About Markenfield Hall
Set in the North Yorkshire Countryside not far from Rippon, Harrogate and Leeds, Markenfield Hall is the perfect place for the most intimate celebrations of your extraordinary day. From custom catering options to historic medieval architecture, Markenfield’s exceptional décor and rich history will add many enchanting elements to this most joyous occasion.
Facilities and capacity
The Great Hall is the largest of the rooms boasting large windows that let in the perfect amount of natural light in the warmer months, candles and a large fireplace for the winter months and seats up to 35 guests. The Vaulted Study is available for the signing of the registry and allows room for eight guests. Charming and intimate, the Undercroft is a space available for up to 35 of your guests for a wedding breakfast or drinks reception.
The Orchard or the East Gardens provide an amazing backdrop for wedding pictures. The Chapel of St. Michael Archangel, the gorgeous mediaeval chapel located on the grounds, is available for a marriage blessing after the civil ceremony by the local priest or a priest of your choosing.
Markenfield Hall provides references for local late night reception venues and lodging along with florists, photographers, musicians, transportation and resources for decorations. This will ensure that you have the things that are most important to making your day unforgettable.
All catering on your big day is put into the capable hands of Dusty Miller Caterers. Owners Brian and Elizabeth Dennison have over 35 years of restaurant and outside catering experience. The Dennisons will personally meet with you several times before your ceremony to make sure the menu meets your exact needs and wants. From drinks and canapés to locally in season foods, the menu you create will be unique to your wedding.
Markenfied Hall is claimed to be one of the oldest inhabited residences in the country and is the most unspoiled surviving fourteenth century house in all of England. The beginning of the home dates back to its entry into the Domesday Book in 1086, and continues that rich history today. The hall is currently being restored to its original splendour.
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