Wasing has been in the same family for seven generations. In 1759, John Mount discovered the Wasing estate, and wanted a country retreat away from the hustle of trade in London where his publishing business had been a great success. Swapping mapping for farming, the family took to country life, and have remained in situ ever since.
Set within the picturesque Berkshire countryside, Medicine will take place on the stunning Wasing Estate, which covers several thousand acres of farmland, and features parkland, woodland and lake.
19th – 23rd August 2021.
Wild Swim & Saunna
A brand new addition to their wellness offerings, an authentic outdoor sauna and wild swimming experience in the heart of the woodlands. Inspired by the Scandinavian tradition of hot and cold immersion therapy, this experience provides a host of health benefits, from cardiovascular, to mental wellbeing and deepening social connections.
Wasing’s woodland is full of delicious goodies to forage for, including edible wild mushrooms, nuts, hedgerow berries and forest plants plus Crayfish from the rivers. Estate sourced wild venison, pigeon and rabbit are also available. Let their chef work with you to create a knock out experience, cooked over firepits or in the wood burning outdoor oven. The woodland kitchen is a superb facility yet still blends in beautifully within its natural surroundings.
WASING’S AUTUMN OPEN EVENT
Couples are invited to explore their award-winning barn wedding venue including the picturesque parish Church of St. Nicholas, the idyllic Victorian Summerhouse embellished with a pretty hand painted mural, perfect for outdoor weddings and the contemporary Garden Room with its walls of glass bi-fold doors allowing the outdoors in.
Wasing Park is exclusively yours and encompasses everything, to bring the wedding of your dreams to life.
In a quintessentially English setting, yet full of sophistication and elegance, is the lovingly restored traditional farm hamlet of Wasing. Romantic farm buildings sit alongside the 15th century Parish Church of St Nicholas, including the majestic grade II listed Castle Barn, a Granary sat proudly on its staddle stones and a fairy tale Dovecote, which are all at the heart of this award-winning barn wedding venue
With a Victorian Summerhouse and a glass walled Garden Room for ceremonies, luxurious boutique rooms, a Honeymoon Suite to die for, a bridal cottage the night before the big day, a groom’s room and an after party late night bar, simply nothing has been forgotten.