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Glamour under a grand

Written by: Anna Vandersteen on Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

Eltham Palace and Gardens Wedding Venue
Save over five hundred pounds by making a date to marry in the stunning Hollywood-style surroundings of Eltham Palace & Gardens, London’s wonderfully sophisticated wedding venue oozing with nostalgic 1930s glamour.

This special offer, available for all weddings until April 2012 and selected dates after that, gives you exclusive use for your ceremony and drinks reception in this Art Deco mansion, set in 19-acres of idyllic moated gardens, for just 995 pounds.

Once the childhood home of flamboyant King Henry VIII, it was transformed in the 1930s into a superb millionaire’s mansion and still bears the unmistakably stylish stamp of Art Deco, making it one of London’s most sought-after wedding locations.

You can choose to marry either in the circular coffee and cream Art Deco Entrance Hall or under the original oak roof of the Tudor Great Hall, ideal for larger ceremonies.

Afterwards, interlinked rooms in the 1930′s mansion make a dramatic setting for celebratory drinks.

In fine weather, your guests can move through French doors onto a terrace with views over lawns, flower borders and cooling water.

Dining, dancing and celebrations may be staged in the medieval hall or in marquees to accommodate 400-plus guests.

For more information on this unmissable opportunity to hire one of London’s most sought-after wedding venues with a third off the normal price, please visit:

www.english-heritage.org.uk/hospitality

or contact:

Sarah Horseman
Tel: 0844 824 6788
Email: sarah.horseman@english-heritage.org.uk

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