Every wedding at Battleborough Grange is packed with individually tailored features to create a day of amazing memories which will last a lifetime.
Our handsome country house hotel is located in the finest landscaped gardens, conveniently located for the M5, Bristol, the Midlands and the South West. We offer 23 beautifully appointed bedrooms, finished to a high standard with stunning contemporary décor. And, for the real fairytale experience, there’s a duplex Honeymoon Suite with sumptuous four poster bed, roll-top Victorian style bath and wet room. What better way to start off married life?
Battleborough Grange offers you the use of its gorgeous garden Gazebo, to create an unforgettably magical ceremony. Of course, Battleborough also has a selection of elegant ceremony rooms within the hotel for you to choose from, licensed for up to 170 guests, and a variety of function room facilities to suit your size of celebration.
We understand that whilst you naturally want to give you and your guests the best possible wedding day, sometimes the costs can creep up. That’s why our pricing is straightforward and offers great value for money.
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|Civil Licence? Yes||Service capacity: Up to 170|
|Reception: Yes||Reception: Full function room facilities for up to 150 guests|
|Small weddings catered for? Yes||Church Nearby: Yes|
|Accommodation? Yes||Exclusive Use? Yes|
|Car Parking? Yes|
Venue type: Hotel
A Grand Occasion
Your special day for just a thousand pounds
Wedding breakfast 50ppl for £1000.
3 course sit down meal, glass of wine with their meal and a glass of bubbly for the toast bed and breakfast for the bride and groom on their wedding night, you can have an unforgettable day with still plenty in the kitty for the honeymoon!
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