Bramham Park

Bramham
Wetherby
Yorkshire
LS23 6ND

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Bramham Park is a splendid Queen Anne mansion set amidst one of the greatest, historic, formal landscapes in Britain. Built in 1698 and famous for its 66 acres of French formal gardens, Bramham Park is one of the finest venues in the North of England.

Your wedding is likely to be one of the most memorable days of your life. Whether you want to celebrate with a lavish party or are looking for a more intimate affair, it is hard to imagine a more exclusive and elegant venue than Bramham Park.

As a private estate, Bramham Park offers you exclusive use for your wedding party. Dine at Bramham Park represents a partnership in excellence; an opportunity to experience an exclusive, stately venue in a spectacular setting with the renowned food and service of an award-winning market leader in the events and hospitality industry.

Dine have made a significant investment in a purposely built and sumptuously equipped marquee, sited at the heart of Bramhamís idyllic grounds. The interior of the marquee can be designed bespoke to your needs, including lighting, layout and theming. Thermostatically controlled heating means that whatever the weather, the environment for your wedding will be perfect.

The marquee is a fantastic option for your wedding reception, meaning you do not need to be restricted by numbers and your wedding can have the look and feel you want to create with panoramic views of Bramham Park estate. Dine thinks of everything from concept to completion meaning you have exactly what you want without the headaches.

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