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The Princess Mary Drawing Room
The Princess Mary Drawing Room is the perfect space for your Wedding Breakfast. The light pours in through the three vast double aspect windows, creating a marvellous bright and airy family atmosphere.
The room was extensively remodelled by John Carr of York and Robert Adam in the 1750s and boasts an Adam marble fireplace.
The Princess Mary Drawing Room is named after HRH Princess Mary who lived at the Hall with her husband Viscount Lascelles (later 6th Earl of Harewood) during the 1920s.
It can cater for up to 150 guests for a civil ceremony or up to 110 for a fully seated wedding breakfast.
Sir Richard Hutton Room
The Sir Richard Hutton Room is a beautiful room with many 18th-century features, including the triumphal Robert Adam’s pillars either side of the bay and the decorative cornices. This room is named after Sir Richard Hutton, an eminent judge,who built the Hall in the early 17th century.
East facing, this room captures the morning and lunchtime sun, bathing it in light. This room can cater for up to 110 people for a civil ceremony or 90 for a fully seated wedding breakfast. An elegant Challen baby grand piano resides in the bay window, and you are welcome to use it to accompany your ceremony.
Goldsborough Hall's brand new Orangery adds another dimension to the stately experience. This 1,000sq ft space is an impeccable and elegant choice for weddings. This large space works perfectly as a dining area and has double doors which open out onto the sun terrace and straight out into the gorgeous private gardens.
The Orangery can cater for up to 110 guests for a fully seated wedding breakfast. For larger numbers a marquee can be positioned on the terrace adjoining the Orangery.
The Jacobean Library
Covered in 17th century oak-panelling and with its elaborately painted plaster ceiling, this dramatic room can host up to 90 guests for a civil ceremony.
HRH Princess Mary, the Queen's aunt, and her husband Viscount Lascelles lived at the Hall during the 1920s and this room is almost exactly as it was in Mary’s day – even the dog grate in the fireplace can be seen in photographs from the era.
Used mainly for reception drinks, the Library links beautifully with the central hallway, drawing room, conservatory bar area and the outside terrace.
For larger weddings, a marquee in the elegant grounds of Goldsborough Hall is the perfect solution. The Hall can host a marquee for up to 250 guests.
A marquee is ideal all year round. Whether summer or winter it’s a chance to make the space your own, with your individual colour schemes and ideas.
Set in the beautiful grounds of Goldsborough Hall, your guests can mingle on the terrace in front of the 17-century stately home, before moving into your marquee.
On summer evenings the sides of the marquee can be lifted up, allowing views across the landscaped gardens and the parkland beyond.
The afternoon tea terrace on the west side of the hall is an ideal spot for your marquee. Make use of the elegant state rooms in the Hall for your ceremony or the next door St Mary’s church and use the marquee for your reception.
Please contact our wedding co-ordinator for a bespoke quotation for your marquee wedding at Goldsborough Hall on 01423 867321 or email email@example.com.