The castle is licensed for civil ceremonies, and can cater for parties of up to 120 guests - the choice of rooms being the elegant Panelled Room or the spacious Library. The ground floor reception rooms can cater for the celebrations with smaller groups in the private dining room seating up to 24, the dining room seating 90 or the option of a marquee site adjacent to the library.
For something truly `out of this world’ try our Deerhouse in the parkland for a candlelit celebration, afternoon barbeque or for a marquee site.
Recently refurbished, Each bedroom is individually designed on the Theme of a Yorkshire town, dale, castle abbey or garden - including a room in the Turret set on three circular floors with a Victorian rain bath, and three four other sumptuous suites. All rooms enjoy superb views over the gardens, lake, parkland or gatehouse, with the peace and tranquility of the rural setting.
The hotel offers a wide range of country pursuits including riding, fishing, golf, shooting and mountain biking. Health and beauty treatments are also available with bridal packages on offer, a spa and fitness area. There is also a Bird of Prey and a Cookery School situated in the grounds.
|Detail | FREE brochure|
|Civil Licence? Yes||Service capacity: Seven function rooms|
|Reception: Yes||Reception: Maximum 120 people (inside), no limit to number of people outside - any size marquee can be accommodated.|
|Small weddings catered for? Yes||Church Nearby: Yes|
|Accommodation? Yes||Exclusive Use? Yes|
|Car Parking? Yes|
Venue type: Castle, Hotel, Historic, Unusual, Restaurant
Saturday 27th April 2013 – 1 Night Exclusive Use
Sunday 26th May 2013 – 1 Night Exclusive Use – BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND
Please contact us to discuss special rates for the last minute dates
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