A secluded woodland wedding venue in the wild Norfolk countryside
Who are we...
We are a small band of family and friends who have occupied the land for four generations and enjoy nothing more than sharing this little pocket of joy with a handful of couples each year.
Hush is one of those rare gems that has it all: A secluded woodland setting, full license for civil ceremonies, and absolutely stunning views. Designed explicitly with outside weddings in mind, it comprises a collection of natural outdoor spaces crafted within the wild Norfolk landscape only a stone's throw from Norwich. Wedding parties book all facilities and accommodation on an exclusive basis so that Hush becomes home for you and your guests for a long weekend.
Ceremonies take place in The Olde Woodshed ‐ an intimate and secluded spot in the heart of Elderwood while accommodation includes converted farm cottages with tons of character, and the ability to throw up a tented village on the adjacent meadow.
Hush staff are on hand to help you organize your big day and have plenty of experience to help realise your vision. They have trusted relationships with some of the region's best suppliers, but are also happy to work with suppliers of your choice. The whole place has an extremely chilled out feel to it, but the owners have paid a lot of attention to the important little details that help ensure the success of an outdoor event.
Only a limited number of weddings are held each year at this much sought after private location, making it a very special place to tie the knot. Don’t wait to get in touch if you want to secure one of their rare weekend long slots.
Hush is hidden away in a semi wild and totally natural environment at the top of the Yare Valley. The ethos at Hush is very much based on environmentally conscious principles, and mutual respect for those around us. So for example they strongly favour suppliers that use locally sourced flowers and produce, don't allow for fireworks or Chinese lanterns, and only hold a small number of events each year to ensure the lightest possible footprint on the ecosystem that sustain them. They are very active in farm conservation - using native species and avoiding the use of herbicides and sprays. They recycle their waste, use water efficient appliances, and strive to reduce their carbon footprint as much as possible.