About Goldsborough Hall
Whether you are looking for a larger banqueting experience or a more intimate affair for your big day, Goldsborough Hall is a wedding venue that has the versatility to accommodate all wedding sizes. It stands on 11 acres of landscaped surroundings with unspoilt views over quiet parkland -perfect for you wedding pictures and also to allow your guests to wonder in amazement of the natural beauty of their surroundings.
Facilities and capacity
You may consider getting married in the church adjoining the Hall, with its private royal entrance. Dating back to the 13th-century, it is Norman in origin and can also be considered for a blessing. Marquees adjoining the Hall are available for wedding parties of up 250 people. Guests for a summer wedding could start with drinks and canapés served on the terrace with impressive views across gorgeous parkland. Winter wedding guests could enjoy wine, served in the Library in front of a roaring log fire.
The Hall is licensed to host both civil marriages and partnerships in the following spaces:
All-inclusive packages cover all the essential aspects required to make your reception just special and feature:
Stay overnight in a former residence of a Royal Princess inj one of six suites offered at special rates. Being named after families who owned the Hall during the first four centuries, the rooms are available on an individual per night bed and breakfast basis or can also be hired as part of an exclusive wedding at the Hall.
The gardens were designed in Capability Brown style and boast some majestic and mature trees. These include ancient yew, beech and pseudo-acacia trees along with large redwood, white beam and one of the oldest horse chestnut trees in the country. There are five Japanese cherry trees given to Princess Mary as a wedding gift by the Emperor of Japan.
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