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Weddings

Celebrate your special day In Style with Paris House

Paris House is a Michelin recommended fine dining tasting menu restaurant set in 22 acres of deer park on the Woburn Estate.

We offer a unique venue for intimate wedding breakfasts. Our tasting menu format means that we can work with you to design a bespoke menu to wow your guests. Paris House is such a magical venue, it wraps up parties of up to 36 people perfectly.

Even for parties of 8-14, we can make your day truly special. Call our events team on 01525 290692 to find out more.

Just a quick note to say thank you so much for helping to make Oliver and Johanna’s wedding on Friday so very special. Every aspect of the celebrations at Paris House was perfect – the room, the view, the service, the wine and, of course, the delicious food. All our guests had a wonderful time. Thank you.

Johanna’s Parents

Give the Magic of Paris House

If it’s wedding gifts that you’re looking for then you’ve come to the right place.

The Paris House team has created a fabulous series of behind the scenes experiences that enhance the fun and enjoyment of Paris House even further – perfect for the newlywed couple.

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The perfect place to pop the question.

Guests can dine at the iconic Chef’s Table, in the heart of the kitchen (£445 for 2 with wine) or book a cosy corner in our intimate restaurant. Our reservations team are always very excited to help plot your perfect proposal – do give us a call on 01525 290692.

 

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A venue steeped in History.

Paris House was originally built in 1878 as part of The Paris International Exhibition called ‘The Streets of Nations’ on the Rue des Nations in Paris.

The 9th Duke of Bedford fell in love with the building, had it dismantled, shipped piece by piece and rebuilt in the stunning grounds of Woburn Abbey.

On arrival at Woburn, its fascinating history continued, playing its part as a tonsil hospital, staff accommodation and a bolt hole for Winston Churchill when he was at Bletchley before becoming a restaurant in 1983.