Winter Weddings

Winter is a wonderful time of year to get married at Goldsborough Hall. What can be lovelier than to come in from the cold to the warmth of this family stately home, the former residence of HRH Princess Mary?

Imagine sipping mulled wine in front of a roaring log fire in the Library, lit with dancing candles and snow falling outside.

Goldsborough Hall is famed for its warm family atmosphere and wonderful hospitality and winter weddings are magical.

The bride and bridesmaids can get ready in one of our gorgeous 5* four-poster bedrooms before sweeping down the 17th-century oak staircase.

After a service in the Sir Richard Hutton Room or in the next door St Mary’s Church, have drinks before the fire in the Jacobean Library. Follow this with a sumptuous Wedding Breakfast in the Princess Mary Drawing Room before dancing the night away in the oak-panelled Library.

A Winter Wonderland

A bride’s palette can be wide and varied during the winter months, from the festive reds and golds to the eleganance of cream and green.

A winter wedding doesn’t have to be centred around Christmas. December has been very popular for a long time but there are a surprising number of winter months that are now just as popular.

Image by Laura Calderwood

Many of our winter weddings have shifted away from reds and golds of Christmas to silver, cream – or even dramatic purple.

Food and drink changes too in winter with mulled wine and hot canapés such as mini Yorkshire puds with venison and mini mince pies.

Wedding breakfasts could start with a warm soup, followed by hearty lamb rump and sticky toffee pudding.

And at Christmas time, guests dance round the Christmas tree, with rich, dramatic colours in every room.

December, January and February are classed as Winter, and therefore Weddings at the Hall are less expensive than any other time of year. Please call 01423 867321 for more details.