Chatsworth House Functions & Accommodation
Near the banks of the Hopkins River Chatsworth House is a historical homestead alive with the romance, grandeur and extravagance of yesteryear.
Just three hours west of Melbourne, the 1850s heritage listed homestead was designed by architect James Henry Fox, famous for Victoria’s most magnificent mansion, Werribee Park.
The homestead – complete with encircling iron verandah and bluestone steps – provides a breathtaking backdrop to your wedding ceremony and photos.
The meticulously maintained landscaped gardens and lawns were originally laid out by landscape designer of early Melbourne Edward Latrobe Bateman who chose English classics, rare exotics and native species.
The Long Room reception space is a short stroll from the homestead and can accommodate 150 guests sitting down or 200 for a gala cocktail extravaganza. Pre-dinner canapés and cocktails can also be served in the gardens.
With deluxe guest cottages and renovated bluestone apartments conveniently situated on-site, Chatsworth can host up to 60 people, allowing your wedding celebrations to last an entire weekend. Accommodation is also available just 20 minutes away in Mortlake and Lake Bolac.