Weybridge Register Office as a ceremony venue

Coronavirus: Important information

Notice of marriage and civil partnership will continue to be carried out by face-to-face appointments at Guildford, Leatherhead and Weybridge Register Offices for couples that have a ceremony booked before 30 June 2021.

Further to the Prime Minister's announcement of 22 February 2021, marriage and civil partnership ceremonies cannot take place before 29 March 2021, except in exceptional circumstances. Restrictions on marriages and civil partnerships will start to be eased from 29 March 2021.

For more detailed information please visit marriage and civil partnership ceremonies during the coronavirus outbreak.

Front of Rylston House in Weybridge

Our ceremonies

Weybridge Register Office, also known as Rylston House, offers the following ceremonies:

Our interior and grounds

The Rylston suite at Weybridge Register Office is decorated in burgundy, gold and ivory, with mahogany furniture, chandelier lighting and a large bay window.

  • Number of rooms: 2
  • Capacity: Couple and 4 guests (large room). Couple and 2 guests (small statutory room).
  • Large room: The large ceremony room is decorated in burgundy, gold and ivory, with mahogany furniture, chandelier lighting and a large bay window.
  • Small room: Rylston also has the statutory ceremony room for Surrey, which can accommodate the couple and 2 witnesses only with no access to the rear garden.
  • Garden: There is a large landscaped garden to the rear of the building for photographs.
  • Parking: There is a free car park on site.


History of Rylston House

The land in which Rylston is situated on was originally royal hunting grounds at the time of Henry VIII. The house itself was built in 1911. It was purchased by Surrey County Council in 1963 and in 1993 became a Register Office.

It has undergone some structural changes over the years, but the overall exterior of the house has hardly changed. It is a beautiful detached manor house with a large porch at the entrance. The building retains most of its unique features including leaded light windows with original glass and unusual wrought iron fittings. The ground floor retains original oak panelling and fireplaces. The magnificent oak staircase with stained glass windows sweeps down to French windows leading onto the gardens.