The Orsett Hall Hotel and Restaurant


Prince Charles Avenue
RM16 3HS


Please mention UK Venues when enquiring about this venue.

Venue description

A Brief History

Orsett Hall was a 17th century grade 2 listed building in Orsett, Essex set in 12 acres of parkland.  The original house was destroyed by fire on 11 May 2007 but was rebuilt in the same style and on the same footprint as the original building in 2009.

The house dated in part to the 17th century, but was enlarged and reconstructed in brick by Richard Baker about 1750. With the purchases of additional farm land in Orsett and nearby parishes, Baker established an agricultural estate centred on the house.

Weddings at Orsett Hall

Weddings and Civil Partnerships are one of the most important events in our lives.  From an intimate service for 20, to a formal reception for 350, you can rest assured your day will something special here at Orsett Hall.  You and your guests can enjoy the peace and tranquillity of our extensive landscaped gardens, a beautiful setting for any wedding.  Each wedding or civil ceremony is given our finest attention, each is planned down to the smallest detail and on your special day management will be on hand to ensure that everything runs smoothly. 

Conferences & Functions

We have four function suites accommodating between 80 and 350 people, hosting any event from themed school prom nights to formal dinner dances, weddings, private parties, family celebrations and awards ceremonies.