Best Wedding Venues

Oxpasture Hotel

Description: 

Ox Pasture Hall is the most romantic of venues in which to hold your wedding celebrations. Ox Pasture Hall Country House is a luxury boutique hotel near Scarborough, situated on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors and is one of the most sought after wedding venues in Yorkshire. Set in seventeen acres of gardens and grounds, this unforgettable luxury country house hotel, will provide the perfect backdrop to your wedding. The hotel is licensed for civil weddings and partnership wedding ceremonies and can accommodate your needs, no matter how exclusive you want your wedding to be. The hotel is perfect for large weddings or small intimate weddings. As you drive down the private drive, ...
 
Address:  
Lady Ediths Drive
Postcode:   YO12 5TD
Email:   info@oxpasturehallhotel.com
Town/City:   Scarborough
County:   Yorkshire
Website:   http://www.oxpasturehallhotel.com
Telephone:   01723 365 295
Country:   England
Link to wedding brochure:   http://www.oxpasturehallhotel.com/weddings
Total function rooms:  
2
Licenced for ceremonies:   Yes
Maximum dining capacity per room:  
150
 
Maximum ceremony guests:  
150
 

Venue hire fees: 

Please contact venue
 
Exclusive use possible:   Yes
Marquee possible:   Yes
Exclusive use fees:  

 
Marquee maximum capacity and fees:  

 
Use any caterer:  
Evening buffet:   Yes
Corkage:  
Canapes:   Yes
House wine:   Yes
Corkage fees:   N/A
3 course meal:   Yes
House champagne:   Yes
Music and dancing permitted:   Yes
River/water/sea view:  
Accommodation onsite:   Yes
Tea lights permitted:  
Partial open air ceremony possible:   Yes
Late availability:   Yes
Late licence:   Yes
Chapel onsite:  
Number of bedrooms:   32
Fireworks permitted:  
Access time on wedding day:  

 
Access to outside area:   Yes
Close links to local churches:   Yes
Candelabras permitted:   Yes
Confetti permitted:   Yes
Recommended supplier list:   Yes

Late availability details:  

Please see website or telephone wedding venue on 01723 365 295
 

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