Combe Manor Barns are within the beautiful grounds of Combe Manor, bordering both Hampshire and Wiltshire.
The house was listed in the Domesday Book of 1086. It was rebuilt in 1669 and for over 400 years it was owned by King’s College, Cambridge. In 1691 Gabriel Whistler leased the Manor and at this time it is said Charles II and Nell Gwynne visited. Gabriel died in 1710 and is buried in the Combe churchyard.
The Russell family have lived here since the 1960s.
The manor and its barns now serve as a beautiful wedding venue, set against the stunning rolling hills of the Berkshire countryside around Combe, and we are delighted to host Festival events by kind permission of the Russell family.