Wedding Licence Granted

We are delighted to announce that Cossington Park has been granted a licence to conduct Civil Wedding Ceremonies. Set in 22 acres our beautiful grounds and house makes it the ideal venue for a wedding with exclusive use of the whole of Cossington Park estate.
Read More

Testing time for Cossington Park staff

The owner, Graham Wason, with Cossington Park team members and an invited guest, spent an overnight stay in both Park House and Park Cottage to see how everything worked and what could be improved to make sure future guests enjoy their stay at Cossington Park Estate. By posing as guests…
Read More

Another Award for Somerset’s Luxury Cossington Park

Cossington Park is delighted to announce that it has received a Silver Award in the Self Catering Business of the Year category at the Bristol, Bath and Somerset Tourism Awards. A capacity audience of the best tourism businesses from across the region witnessed 70 trophies being presented to the winners…
Read More

Wildlife in Cossington Park’s Gardens

“We saw many electric-blue damsel-flies mating on the water in the warm morning sunshine.” At Cossington Park we keep a book for guests to record wildlife notes as well as our usual guest comments book; we have so much local wildlife enjoying the grounds that it is lovely to share…
Read More

Weddings at Cossington Park

Cossington Park House and Gardens make a delightful setting for weddings. Our latest wedding event was held in May 2017 on behalf of the Stradling family, whose daughter Jess was brought up in Cossington. The 200 guests parked in our field and walked across the lawns to the house,…
Read More

Rev. Allen D Graham

Rev ALLEN D. GRAHAM (1837-1905) My great grandfather the Rev. Allen D Graham lived in Cossington Grange but sold this manor, together with much of the family silver and paintings, to pay for the 100 disadvantaged children that he looked after. He founded the Invalid Children’s Aid Association in 1888,…
Read More

How Cossington Park evolved – a journey through time

Cossington Park is situated in the picturesque Somerset village of Cossington. The village might have been part of the ancient Polden Estate of Glastonbury Abbey. The house initially consisted of a two-room dwelling, which is thought to have been constructed at some point during the 16th Century. However, it is…
Read More