Monday, 26 September 2011

Venue Spotlight: Goldney Hall

If you are looking for a historic venue for a Bristol Wedding, then a University may not immediately spring to mind but Goldney Hall, which forms part of the University of Bristol is full of hidden gems. Goldney Hall  was built in the 1720s and  remained a family home for over 230 years before passing to the University in the 60s.


                

It boasts an impressive orangery, original paneling and landscaped grounds full or grottos, follies, canals and monuments that make an amazing backdrop to your Wedding photography. Ceremonies for up to 40 take place during the University holidays in the Mahogany Parlour with its ornate fireplace and views over the gardens.


                          The tower and purple flowers in the gardens of Goldney Hall, Bristol


For reception of up to 150 people, the Orangery is a beautifull light filled space that overlooks the ornamental canal, tower and gardens. All catering is provided by Fosters Events who hold a long standing contract with Goldney Hall.


                             The wedding tables set up inside Goldney Hall conservatory

Visit the website to read the Wedding brochure here

Photo Credits ELC, Rosie Parsons

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