Aerial view of Cain Manor in Hampshire on a wedding day. The front of the property is bathed in soft light, surrounded by lush greenery, creating a romantic and enchanting atmosphere for the celebration

Cain Manor, Hampshire – Wedding Venue


123 Indoor ceremony

123 Banquet

170 Evening guests


1 Bridal Suite

10 Further Rooms


Exclusive usage for 24 hours


Wheelchair Access


In summary, Cain Manor is a stunning countryside venue located in Hampshire, England. The venue is set in beautiful gardens and surrounded by tranquil countryside, making it the perfect place to celebrate your big day. The venue includes a variety of elegant reception rooms and can accommodate up to 150 guests. The venue is known for its picturesque setting, excellent food and service and received excellent reviews from previous couples. The postcode for Cain Manor is GU34 4BW and the website is

One of the main attractions of Cain Manor is its picturesque setting down a long winding drive. The venue is located on a hilltop, surrounded by rolling hills and lush greenery. The gardens at Cain Manor are particularly beautiful, with a variety of different areas to explore, including a pond, a wildflower meadow, and a terraced area.

The interior of Cain Manor is just as impressive as the exterior. The venue is decorated in a traditional and elegant style, with a mix of modern and vintage elements. The grand ballroom is particularly impressive, with high ceilings, chandeliers, and large windows that flood the room with natural light.

A Little Less Known History

As a local who knew the original owners of Cain Farm, Cain Manor was a 16th century Tudor home with a large oak framed barn on the estate that had become dilapidated. Mr Edward Fox started to reinstate the house using traditional methods of building construction to form a new family home for his wife and three children. Sadly they never moved into Cain Manor as Ed’s wife passed away in the mid 1980’s.

Ed and his children remained in the existing family bungalow on the estate. When Ed passed away in 2002, the farm was separated and sold as a farm and Cain Manor. Applications and alterations where made to the manor to make it fit to hold weddings in 2005 and then in 2011 they also sought a wedding ceremony licence which was granted. The Manor is no owned and run by the hotel chain, Harpers Wedding Group.

For more information about Cain Manor visit their website

Address : Cain Manor, Churt Road, Headley Down, Bordon GU35 8SR – Map view

Top 5 Reasons To Hire A Wedding Videographer

  1. Capturing memories: A wedding videographer will capture the sights and sounds of your special day, creating a lasting memory that you can watch and relive for years to come.
  2. Storytelling: A good videographer will tell the story of your wedding day through their footage, capturing the emotions, moments, and details that make your day unique.
  3. Professionalism: Hiring a professional videographer ensures that your wedding video will be produced to a high standard, with excellent quality footage, lighting and sound.
  4. Flexibility: A wedding videographer can work with you to create a video that reflects your personal style and preferences, whether you want a traditional, documentary or cinematic style.
  5. It’s a different perspective: A videographer will capture the day from a different perspective than still photography, and can provide different angles and movements that will give you a different memory of your day.

Other Venues in Hampshire

There are many wedding venues in the Hampshire district and some of my personal favourites are;

  1. Sandford Springs, Kingsclere, Tadley RG26 5RT
  2. The Tithe Barn, Petersfield, GU31 5RQ
  3. The Spinnaker Tower, Portsmouth, PO1 3TT
  4. The Elvetham, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire RG27 8AS
  5. Lainston House, Sparsholt, Winchester, Hampshire SO21 2LT

Frequently Asked Questions

I’m based in Surrey, but will definitely travel if needed. I enjoy being able to explore new locations and love to do destination weddings. I am well-known for my videography throughout London, Kent, Essex, and other areas of the UK.

I do not limit myself on hours. I will often stay 11 hours or more to ensure I have all the footage I need to tell your wedding story. My day will begin just before you start preparing for the wedding. I will continue to film throughout the day until approximately 30 minutes after you have the first dance. Arrangements can be made if I need to stay a bit longer.

I record the preparation, the ceremony, the speeches, the first dance, and any other event you would like.

I maintain a fairly tight schedule and limit the number of weddings I accept. A flexible schedule allows me to devote the time I need to my existing clients. 28 days is the soonest you will receive them. 90 days is the longest you may have to wait. Teaser videos are often ready in just a few days.

Yes! I will work with your photographer so that we both have the positioning we need to provide you with quality photographs and videos.

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