St Audries Park Manor house

St Audries Main House


St Audries Garden

A Few more Long exposure shots from the  wedding I attended here in England

it was just a perfect setting


From Wikipedia

St Audries Park Manor house at West Quantoxhead in the Quantock Hills of Somerset, England the manor house of the Aclands was rebuilt on the site of an earlier house, between 1835 and 1870[1] and has had a number of owners since Sir Alexander sold the building.

The property was divided in 1934, when the house was sold and turned into St Audries School,[1] which remained in occupation until 1990, when the house was sold to the Amitabha Buddhist Centre.

It was sold again in 2001,[2] and is now owned and operated by Country House Wedding Ltd,[3] specialising in weddings within country house settings.[4]

The Manor House itself consists of the Great Hall with a soaring vaulted ceiling, an oak panelled library and classically proportioned elegant dining and drawing rooms.[5]

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23 Responses to St Audries Park Manor house

  1. What a venue! You must have had a ball in a place like that. MM 🍀

  2. sarahcolliver says:

    Very atmospheric – I love this shot!

  3. Absolutely stunning…

  4. Ajaytao2010 says:

    Beautiful timing exposure

  5. Shivani Panchmatia says:


  6. archecotech says:

    My first response was Ooooo, wow. Love what can happen with night photos, thanks.

  7. archecotech says:

    The pictures remind of something out of a mystery novel. Excellent Photos.

  8. Stacey Moyse says:

    Simply beautiful pictures, Brings back such happy memories. Can you email these pics if you havent already. Your very talented

  9. Pingback: Tribute to Ajaytao2010 | Michael Wilson

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