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Hedley James Limited

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Hedley James, an exclusive-use wedding venue operator, acquired Paddocks House, a country house hotel from administration. The site has since ceased trading as a hotel and now operates as an exclusive-use wedding and events venue under the new name of Swynford Manor.

Located near Newmarket, Cambridgeshire the venue has a rich history dating back to the 18th century and is the former country home of Lord Byron’s sister. It boasts several event rooms licensed to hold weddings, including an exceptional 150-capacity conservatory and pergola for outdoor ceremonies. With 12 bedrooms, a sumptuous bridal suite and elegant interiors set in seven acres of landscaped grounds, Swynford Manor offers both luxury and comfort for weddings and special events.

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