Glenfall House crowned the Southwest Regional Winner for best Countryside Wedding Venue

Cheltenham's gorgeous Glenfall House is celebrating after being crowned the Southwest Regional Winner for best Countryside Wedding Venue at The Wedding Awards 2018.

An impressive manor house nestled just outside of Cheltenham, Glenfall House has cemented its reputation as a prestigious venue after winning big at The Wedding Awards 2018.

The family-run country residence expresses that it’s ‘so honoured’ to have been crowned the Southwest Regional Winner for best Countryside Wedding Venue at the 2018 awards, an impressive feat for the Cotswold venue that’s flourished since its opening.

Offering picture-perfect views across the countryside, Glenfall House has garnered a great reputation for hosting wonderful wedding celebrations in a short time – with current owner Dianne Evans completely renovating the venue in September 2016 and the first wedding held in May 2017.

Speaking of the award, Dianne said: ‘When my husband and I first saw Glenfall House we knew it was the perfect property for weddings, and we had the intention of renovating the property to its original size and structure, and to set it up as an exclusive use events venue.

‘We have an excellent team working with us at Glenfall and we are all very passionate about giving all of our couples a truly memorable day. The whole team work superbly together ensuring the day is the best it can be.

‘Our aim is to deliver a truly personalised service to our couples, nothing is too much trouble, we want them to have the day of their dreams, not dictated by a set structure for the day, so we will try and accommodate all requests (within reason), and all of our weddings have exclusive use of our property and stunning gardens.’

For more information see Glenfall House, call (01242) 323889, or visit glenfallhouse.co.uk directly.

© SoGlos
Wednesday 14 March 2018

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