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With three churches in walking distance – some on the river and approachable by boat – and many other beautiful churches in the outlying villages, as little as 10 or 15 minutes-drive away, it can be a joy to visit us and plan time to explore the local area for the perfect church for your dream wedding. We would highly recommend combining your visit with a gentle walk in the countryside, and lunch at one of the many local pubs!
A lovely 5-minute walk across the park brings you to our main church; built anew in 1831 after the previous church tower collapsed, All Saints stands perfectly beside Marlow’s famous suspension bridge next door to CourtGarden House.
Tucked away down St Peter’s Street and around an 8-minute walk from CourtGarden House, this little Catholic church was built by the elder Pugin in 1846.
All Saints Bisham stands on the River Thames, just 5-minutes drive from CourtGarden House on the opposite bank of the river. It dates back to Norman times, with a bell that is reputed to have chimed around the time of Agincourt (1415). Couples have been known to travel from All Saints to their reception at CourtGarden House by boat – and even by paddle board!
Renowned for being the church featured in the BBC’s Vicar of Dibley, St Mary’s in pretty Turville dates back to the 12th century and is a 20-minute drive from CourtGarden House.
Originally a wooden structure built around 640 AD, the quaint riverside village of Medmenham is situated between Henley and Marlow and is just 15 minutes’ drive from CourtGarden House
We have loved our family weddings and christenings at this beautiful little church. Tucked away at the bottom of Little Marlow, it is a lovely quiet setting with a pretty lychgate. The church is just 15-minutes drive from CourtGarden House