Friday, 2 September 2011

Venue Spotlight: Brunel's Old Station

There are hundreds of wedding venues in Bristol but getting married at Temple Meads may not immediately spring to mind as a romantic location. Hiring a stately home or having a wedding in a conference venue might be spectacular or convenient, but your wedding photos might not be much different to those of other brides.
Luckily Bristol offers the opportunity to get married in truly atmospheric and historic venues such as the SS Great Britain and Brunel’s Old Station.


                                           
While both were designed by master architect Isambard Brunel, the latter has the distinction of being one of the oldest railway stations in the world having opened in 1940 as part of the Great Western Railway.
Today this Passenger Shed which is ideally located next to Bristol Temple Meads station (just think how easy it will be for your wedding guests to get there) is fondly known as Brunel’s Old Station.
The setting is truly stunning with grade 1 listed Victorian architecture and the organisers have done a great job of making it into a fully functional Bristol Conference Venue.


                                             
So why not day "I do" beneath sweeping celings in a hall filled with natural light? Brunel's Old Station has been the site of magnificent achievements in the past and will contine to be a special Bristol venue in the present and future.

Brunel's Old Station can hold Wedding receptions for up to 700 people so if you are having a large scale celebrration it's perfect. Visit the website for more info and to see the gallery and packages.

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