LAST UPDATED: 22 July 2014 at 4:56pm

Marta Mikolajczyk, 29, married Richard Currie, 39, in July 2013, with the wedding beginning on Friday and ending three days later. She says:

"Aynhoe Park is the most wonderful place to get married. The house feels like a true home but has been decorated in the quirkiest way possible, marrying antique furniture, taxidermy, modern art pieces and anything you can imagine. After our ceremony in the Orangery we had a cocktail reception in the beautiful gardens, including games (petanque, croquet and giant cards), before dinner and dancing until the early hours. On Sunday we had a relaxed brunch and later, supper from a pizza van - it was the ideal venue to spend the whole weekend with our best friends."

Ceremony capacity: 150; Plate cost per head: £75;


LAST UPDATED: 10 June 2013 at 4:40pm

Don't be fooled by Aynhoe Park's classic facade, this is far from your average stately.

The fact that Jade Jagger chose it for her wedding last year is testament to its rock'n'roll sensibility. The house is packed with personality and owner James Perkins' taste for the theatrical is evident, from the plaster-cast statues giving the orangery an air of ancient Greece, to the taxidermy menagerie (a giraffe might preside over your 'I dos',while a rhino and a zebra may join you for dinner).

There are also 12 flamboyant guest bedrooms.

Ceremony capacity: 150; Corkage: £0

Aynhoe Park; 01869 810636;

LAST UPDATED:12 June 2012 at 5:20pm

Although it appears to be a classic Grade I-listed 17th-century manor house from the outside, the interior here is a warren of rooms with a theatrical touch.

Greek sculptures, artefacts, antique taxidermy and Gothic accents combine to make the house a whimsical wonderland.

There are 12 flamboyantly decorated bedrooms, plus a 'tent village' in the Capability Brown-designed gardens to host extra guests, making this the ultimate party pad for a weekend wedding.

Ceremony capacity: 120; Corkage: £0; Marquee available; Countryside setting

Aynhoe Parl; 01869 810636;

LAST UPDATED:14 April 2011 at 2:10pm

This is not your average country house. Although a classical grade I-listed 17th-century manor from the outside, the interior is all quirkily decorated rooms. Greek sculptures, the world's greatest private collection of plaster casts, assorted artefacts and Gothic touches combine to make the house a magical wonderland with kooky surprises lying
in wait around every corner.

GUEST LIST 60 in one room; 150 between all rooms THE BILL From £7,500 LICENCE? Yes CONTACT
01869 810636;