Dovecote Barn at Bo Peep Farm | Oxfordshire County Council

Dovecote Barn at Bo Peep Farm

External view of barn

One of our approved venues for marriages, civil partnerships and other civil ceremonies.

Dovecote Barn is a Grade II listed building, formerly known as Park Corner Barn, and is licenced for civil weddings and partnership ceremonies. It dates back to the mid 18th Century and was built as part of the improvement of Adderbury House estate under the Duke of Argyll.

Today it has been given new life, while retaining much of its original character and charm (including exposed brickwork and oak beams) to provide a perfect setting for your ceremony. 

Dovecote Barn can hold up to 100 seated guests for your ceremony and wedding breakfast, with an additional 40 guests for your evening celebrations.

We offer an ideal and unique location to enable your day to be special and relaxed.

Two hat tent

For larger celebrations we have a stunning two-hat tipi holding up to 120 for your wedding breakfast and 150 for your evening reception and also a wedding marquee holding many more.


  • Car parking
  • Confetti allowed
  • Exclusive use of venue
  • Gardens
  • Heating
  • Listed building


Bo Peep Farm
Aynho Road
OX17 3NP
United Kingdom

Tel. 01295 816 566



From north on M40 - Leave at Junction 11 onto A422 (Banbury); in one mile at third roundabout turn left onto A4260; in four miles at traffic lights in Adderbury turn left onto B4100; in 1/4m turn right and follow private tarmac road for half a mile into site.
From south on A4260 - about 2 1/2m past Deddington at traffic lights in Adderbury turn right onto B4100; in 1/4m turn right and follow private tarmac road for half a mile into site.
From south east on M40 - leave at Junction 10 onto A43 (signed Northampton) in half a mile at
roundabout turn left onto B4100; about 2 1/4m past Aynho (one mile past bridge over River Cherwell and Oxford Canal) turn left and follow the private tarmac road for half a mile into site.
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