New outdoor wedding feature launches at Clevedon Hall North Somerset luxury wedding venue Clevedon Hall has launched a new outdoor wedding feature where couples can exchange vows overlooking the scenic backdrop of Clevedon Bay.
Set in beautifully landscaped gardens, the bespoke gazebo was built from accoya wood and up to 150 guests can be seated in the surrounding area. Brides join the congregation after walking down a specially created curved pathway that sweeps around the grounds, taking in the beauty of the gardens in all their seasonal glory.
The gazebo where couples tie the knot overlooks a flower-lined lake and stands next to a tree that was destroyed in a storm and has since been resurrected in the form of a stunning wood sculpture, reflecting the abundance of wildlife at Clevedon Hall.
“Our new outdoor wedding feature is an incredible addition to Clevedon Hall,” says director John McCarthy. “The hall itself is situated in the most beautiful landscaped grounds, making it the ideal setting for couples to enjoy the perfect English garden wedding.”
Clevedon Hall is one of the South West’s leading wedding and corporate venues combining history and tradition with every modern luxury.
The Grade II listed mansion was unveiled as a premier wedding location in 2014 following a £3 million revamp.
Owned and run by the McCarthy family, Clevedon Hall prides itself on offering a fully personalised event service where every detail can be tailored to an individual’s wishes.
The property boasts 25 elegant bedrooms with ensuite, designed by Jane Clayton Interiors. Every bedroom is unique in design but all offer the highest standards of comfort to help guests drift off at the end of the night. Some of the larger bedroom have additional lounges and dressing rooms.
Michelin-trained executive chef Alan Jones, who has previously worked at Michelin starred Lucknam Park and Cowley Manor, ensures that all Clevedon Hall’s guests are treated to fantastic food.
“We pride ourselves on offering couples the best possible wedding experience,” continued John. “The property and its stunning gardens combine the best of English tradition, making it the perfect location for a really special outdoor event.”