Links

Here is selection of links to some of the great venues which I have been lucky enough to work at through my role as a wedding photographer.

Country Park Hotel

“Set within the shadow of the Humber Bridge, The Country Park welcomes visitors to stay at the hotel and enjoy home cooked food, refreshing drinks, and a warm atmosphere. Located near the Humber Bridge foreshore of the Humber estuary, The Country Park combines beautiful views with a unique setting to create a truly picturesque restaurant dining and wedding venue.”

See the Country Park hotel website

Fountains Abbey

“For centuries people have been drawn to this inspiring place. From humble beginnings the magnificent abbey was established by devout monks seeking a simpler existence. The atmospheric ruins that remain are a window into a way of life which shaped the medieval world.”

See the Fountains Abbey website

Hodscock Priory

“Hodsock Priory is a historic country house wedding venue set in 800 acres of countryside on the border of Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire. We’ve restored our family home to become a luxury, award-winning, wedding and event venue. What makes us different? Well apart from the breathtaking views, our very own Tudor Gatehouse and acres of gardens, woodland and rolling fields, we also offer exclusivity. We only do one event at a time, so our home is all yours for the day.”

See the Hodsock Priory website

Lazaat Hotel

“Set in 3 ½ acres of elegant gardens, which were once wild and overgrown shrub land, we provide accommodation with 43 double en-suite bedrooms. We have 3 event spaces which host a variety of events including a wedding venue, function meeting rooms, birthday parties, christenings, private events and are licensed to host wedding ceremonies for up to 150 guests.”

See the Lazaat Hotel website

Monk Fryston Hall

“Set amongst 30 acres of manicured lawns and flower-carpeted woodland waterways and romantic bridges, Monk Fryston Hall provides a unique venue for leisure, weddings, celebrations and business. The historic Hall dates back to the 13th century and was sympathetically renovated to a hotel in the 1950’s and retains much of its original character and features. Located in the Vale of York, the hotel is only a short drive from the A1M and M62 motorways making it easily accessible from York, Leeds or further afield.”

See the Monk Fryston Hall website

Ox Pasture Hall

“Ox Pasture Hall Country House Hotel is located in one of Britain’s most beautiful settings in stunning North Yorkshire countryside. Here you can enjoy heather filled moors, scenic dales and the spectacular heritage coastline, all within a few miles of this superb luxury Yorkshire hotel. The hotel is set in seventeen acres of enchanting gardens and grounds in the magnificent North York Moors National Park, just a few minutes from the seaside resort of Scarborough, which provides guests with the ideal base from which to explore North Yorkshire, England’s most beautiful county.”

See the Ox Pasture Hall website

Rise Hall

“Rise Hall is a unique wedding and events venue situated in the East Riding of Yorkshire with 29 bedrooms, available for your exclusive use. Rescued from the brink of dereliction by Channel 4 property expert, Sarah Beeny and her Husband Graham Swift. The story of its loving, complex and painful restoration was followed by millions of people worldwide in the series “Sarah Beeny’s Restoration Nightmare””

See the Rise Hall website

St John of Beverley

“Located just outside North Bar, the only survivor of Beverley’s four medieval gates. St John of Beverley Church was built in 1897 by the Hull based architects Smith, Brodrick and Lowther and the builder George Pape. It is an example of Victorian Gothic style. Renowned architectural expert Nikolaus Pevsner described this attractive red brick church as ‘Gothic in a free, playful way, with an asymmetrically placed turret’. The church was first used for mass on Christmas Day 1897 and formally opened on 10 March 1898. It was not, however, consecrated until 7 May 1999. The dedication is to St. John of Beverley, formerly Bishop of Hexham and Bishop of York, who retired to the monastery he founded in Beverley. He died there c.721 and was canonised 1037.”

See the St John of Beverley website

Tickton Grange

“At home in Hockney’s Yorkshire somewhere amidst the rolling Wolds and rugged coastline, stands our handsome Georgian hideaway. A family affair, brushed with Palladian hues and kissed with all things boutique; stroll amongst English gardens, sink into sumptuous interiors, share our table laden with consummate delights; before bed, cloaked in the softest of Yorkshire yarns.”

See the Tickton Grange website