Contributed by Bruisyard Hall
2/01/2018 - Bruisyard Hall
For couples seeking the perfect wedding venue, there is a Wedding Open day at the beautiful Bruisyard Hall, the country house wedding venue just outside Framlingham, on Sunday 28th January from 10am to 2pm. Due to weekend wedding bookings, this is the only available weekend to view the Hall for at least four months.
The Wedding Open Day at Bruisyard Hall is free to attend though guests do need to pre-register online. Couples can take a tour of the 14th Century country house that provides luxury accommodation and can be an intimate wedding venue for up to 24 people. A few paces away, the lovingly refurbished medieval barn can host up to 140 guests for a ceremony and wedding breakfast.
The open day gives guests the opportunity to see the glorious venue, meet the team and meet a range of trusted suppliers. Everyone will receive a goodie bag to take away and the Weddings Team will be available to check availability, talk through catering options and answer any questions that may arise.
Alan Sabol, General Manager at Bruisyard Hall, explains: “We look forward to welcoming couples, their friends and family to Bruisyard Hall’s unspoilt corner of the Suffolk countryside. Our open day provides an opportunity for us to share the warmth and character that resonates from this magnificent estate as our guests mingle with suppliers and enjoy making plans for their special day.”
Bruisyard Hall is a magnificent 14th Century stately home turned exclusive use country house. The stunning building and its barn are set in 700 acres of beautiful parkland and forest in the Suffolk countryside. Not far from Framlingham with easy access from the A12, Bruisyard Hall and Barn have been lovingly refurbished to a very high standard throughout. The Hall can accommodate up to 24 people in its 12 bedrooms – perfect for the Bridal party.
For more information please visit www.bruisyardhall.com or call 01728 639 000.
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