Cumberland Lodge is a stunning, historic venue with a warm welcome, making it a distinctive choice for luxury weddings and civil partnerships.
View onto the lawn from the Tapestry Hall, at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park

Cumberland Lodge is a Grade II* listed, 17th century former royal residence set in extensive grounds in the heart of Windsor Great Park and steeped in the nation's history. It is available to book for wedding receptions and celebrations of all sizes, with exclusive use of the house and grounds available on selected dates.

** We are currently open for boutique wedding receptions for up to 30 people, in line with Government guidance, and welcome enquiries about receptions of all sizes, for summer 2021 and beyond. Short-notice bookings can often be accommodated. **

The house has been home to kings, dukes, princes and princesses, lords and ladies, and has a long association with the title of Ranger of the Great Park. It has also featured in films such as The King's Speech, starring Colin Firth. It is lovingly run as a country home rather than a hotel. We pride ourselves on a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, where special things happen and nothing is too much trouble.

We offer flexible spaces, with seating for up to 90 guests (at full capacity) in our wood-panelled dining rooms for larger receptions and celebrations, and a choice of elegant reception rooms and 56 individually styled, en-suite guest bedrooms. For smaller weddings, we can seat up to 30 in the historic Prince Christian Dining Room, or up to 16 in our light and airy Princess Helena Room.

We make every effort to ensure that your special day is an occasion to treasure. We work with you from start to finish to get all the details right, from guidance on menu selection and dining options from Robert, our long-standing Head Chef, to the professional guidance of our experienced wedding co-ordinators.

Boutique weddings

Our boutique wedding receptions are available for parties of up to 30 guests, with sole use of our Drawing Room and grounds (weather permitting), as well as our Sitting Room and Ante Room for parties of 15 or more.

£3,000 venue hire for parties of up to 15

£4,000 venue hire for parties of 15–30

Enjoy canapés on arrival, a sumptuous three-course wedding breakfast in one of our historic dining rooms, and an elegant evening in our elegant reception rooms with a light supper provided. In fine weather, wedding parties spill out onto the lawn, through our iconic Tapestry Hall doors, to mingle in the tranquil grounds and watch the sun set over rolling hills and distant vineyards.

Dining package - £135 per person / Drinks package - £22 per person

We also offer a complimentary menu consultation for the wedding couple, for every booking of ten people or more, and the services of one of our experienced wedding co-ordinators.

Overnight accommodation is available on a bed-and-breakfast basis, with your choice of beautiful bedrooms, each with sweeping views over beautiful parkland.

Overnight accommodation:

  • £135 for a standard room (single occupancy)
  • £150 for standard room (double/twin occupancy)
  • £190 for a deluxe room (double occupancy)

Short-notice bookings can often be accommodated. Full details of our boutique weddings can be downloaded below, including sample menus. All prices quoted above include VAT and are valid for bookings in 2021-22.

Please contact our Meetings & Events team at or call 01784 220521

Exclusive-use wedding receptions

You can find out more about our exclusive-use wedding receptions for larger parties in the brochure below, and a copy can be downloaded in PDF at the bottom of this page, along with full details of our rates for 2021-22 and sample menus.

We hope to be able to offer larger receptions again, in the coming months, subject to Government guidelines. Please enquire for dates and availability, through to 2023.

Other special events

We welcome enquiries about special events of all kinds, including family celebrations, private dinners, funeral wakes or memorials.

We have a small chapel on site, which is available for small religious blessing services or commemorations, and our reception rooms are available to book for special occasions, throughout the year. Please enquire for further details.

We welcome all enquiries about photo-shoots or filming at Cumberland Lodge. Please note that all commercial filming enquiries are managed on our behalf by Film Fixers.

Frequently asked questions

Yes, but only biodegradable confetti or fresh/dried flower petals, and within the grounds of Cumberland Lodge. Confetti bombs are not allowed inside the house and carry a penalty fee for cleaning.

We do not allow balloons or sky lanterns to be released outside, as they can be hazardous to the livestock kept in the Park.

We do not allow fireworks, out of consideration for our neighbouring residents and livestock in the Park.

Whilst we do not have our own Toastmaster or Master of Ceremonies, but our wedding advisers typically work with your groomsmen or bridal party to co-ordinate key announcements during the reception.

Cumberland Lodge is in a private and secluded parkland setting. We have plenty of free parking on site, and cars may be left overnight at the owner’s risk for collection the next morning by 10.30am at the latest.

Yes, coaches are welcome but please inform your wedding adviser at least six weeks in advance, so that they can arrange for security access. Please also inform your coach company to use the Bishopsgate entrance to the Park only (TW20 0XU). Please also enquire if you would like to arrive by horse and carriage.

We have a disabled-access toilet on the ground floor of the main Lodge and in Groom’s House, and two easy-access, en-suite bedrooms via the lift. The main Lodge and the ground floor of The Mews and Groom’s House are also wheelchair accessible, as are the gardens.

We have two highchairs and there are baby-changing facilities within the disabled bathroom on the ground floor of the Lodge.

The Bar closes at 11.30pm (or in line with current Government guidelines, during the COVID-19 pandemic), and we request that music finishes at midnight, out of consideration for our neighbours and staff who live on site.

Dogs are not allowed on site, apart from trained access dogs accompanying guests.

For safety and security reasons this is not permitted.

The use of drones within the Great Park is strictly prohibited.

We do not have outdoor heaters.