They say your wedding day passes by in a blur, so why not prolong the experience by walking the UK’s longest wedding aisle?

The Ash Barton Estate now boasts the UK’s longest wedding aisle, standing at 143.6 metres in total. Brides are able to walk from the gorgeous Walled Garden Entrance and through the Meadow to meet their grooms at the fully licensed Pagoda, taking in the beautiful wildflowers that cover the hillside. It’s perfect for the bride that likes to take their time, or for the groom that’s always a little bit late.

The aisle significantly outpaces some of the UK’s other lengthy walks to the altar, including the Rumstore Chamber of the Carnglaze Caverns, Cornwall (80m) and St Mary’s Church, Bury St. Edmund’s (79.6m).

Other benefits to getting married at The Ash Barton Estate include no curfew and no corkage, a fully equipped party barn, 25 acres of land to explore, and the full run of the manor, which can house 35-50 residential guests. Wedding couples and other parties reserve the entire estate for multi-day celebrations, extending the wedding even further.

To see the aisle for yourself, take a look at the interactive map, or see the pages below: https://www.ashbarton.com/media/1718/ashbarton_estate_plan.pdf

To book the UK’s longest wedding aisle, spouses-to-be can call Simon Daukes on 07785 386622 or visit www.ashbarton.com.

About The Ash Barton Estate

Set in the beautiful Devon countryside, the Ash Barton Estate is a Grade II* listed property that offers a beautiful location for weddings, parties or a fantastic family weekend away. The Estate has been lovingly owned and run by Simon and Julie Daukes and their family since 2009. Their son Thomas has now also joined the day-to-day crew, which includes manager Pete and a team of enthusiastic gardeners and cleaners. The property can host 35+ residential guests and up to 200 guests for receptions, offering facilities such as a games barn, indoor heated swimming pool, fire pit, and 25 acres of glorious North Devon woodland, wildflower meadows and fields. Fully certified weddings can be held outside in the open air or in the property’s romantic stone chapel. For more information, visit www.ashbarton.com

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