An historic manor described as a fairytale wedding venue in East Yorkshire is finally ready for business after 10 years of restoration. The venue is owned by TV presenter, Sarah Beeny along with her husband Graham Swift, with the former convent’s transformation being charted in the Channel 4 show, Beeny’s Restoration Nightmare robe cocktail pas cher.
Rise Hall near Hornsea in East Yorkshire, was purchased by the couple 10 years ago for £441,101 and has undergone a complete revamp since the pair took ownership of the impressive manor house. The historic building has been painstakingly restored so the house still retains a strong sense of its past, while at the same time offering all the modern convenience expected of a high quality wedding venue.
Sarah Beeny and her husband described how they endured a very stressful 12 months in order to obtain the correct licensing to host civil ceremony weddings at Rise Hall, however all of the necessary documents are in place and the venue is ready to start taking bookings.
The 33-bed property boasts accommodation for 56 guests and also the choice of seven reception rooms and extensive grounds. The wedding venue is being managed by specialist events company, Dine, who are excited at the prospect of inviting brides and grooms to the fairytale venue.
Rise Hall wedding venue is available for hire on an exclusive self-catering basis, so the couple hiring the venue for their dream wedding have the freedom to choose their own suppliers from the caterers, right through to their own mobile bar hire provider and furniture hire company petite robe noire.

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