with them I was waiting around for ages in a guest room (as I wasn’t allowed back in the honeymoon suite for whatever reason) and we were actually early for the ceremony. She rushed us so much unnecessarily that I didn’t have time to put my earrings on and my baby was so stressed before and during the ceremony, all of which could have been prevented if she showed a little compassion and consideration (and didn’t lie about the time pressures)! The service didn’t get any better. I was expecting (as we paid and it was our day) to be regularly looked after for drinks and canapés but we had one drink immediately after. We were having photos and no one came to top us up, didn’t have another drink until the wedding breakfast. They really should have asked if they could get us anything in that 4 hours, is it too much to ask after you’ve paid them Circe £25k?! We resorted to getting waters from the hotel rooms. The wedding breakfast wasn’t any better, I (the bride) was served the wrong starter and we were very much neglected. The service wasn’t what we expected, a thorough disappointment. The food was good though. Going in to the evening we didn’t even get any pizza we ordered, again, poor front on the service side. I’ve been to so many weddings in less service focussed venues and at all the bride and groom are so excellently looked after. We were left to our own. The following morning when we went to collect our items from the farm shed we noticed all the leftover wedding favours we missing (biscuits with guests names on). There were about 20 left over and somehow they all disappeared after guests left the room ready for the transition to the evening event. We hired Syrencot House for exclusive access, unfortunately that proved not to be the case as they decided to show people around the venue and even enter the breakfast room where most of us were at the time. My advice to any future bride would be to find another venue, as stunning as it is, the service and stress simply wasn’t worth it. Frankly, you don’t get what you pay for.
Response from the venue
Hi Amy & Ross, Our General Manager has been attempting to reach out to you regarding your recent review. An email has been sent to your inbox, and we are hopeful for the opportunity to speak with you at your earliest convenience. Best regards, The Syrencot Team
Venue responded
Happy couple married in April
May 2022
April Wedding
Syrencot is an absolutely stunning venue and having our wedding here was the best decision that we made! The venue provided the perfect backdrop for our photos, the food was complimented by all of the guests and the accommodation is modern and comfortable. I would recommend this venue to anyone!
Georgina Smith
Wedding: October
October 2021
Lovely setting
I recently attended a family wedding at Syrencot. The setting is lovely, the food could not be faulted and the staff were both professional and friendly; a credit to the business. The whole day was lovely.
Georgia Smith
Wedding: September
November 2021
The whole day was lovely
I recently attended a family wedding at Syrencot. The setting is lovely, the food could not be faulted and the staff were both professional and friendly; a credit to the business. The whole day was lovely.

Syrencot Open Event

19th May 2024
Attend an exclusive Open Event at this magical venue, explore the flower-filled Walled Garden and and their contemporary reception space, The Farmshed. Visit their website or call to book.
Syrencot Location & Contact Details


Syrencot, Figheldean, Wiltshire, SP4 8LB, England

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