When Country Life last covered St Giles House, in 1943, it was the home of the 9th Earl of Shaftesbury and seemed a survival from a vanished world. The Earl, Lord Chamberlain to Queen Mary, had inherited the estate in 1886, married a Grosvenor and carried out works of enhancement to the house before the First World War, including creation of a small private chapel by Ninian Comper and the construction of a new formal garden.
Wedding Open Day
It’s time for you to take your place and be a part of the magical story of St Giles House! Join us on April 22nd to view the award-winning family home of the Earl and Countess, as we showcase a host of our incredible suppliers to help you plan your dream wedding.
The Countess: From Grape to Glass
A visit to the English vineyard that won best sparkling wine of the year – over world-renowned Champagne producers!