10 Incredible North Yorkshire Wedding Venues19 September 2019
North Yorkshire is blessed with such beauty, from the rolling hills of the Dales to the sandy beaches of Whitby and beautiful cities like York and Harrogate. It’s also blessed with an enormous variety of wedding venues to choose from. Here are 10 of our favourites…
1. Merchant Adventurers’ Hall, York
For its quirkiness and historical charm, this 650 year old monument deserved a place on our list. You can hire it exclusively for 20 to 180 guests, dining in either the Hall or the Governor’s Parlour. Make use of the secluded walled garden and just embrace the ancient atmosphere and mystery of Merchant Adventurers’ Hall.
2. Westfield Farm Weddings, Malton
This is a really flexible, customisable wedding venue. You can use the outdoor gazebo and the courtyard room, both licensed for civil ceremonies. There is luxury accommodation onsite with two outdoor hot tubs, 10 acres of parkland and even hair and beauty specialists on site! Westfield Farm is the perfect place if you’re looking for a very rural setting for your wedding.
3. The Majestic Hotel, Harrogate
First opened in 1900, the Majestic Hotel is certainly as its name suggests, keeping original features like Venetian chandeliers and Grandfather clocks. There’s not one, not two, but 14 event spaces at this hotel, and 184 rooms for guests to stay in. To add to you majestic wedding, there is Champagne bar and a piano lounge. It’s perfect for classic, traditional weddings.
4. The National Centre for Early Music, York
Another unique wedding venue in York, the National Centre for Early Music is a Grade I listed medieval building set within private and peaceful gardens. You will have exclusive use of the venue, allowing you to take full advantage of photo opportunities like in front of the 12th century Norman arch.
5. The Broughton Hall Estate, Skipton
On this estate, you can choose between not one, not two but three wedding venues; Utopia is a structure designed by Sir Michael Hopkins, sitting within its won walled garden, Eden is a transformed 17th century bar surrounded by ancient oak trees and gravelled courtyards, and Broughton Hall itself comes with luxurious accommodation and the ultimate wow factor. You can even have a marquee wedding at this venue.
6. Carr Mount Estate, Whitby
For a luxury tipi celebration, head to the Carr Mount Estate for your wedding. You get to stay there for three nights, have a wedding in their tipis onsite and even engage in countryside pursuits like clay pigeon shooting. Alternatively, this venue can bring their venue to you! Get their tipis setup at your home or venue of choice.
7. De Grey Rooms, York
Right in the heart of York, you will find the De Grey Rooms. Built in 1841, the building features a ballroom, glass chandeliers and fine detailing throughout. They work with local, handpicked caterers to create a menu that reflects your tastes and styles, and its right round the corner of some of the best photo opportunities in the city.
8. Aldby Park, Buttercrambe
For a celebration like no other, choose Aldby Park. Aldby Park features two magnificently manicured lawns available for marquees, a Grade II listed Georgian manor house, full access to the gardens, a historic moat and the quaint St John the Evangelist Church. Huge capacity for up to 500 guests!
9. Aldwark Manor Hotel, York
Another York venue, Aldwark Manor is dedicated to just one wedding per day so you won’t run into any other bride, has 53 luxury bedrooms for overnight accommodation for guests and 120 acres of immaculate gardens. There are also spa facilities, and a traditional feel with a modern twist.
10. The Devonshire Fell, Skipton
And finally, the Devonshire Fell. This intriguing venue is an Edwardian building is set in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, benefitting from beautiful views and some of the very best photo opportunities. There’s a large garden attached for your canapé reception and any lawn games you want to add to the day like croquet.