Situated in Nottinghamshire, The Old Vicarage At Elkesley was built at the
foot of exposure of 500 million-year-old sandstone and occupies what must be one of the most idyllic private and sheltered positions in this locality.
Approached by its coach road or by way of Park Lane, it's set within five-acres of wooded grounds divided by the shallow River Poulter.The venue has a beautiful oak hallway and doors bearing the trademark of Mousey Thompson, the famous Yorkshire woodcarver, which leads into the Osbourne Suite. This is a ceremony room that holds 60 seated guests, boasting a magnificent marble fireplace, deep cornices and oak doors. Alternatively, say 'I do' in the Pergola that's located deep in the forest and overlooks the shallow banks of the River Poulter. This space can be lit by candles, lanterns or lamps to create a romantic atmosphere and set the mood for the special day.
Receptions can be arranged in the marquees, tipis or yurts with different furniture to choose from such as chairs, benches or hay bales, different tables and more. This allows couples to make this space their own and fit with any theme. All electrics are organised and checked before the day and heaters can be used to ensure warmth, even in the coldest of weather.
If the bride and groom wish to have a glamping wedding, they can either hire a village from a separate supplier or bring their campervans or tents for a nominal fee. The couple can also book the log cabin as a bridal suite and there's also a 17th-century coach house that canbe used.
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