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We had our wedding at the Old Vicarage on the 23rd September, from the moment the bride and bridesmaids turned up on the Friday night and right through the wedding day the girls and the rest of the staff went above and beyond to make sure it was the best day of our lives! They made sure all we had ...
Sophie and Tim Cheetham
I had my wedding here on the 5th October and I honestly cannot put into words how truly amazing it was. The venue itself is spectacular, so well looked after and clean, the gardens are pristine, and not to mention the rooms and bathrooms are designed and finished to such a high standard it would definitely be a 5*plus hotel. ...
We got married here on 12th October 2017 and it was without a doubt the most fantastic day. The team at the hotel were absolutely amazing. From start to finish they organised it all, allowing us to completely enjoy the day and guests. We couldn’t have asked for a better venue or experience and owe the team a massive thank ...
My Son Marc Blackman and his beautiful bride Sophie Blackman got married here on 12th October 2017, the staff could not do enough for the wedding party and the guests, would highly recommend this venue it is excellent, a big thank you to all the staff xx