North Cadbury Court Country House Venue

Our stunning Grade 1 16th-century country house and its 1,500 acres is available for your exclusive use for weddings, corporate events, family holidays, special celebrations and many other events. 

Owned by the Montgomery family - world famous for their Cheddar cheese - the magnificent Court and its parkland with 25 bedrooms, large dining hall, ballroom, various ‘break-out’ rooms, lawn tennis courts, lake, roof-top golf tee, indoor swimming pool and spa, is available throughout the year. Staying at North Cadbury Court gives you total flexibility and freedom to use this large county house as you wish (and there are NO extra charges like corkage) with an on-site event planner at your disposal if required. 

North Cadbury Court was built for entertaining and its huge ballroom and large panelled hall next door is perfect for that purpose today.  We can easily accommodate 50 guests overnight and seat up to 160 at a banquet in the Ballroom. While the house is awesome, it also has a warm homely feel, is extremely comfortable and the emphasis is very much on fun.

 On-site activities include swimming, golf, bumper balls, fishing, pedalos, tennis, croquet and archery, basement casino and disco. The massive range of facilities available on site means long stays are never dull and any form of family fun or team building is easy.

We are only 1 hour 40 mins by train from London and about 2 hours by car, conveniently close to the A303. Set in glorious Somerset countryside, North Cadbury Court’s rural setting includes Cadbury Hill Fort (said to be the home of King Arthur's Camelot), welcoming local pubs, tea room and a village shop all within walking distance. 

EPIC, AWESOME, UNBELIEVABLE, FABULOUS, WONDERFUL, AMAZING, HUMBLING, PERFECT, WARM, ENCHANTING, HUGE, RELAXING, STUNNING, INSPIRING, LOVELY, BEAUTIFUL, MAGNIFICENT, HOMELY,  WELCOMING...............AND SO MUCH MORE!!                                                                                        Charlie Malt  (guest 19th Feb. 2017)