Tuesday 22 January 2019

12 places to host your entire wedding in Gloucestershire

Forget the stress that comes with finding separate ceremony and reception venues, not to mention transport for your wedding party; instead, choose somewhere that can host your entire wedding. Offering some inspiration, SoGlosWeddings finds 12 perfect places to host your entire big day.

Hosting your entire wedding in one place definitely has it benefits, allowing for savings on transport, convenience for your guests, and potential savings on whole-day packages too.

Finding the very best venues in Gloucestershire that offer an entire wedding package, SoGlosWeddings has teamed up with Eastwood Park for this handy sponsored hot list.

For more information about Eastwood Park, visit eastwoodpark.co.uk directly.


1. Eastwood Park

Nestled within picture-perfect countryside, Eastwood Park offers the ideal place to celebrate your entire wedding day.

From the luxurious bedrooms that the wedding party can get ready in and the beautiful ceremony room, to the delicious wedding breakfast options in the light-filled wedding suites, the hotel can host the entire day for a seamless celebration.

Make the most of every second with expert guidance from the wedding planner and use of the grounds for dreamy wedding photographs. What’s more, with a large number of guest rooms, the venue offers somewhere for your guests to stay.


2. Cowley Manor


Boasting an on-site church, the Garden Room or Malt Restaurant, couples can take their pick of places to host their ceremony at Cowley Manor, before enjoying the rest of their day there.

Delicious dining for the wedding breakfast is followed by an evening celebration in the bar and dancing to your heart’s content. With 30 bedrooms, guests can enjoy the evening even more with an overnight stay.


3. Dumbleton Hall


Say ‘I do’ in the impressive oak-panelled ceremony space or tie the knot in the church at Dumbleton Hall’s entrance.

Set amongst rolling Worcestershire countryside, the venue offers everything for a stress-free celebration. Tuck into your wedding breakfast without having to travel and the wedding party can also take advantage of the 36 en-suite bedrooms after hitting the dance floor.


4. De Vere Cotswold Water Park


Breathtaking views of the lakes make De Vere Cotswold Water Park a great choice for your wedding day. Celebrate in style with a ceremony overlooking the water, followed by a wedding breakfast with your nearest and dearest.

With a huge 328 rooms, there’s plenty of space for the entire wedding party to stay the night. What’s more with beautiful surroundings in the heart of the Cotswolds, the wedding photographs are sure to be incredible!


5. Berkeley Castle


Be a real king and queen for the day at Berkeley Castle with a magical celebration like no other. With a choice of the Great Hall, The Long Drawing Room or St Mary’s Church, all three spaces to say ‘I do’ are steeped in history.

Enjoy drinks after the ceremony on the Gun Terrace or in front of the cosy open fire inside. With a romantic stay in the Blossom Cottage Bridal Suite for the happy couple, the rest of the wedding party can book a room at Brook House – just a short walk from the castle.


6. Ellenborough Park


Go all out with a lavish celebration at Gloucestershire’s five-star hotel, Ellenborough Park, which is home to 61 deluxe guest rooms.

With a choice of ceremony spaces including The Gallery complete with stained-glass windows; and The Library for a more intimate celebration, Ellenborough Park promises to wow guests with exquisite dining options and an impressive space to celebrate.


7. Stonehouse Court Hotel


Whether you’re having a small family wedding, larger than life celebration or marquee on the lawn, Stonehouse Court near Stroud can host up to 150 guests and has 36 guest bedrooms for the wedding party to use.

Catering for every budget, Stonehouse Court offers a wide range of catering choices including hog roasts, barbecues and fajitas. The loved-up couple can enjoy an overnight stay in the bridal suite too.


8. Glenfall House


Looking out over glorious Gloucestershire countryside, Glenfall House is located in Charlton Kings and can host indoor weddings for 250 people as well as outdoor ceremonies too.

With accommodation consisting of 25 rooms, the newlyweds can enjoy every minute of their wedding day without the worry of having to travel. With lovely lawns and a charming country house feel, it’s a great choice for wedding celebrations.


9. The Bay Tree Hotel


Whether you want to hire the entire venue to yourself or perhaps host a Cotswold celebration in the beautiful gardens, The Bay Tree Hotel in Burford promises to be an ideal choice for a one-venue wedding.

Flexible catering options and packages that include everything from welcome drinks to the accommodation, mean there’s no need to stray far for the ultimate wedding party.


10. Owlpen Manor


Set in the heart of the Cotswold valley near Uley, Owlpen Manor is steeped in history and can cater for parties from 20 to 200.

Start your dream day with a ceremony in the Cyder Barn or on-site church, before feasting on some incredible food. With nine holiday cottages dotted around the manor, there’s plenty of space for guests to stay too.


11. Hatton Court Hotel


Adorned with ivy and posing as the perfect picture backdrop, Hatton Court Hotel offers couples a choice of The Cotswold Room for up to 80 guests, or The Garden Marquee which seats 250 guests.

Enjoy a romantic ceremony, delicious wedding breakfast and countless photograph opportunities. What’s more, guests can be assured there’s plenty of room to stay with the hotel’s 45 guest rooms.


12. The Greenway Hotel & Spa


Larger wedding parties can enjoy the marquee on the lawns whilst smaller groups can enjoy the chic dining room for a classic wedding celebration.

Boasting panoramic views from the gardens, The Greenway has 21 bedrooms for guests to use as well as an on-site spa for some post-wedding pampering the next day.


By Sophie Bird

© SoGlos
Thursday 18 October 2018

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