Belchamp Hall enjoys the benefit of being secluded in the North Essex countryside, but with the advantage of good access from most directions, most notably London and Cambridge.
Whether you are interested in Belchamp Hall for holiday accommodation, business, pleasure, or for conferences it is possible to have exclusivity.
Civil Wedding Ceremonies
Belchamp Hall is now fully licenced to hold civil weddings - Please contact Helen Turner on email@example.com or 07967 554096.
The Lovejoy Studio at Belchamp Hall is a spacious but characterful romantic retreat stylishly converted from stables enjoying a peaceful position with views of landscaped gardens, grazing sheep and a tennis court.
Lovejoys is a well appointed self-catering holiday home stylishly converted from a coach house to retain many of its original features and furnished to a high standard.
This stunningly converted 17th Century Mill is at the end of a lane just outside the walls of Belchamp Hall. It sits beside a Mill Pond with views over pretty water meadows.
About Belchamp Hall
During the 90's, Belchamp Hall was used by the BBC as a location for Lovejoy, the popular series about a roguish antiques dealer.
The Raymond family have lived in Belchamp Hall since 1611, although the present Queen Anne house was not built until 1720. A direct succession of immediate family has lived in the house until the present day.
In the past the estate has been, in general, an agricultural estate but in recent years there has been a change in emphasis towards other activities. These have included: the house as a wedding venue (with religious ceremonies taking place in St Mary's church), a film and TV location, a venue for corporate functions; The Stables for business conferences and as holiday accomodation; the estate for outdoor activities.