Beaumont Estate Wedding Photography
History of Beaumont Estate
St John’s Beaumont opened in 1888 as the preparatory school for the Jesuit public school Beaumont College, also situated in Old Windsor.
John Frances Bentley, one of the most famous architects of his day, designed the building. Subsequently, he went on to design Westminster Cathedral in London.
The historic and unique Beaumont Estate hotel nestles in 40 acres of stunning parkland in Old Windsor. It is furnished in an elaborate mix of old and new with plenty of opportunities for fabulous wedding photographs.
The huge chapel on the estate is available for larger wedding receptions, and the interiors of this now deconsecrated building are truly spectacular!
Photographing weddings at Beaumont Estate
I adore the amazing architectural interiors of this lovely old property. In fact, one of my favourite areas for wedding pictures is the grand staircase inside the entrance to the original house. As you climb the steps you really get a sense of the grandeur of this charming old property. The views from the top give you a bird’s eye view of the grand entrance hall through the majestic chandelier. Then as you glance through the huge windows the view of the distant landscape will take your breath away.
My absolute favourite part of Beaumont Estate for wedding photography is definitely the chapel. It is as gorgeous and as grand as chapels come! You approach it via a long, narrow, quite modest corridor from the main house, and the very last thing you’d expect to see is a chapel on this scale as you turn the corner.
I’ve had three bookings so far at this lovely hotel, and my wedding photography portfolio can be seen above. If you’d like to discuss your Beaumont Estate wedding photography requirements, I’d love to hear from you, or click here to learn more about Beaumont Estate as a potential wedding venue.