Jimmy's Farm in Suffolk is Now a Licensed Wedding Venue

Jimmy's Farm in Suffolk is Now a Licensed Wedding Venue


A bride in a knee-length dress and her group enter a rustic barn reception as man and wife

You can now book your wedding at Jimmy’s farm in Suffolk, and we think you’ll agree that it's a fantastic venue. This is your chance for a rustic, country ceremony and reception that looks lifted directly straight from your favourite rural-chic Pinterest board.

Nestled in the heart of the Suffolk countryside, Jimmy’s 17th Century barn is now available to host stylish weddings all year round. Against the beautiful backdrop of an old-fashioned working farm, there are photo opportunities aplenty as guests can wander through ancient woodland, explore the farm, walk with nature and enjoy incredible food straight from the farm itself.

Rustic blackboard with table settings written on in white chalk


Naked wedding cake of cream, sponge and British berries
 Yellow flowers in glass vase in rustic barn wedding reception

Long wooden bench dressed for a wedding reception


Woman holds a wooden tray with a selection of burgers and dips for the reception

A woman holding a selection of wedding canapes on a black slate tray

The restaurant has been lovingly restored and offers an airy, contemporary feel whilst maintaining rustic beauty and charm and can accommodate up to 120 guests for a sit-down meal or a maximum of 150 guests for a more relaxed option.

Jimmy’s Farm has an excellent reputation for rare breed, British produce, with flexible wedding menus featuring fresh, quality food from the farm itself.

People sitting on long bench seats during the wedding reception.

A dedicated wedding planner is available to take care of every detail, and all receptions are completely bespoke to cater for virtually all concepts and requests. This includes a range of off-season packages to suit those looking for autumn/winter weddings. Guests can also take advantage of Jimmy’s Wildlife Park which offers children’s parties and an outback safari, as well as the Butterfly House, located at the end of a romantic woodland walk, to make each unique wedding something to remember.

Large LED lights that spell LOVE

Newly married couple hugging amid greenary

A cheeky sheep is snacking on a colourful bridal bouquet as the bride laughs

An old typewriter is used as a wedding guestbook

How amazing does it look?!

And we'd love to hear what you think or - even better - if you've booked Jimmy's Farm
for your wedding day, then

But if you're looking for something more local to you, then don't forget there are some










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