Tewin Bury Farm’s long history

Tewin Bury Farm Hotel in Hertfordshire, UK, is a popular venue for wedding parties and many other types of gatherings. As an ancient settlement, Tewin has seen many celebrations over thousands of years.

A few minutes walk away from Tewin Bury Farm Hotel is The Church of St. Peter, a Grade One Listed building. The church was once an Anglo-Saxon pagan shrine, and points to Tewin’s long history. It has recognised many births, marriages and deaths over the years.

A wedding at Tewin Bury Farm Hotel

A wedding at Tewin Bury Farm Hotel

The Saxon shrine was a place to worship Tew. Tews day, or Tuesday, once marked the day of Tiw or Týr, the god of single combat, victory and heroic glory in Norse mythology.

St Peter's Church, Tewin, once the site of an Anglo Saxon shrine

St Peter’s Church, Tewin, once the site of an Anglo Saxon shrine

St Peters church graveyard Tewin

St Peters church graveyard Tewin

Tewin Bury Farm Hotel in Hertfordshire

Tewin Village – a history of St. Peter’s Church

About Anglo Saxon England

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