Huntstile Organic Farm Weddings

Huntstile Organic Farm, Somerset

Huntstile Organic Farm Weddings

Set in the foothills of the tranquil Quantock Hills, this Somerset wedding venue really does have something different to offer. The name says it all really, as at Huntstile Organic Farm you will find yourself immersed in a true countryside experience, complete with 14th Century farmhouse plus pigs, chickens and a dairy onsite! The venue is dog-friendly (how could it not be?!) and also one of the best eco-friendly wedding venues I have come across. Huntstile is a unique choice for a Somerset wedding venue, not least because it is a working farm, offering a vintage, relaxed feel but it truly offers it all with professional service and outstanding food, plus the ability to stay onsite. There are two options for your civil wedding ceremony at Huntstile Organic Farm: the Dining Hall, seating a maximum of 65 and the fabulous Garden Room which can host upto 120 inside, but can also be used for outdoor wedding ceremonies. Church ceremonies can be catered for at the delightful little church just 1 mile away and for something totally different, you can even have a blessing in the Stone Circle on the farm, with guests transported by tractor and trailer!

Kez and James, Huntstile Organic Farm from Simon Biffen.

Accommodation for up to 35 guests is included in the price and for those adventurous enough to camp, pitches can accommodate a further 30. To top it all off, dining options at Huntstile Organic Farm provided by the onsite catering team and using home-grown and local produce, ranges from banquet buffets to table service to sharing platters. From a working farm, you really can expect the best, freshest wedding breakfast possible!

Check out examples of my Huntstile Organic Farm wedding photography below and these awesome wedding days to see how I capture a typical day!

Huntstile Organic Farm Wedding - Kez and James

Huntstile Organic Farm Wedding - Nicola and Richard

Looking for a Huntstile Organic Farm wedding photographer? Please do get touch via the contact page, I’d love to hear from you!


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