About Burloes Hall

When Katharine & Nicole, two friends with their love of walking their gorgeous dogs and who had conquered The Great North Run together, decided to set up the business, they agreed on three rules:

  1. They would only have one function a week – they wanted the occasion to be special, not part of a production line
  2. Delivering a personal service would always be paramount – their focus would be on the joy of the experience, not the bottom line
  3. Integrity and honesty would always underpin their business values – no ifs, no buts.

Seven years later, nothing has changed. You will always deal with the principals of the business, supported by their team of specialists.

 

Burloes, where ‘special’ really does mean ‘special’.

Meet The Team

Nicole, Katharine, Dora, Nutmeg, Gertie and Chilli Pepper look forward to welcoming you to Burloes Hall for your function.

A Rich History

Burloes Hall, a beautiful Queen Anne Style country house, is set in almost 1,000 acres of rolling Hertfordshire countryside and farmland.

The estate, which is owned by Sir Francis & Lady Katharine Newman was originally bought by Francis Newman’s grandfather, Sir Cecil Newman, in 1923.

Situated on the Greenwich Meridian, the Estate is near the crossroads of two ancient roads, the Icknield Way and Ermine Street.

Unfortunately, the original house burnt down in 1929 but, building it allowed the family to extend and modernise their home. The Hall was completed in 1937.

During the Second World War, Sir John Mills the film and theatre actor was stationed at RAF Barkway and dined regularly with the Newman family.

Burloes Hall guests gatherine in front of house

The Perfect View

Today Burloes Hall is the centre of a thriving estate and a happy family home.

Its gardens provide an ideal venue for weddings, events and parties, as well as the perfect backdrop for any film or promotional video.

The Hall’s generous lawns are bordered by handsome beech trees and mature yew hedges enclose secret Edwardian gardens, offering old world charm.

All that's holding you back is your imagination...

Weddings

Only minutes from a beautiful 13th century church, this corner of North Hertfordshire is ideal for anyone who might want to combine a traditional church wedding with a vista rich reception.

Our beautiful pole marquee, which can seat up to 250 people, gives you the freedom to create a space to match your imagination.

A stage to let your best ideas become reality...

Corporate Events

Whether you are planning a corporate event, a charity fundraiser, an annual get together or a celebratory party, start with a breathtaking venue.

Capable of seating up to 250 people in a classic round table formation, our space can be adapted to any configuration and layout.