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Want a princess wedding venue? Head to Goldsborough Hall

By Andrea Petrou on May 24th, 2010 0 comments yet. Be the First


Despite there being a range of different wedding themes from brides to choose from many are still going for the traditional princess get up.

And we’re not condoning it. After-all if you can’t be a princess on your wedding day, when can you be? No we know finding that perfect princess place can be difficult so we couldn’t wait to tell you about Goldsborough Hall.

Hidden away in the heart of the Yorkshire countryside, the venue offers a grand yet intimate setting for any wedding. The Hall was built in 1625 and was the former home of Princess Mary, aunt to Queen Elizabeth, making it the perfect setting for a fairy-tale wedding.

The stately home is licensed for civil marriages and partnerships and can cater for up to 160 guests in both the Princess Mary Drawing Room and the Sir Richard Hutton Dining Room. Couples can also consider getting married in St Mary’s Church adjoining Goldsborough Hall, with its own private royal entrance to the grounds.

Guests can enjoy reception drinks on the terrace overlooking the beautifully landscaped 11 acre gardens, which is also the ideal setting for wedding photographs. The Hall also features an original Jacobean oak-panelled library, which transforms into a parquet dance floor for guests in the evening.

To ensure a truly memorable day, the Hall is hired on a private and exclusive basis and guests can take advantage of the special overnight rates in the six individually designed luxurious bedroom suites, which include 8ft four poster beds and whirlpool baths.

What more could a princess to be ask for?

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