Romantic North Yorkshire wedding venue

I’m excited to welcome Seaton Hall back to our wedding directory today - it's set in the beautiful heather clad North Yorkshire moors on the edge of the fishing village of Staithes - romance personified!

This secluded part-moated ancient farmhouse, with over 1000 years of recorded history, is totally surrounded by gardens with a magnificent sculpture sanctuary and Pendulum Gardens. There are avenues of trees and woodland walks all set within the private farming estate where you can commemorate your wedding by planting a tree and marking it by having your names carved onto a piece of reclaimed slate. In fact to date 30000 native woodland trees mainly ash, alder, oak and beech have been planted since 2004, so your wedding tree will be in good company.

They tell me that each tree absorbs approximately 25kg of carbon emissions each year meaning 1 ton is removed from the atmosphere over a 40 year lifetime.

Needless to say the entire estate offers an unforgettable photo backdrop for your wedding memories!

Seaton Hall is ideal for small weddings but can host up to 200 wedding guests with a marquee for the wedding feast and evening party. They offer a full catering service using the best locally sourced produce. Make a whole weekend of your big day and have your guests stay over - 32 guests can stay in the eleven bedrooms created out of the surrounding estate buildings - barns, servants quarters and the hall.

Sounds like a fabulous place to have a truly unique do-it-yourself wedding. For more information check out the website, email or phone 0795 7845599

Published: 01-05-2014

Published By: Rosie


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