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Elegant Roms


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ncluded within your chosen wedding package you have your very own private rooms for your reception…


The Old Bar


The Flemish Hall leads into this room where a stunning oak bar with polished oak floor await. The Old Dining Room adjoins, making The Old Bar perfectly situated for your sole use during your private event.


The Old Dining Room


East of the Great Hall, the natural daylight, exquisite fireplace, Adam’s work frieze and Ceiling dominate this room. The elegance of The Old Dining Room enhances


any receiving line or buffet celebration.


The Great Hall This spectacular, South-facing room, overlooking the stunning view of Towton Moor, is medieval at its boldest with classical inspiration. Great columns, a marble fireplace, alcoves framing large statues and a high ceiling where oval medallions decorated with over fifty coats of armour encircle the room; all this makes for a day in history with your wedding breakfast celebration in The Great Hall.


The Flemish Hall Great oaks doors make for a magnificent entrance with Belgian marble floor tiles leading into the hall filled with


hand-carved panelling, a magnificent fireplace engraved with scenes from Jerusalem and an ornate ceiling of armorial motifs.


Vavasour Restaurant & Tudor Tower Bar Our Vavasour Restaurant nestled in the Castle, overlooking the Cherry Blossom Orchard is all about luxury and privacy with it’s own Private Dining for 16 people, outdoor Terrace and Tudor Tower Bar for those pre-dinner drinks or a relaxing place to meet with your own hostess. It provides the perfect place for private meetings, family occasions and corporate entertaining.


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