New in-house caterer makes Cotswold wedding venue complete

The addition of an in-house caterer at Glenfall House, near Cheltenham, makes weddings at the venue extra special – by giving couples total control over every aspect of their big day.

Thanks to the new in-house caterer at Glenfall House, couples can now entrust everything from the canapé reception to their formal sit-down wedding breakfast and evening banquet to the team at the wedding venue in the Cotswolds.

Offering a dedicated event coordinator and exclusive use of the stunning estate for entire weekends, Glenfall House is an ideal choice for couples who hope to individually tailor every aspect of their big day.

Whether you want the rustic look, a romantic and whimsical feel, something closer to festival chic or an altogether more opulent wedding celebration, Glenfall House can accommodate it. Plus, it’s dog-friendly, if you have four-legged friends on the guest list!

Covering an area of over four acres, Glenfall House is particularly proud of its picturesque gardens for hosting alfresco ceremonies, capturing magic moments on camera, and entertaining guests with outdoor games – or even barbecues in summer.

Meanwhile, inside the 18th century mansion house are five different areas licensed for exchanging vows, including the intimate Morning Room, The Glen with panoramic views and the Reception Hall with grand piano. Complete with 21 boutique bedrooms, you’ll even get to pick from two beautiful honeymoon suites. Choices, choices…

For more information, visit glenfallhouse.co.uk.


By Eleanor Fullalove


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Wednesday 08 December 2021

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