New owners of Norfolk venue
Norfolk's Caistor Hall Hotel has recently been acquired by award-winning hospitality and events company Brasted's.
As the latest addition to theBrasted's collection, their experienced team is looking forward to sharing their ideas and expertise to guide couples through every step of their wedding day.
With more than 35 years in the industry and a wealth of experience in fine dining, their wide selection of seasonally inspired and locally sourced dishes can all be adapted to create your own bespoke menu.
For further details of the hotel visit www.caistorhall.com and turn to page 19 for our spotlight on wedding venues in and around Norwich.
More about the venue:
Just a short drive away from the heart of Norwich city centre, discover Caistor Hall in the ancient village of Caistor St Edmunds. Set within a magnificent 32-acre estate, the impressive Georgian hall and lawns are surrounded by woodland and beautiful landscaped gardens, providing an idyllic backdrop for those all-important wedding photos.
The hall’s rich history dates back as far as the Norman Conquest and it still retains many original features; think beautiful high ceilings, columns, impressive fireplaces and huge sash windows with views across the lawns and gardens. There are a number of beautiful reception rooms including the Morning Room, ideal for intimate weddings it’s licensed for ceremonies with up to 50 loved ones.
The outside spaces offer a wealth of fabulous photo opportunities and picture-perfect spots for your own personal al fresco ceremony. Celebrate afterwards in the spacious Pavilion marquee which can host up to 400 people and has its own kitchen, bar and facilities so you can party in private. The hotel also has 20 boutique bedrooms and suites and is home to Brasted’s Brasserie; perfect if you’re looking to stay over and extend the celebration.
We love... the sun-drenched patio – ideal for enjoying a cocktail or two on a summer’s evening.
See more amazing images from Caistor Hall Hotel in the February/March issue of Your East Anglian Wedding on page 19 as part of the Spotlight on Norwhich feature.