Nonsuch Palace... Begun in 1538, the greatest of Henry VIII's building enterprises took nine years to build and was completed at a cost of at least £24,000, a phenomenal amount for that time. It was built in Surrey after Henry destroyed the church and village of Cuddington, near Epsom.The basic plan was inner and outer courtyards, each with a fortified gatehouse. Nonsuch was richly decorated and ornate to compete with rival Francis I's Chambord.
Wedding Venue in Epsom, Surrey - The RAC Woodcote. The room you can see with all the doors open on the ground floor is the Cedar Room. It is very light and pretty, with pastel blue tones on the ceiling. There is a sweeping staircase on the side of the building and some lovely views over the golf course. Plenty of photo opportunities.