The Team at Bawtry Hall are thrilled and delighted after the venue was named in the top Most Spectacular Yorkshire Wedding Venues by the Yorkshire Post.
The article which was published on the 5th October, covers eight of the best wedding venues in Yorkshire, included are also Grantley Hall, The Grand at York and Rise Hall.
Katey Dent of Bawtry Hall commented “We are absolutely thrilled to be included in this fabulous group of wedding venues. The Hall has almost been open now for two years and the team’s hard work is paying off. We have carved our niche in the exclusive use wedding market and have couples travelling miles to hire Bawtry Hall as their special day venue – because is it simply beautiful.”
The Yorkshire Post approached Bawtry Hall as were looking for the most exquisite venues – from small, simple, intimate nuptials to huge, opulent statement celebration venues.
Bawtry Hall was built in 1773 as a weekend family home of wool merchant Pemberton Milnes. During WWII it was taken over by the RAF and became known as Bomber Command up to the cold war. Recently taken under private ownership, Bawtry Hall was restored into an exclusive use wedding and event venue in 2017, managed and run by the experienced team at the Crown Hotel Bawtry next door.
The article talks about the beauty of Bawtry Hall, but also their Unique selling point of having Bawtry on the doorstep to the venue which makes the hall a fabulous weekend wedding destination. Guests stay next door at sister venue The Crown Hotel and spend money in the Bawtry economy in the restaurants, bars and shops.
Katey added “I am so pleased The Yorkshire Post also talked about our giant seven meter blossom tree which is situated near the grand staircase at Bawtry Hall – it is the perfect location of wedding photographs and social / Instagram posts! We are proud of what we have achieved and are very excited for the future making dreams come true for lots of happy couples.”
For more information please visit www.bawtryhall.co.uk or contact Katey Dent at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07796544749.
Click here to read the full Yorkshire Post story.