About us

All about our beautifully restored 17th century Wedding barn

Historic Vaulty Manor for your wedding

Make your own history

Vaulty Manor, with its beautifully restored 17th century barn, is a perfect venue for your special day. Set in a peaceful rural setting in the Essex village of Goldhanger, it’s a location associated with royalty, colourful characters and a history stretching back more than 800 years.

Our team

Here to help you

Kirsty Williams Wedding And Events Manager Vaultymanor

Kirsty Williams
Wedding & Events Manager 

Kirsty has 12 years' experience in bespoke weddings and has organised hundreds of weddings across the UK. Kirsty has helped many happy couples create their perfect wedding. From traditional and vintage to modern and sleek, Kirsty’s experience and background in the wedding industry ensures that her couples always have a celebration which is unique and bespoke to them.

Danielle Anderson Wedding Coordinator Vaultymanor

Danielle Anderson
Wedding Co-ordinator

Danielle has worked in the Wedding and Events industry her whole working career. Starting as a Conference and Banqueting team member at another venue and working her way up through the ranks, she is now a key member of the Vaulty Manor Team. Danielle has great attention to detail with regards to the setting up and the running of a Wedding day.

Awards

Our Wedding Awards

Wedding Industry Awards

Wedding Industry Expert Award 2016

We are pleased to have won the Wedding Industry Expert Award 2016.

2017 Wedding awards Regional finalist

2017 Wedding Awards Regional Finalist

Our industry experts, awarded for their knowledge of the Wedding Industry will help make your day perfect!

Essex Wedding Awards Finalist 2017 2018 Logo

Essex Wedding Awards Finalist 2017-2018

We are pleased to have been awarded 'Finalist' for the Essex Wedding Awards 2017-2018​.

Heritage

A rich history

Vaultymanor Rich Heritage Wedding Venue

Early years

In its early life, Vaulty Manor became the property of Beeleigh Abbey in Maldon, donated in 1186 by Robert Mantel, Lord of Little Maldon and the founder of the abbey. Fast forward some 450 years, and the dissolution of the monasteries saw an end to Beeleigh’s ownership. Henry VIII claimed monastic income and properties throughout the country and, in 1536, he gave Vaulty Manor to Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk. Gold has an interesting association with the manor and the local area. Goldhanger has had several different spellings, but the name has always started with ‘gold.’ One possible explanation is the link with the colour of the corn marigold, which you can see growing in local farm fields.

About House

Something old, something new

Today, the area is better known for its ‘white gold’ – sea salt harvested from the nearby Blackwater estuary. In the past, Vaulty Manor has also been known as Jehurs Farm and was recorded as part of a local salt works. Despite many changes of ownership, Vaulty Manor retains its special tranquil old world character so you can truly celebrate your special day with “something old, something new”.

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