As you walk into this 18th century Grade1 listed building you feel you are part of its history, where many politicians, heads of state and celebrities have walked. You can marvel at the scenery even approaching up the tree lined drive.
In 1903 the house was bought by Sir Julius Wernher, who had made his fortune from the diamond mines of South Africa. Wernher had the interior remodelled in the early 20th century by the architects of the Ritz Hotel, Charles Mewes and Arthur Davis (architect).
The Mansion House itself has a choice of beautifully appointed rooms in which to exchange your wedding vows. These include the walnut panelled Churchill Room, the sitting room with its wonderful terrace or even the Faberge room on the lower floor.
The stunning backdrop for wedding photography is provided by Luton Hoo’s formal Italian gardens and its surrounding 1,000 acres of sweeping Capability Brown parkland.
A little known fact is the secret garden where it is reputed that Edward VIII confided in Wallace Simpson and decided to abdicate from the throne.
All of this is part of the heritage where many couples decide to enjoy the serenity of Luton Hoo and its wonders.