Yorkshire Heart Vineyard
Yorkshire Heart Vineyard is a stunning picturesque venue for
anyone looking for somewhere a totally unique to host their event…
you don’t get much more unique than a Vineyard in the heart of
Hornington Manor with its charming, rustic wedding barn, previously home to the new born lambs, has been lovingly transformed into a beautiful wedding venue. The barn boasts a lovely high ceiling and large double doors which open out into the Manor’s courtyard – an ideal setting for a welcoming drinks reception. Accommodating up to 150 guests, the barn is a hugely flexible wedding venue that allows each couple to really craft their own celebration. www.horningtonmanorholidaylets.co.uk
The De Grey Rooms
The De Grey Rooms is York Theatre Royals' unique event space, suitable for wedding receptions, dinners and other celebrations or conferences. Recently restored to its former Victorian glory, these spectacular rooms boast stunning high ceilings and period features, creating a beautiful, light and airy space. The Ballroom can accommodate up to 120 people for dinner or up to 150 for a buffet or conference. www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk
York Minster, The Chapter House
The Chapter House was added to the Minster in the 13th century
and was used for parliament by Edward I and II, it remains in use as
a meeting place of the College of Canons today.
The walls of the octagonal room contain some of the Minster's finest carvings, dating from 1270. The shape and beauty of the Chapter House makes it the ideal setting for dinners up to 130 and receptions up to 250 for those events where you really want to impress your guests. www.yorkminster.org
Merchant Adventurers' Hall
The Medieval Hall of the Company of Merchant Adventurers was built
between 1357-1361 and is the finest building of its date and type in
Europe. It provides a highly unusual yet entirely practical setting
for banquets, weddings, dinners, luncheons and exhibitions.
The principal room on the first floor is called the Great Hall and the large room beneath it on the ground floor is called the Undercroft. They each have ample space and can accommodate 180 guests.
There are two other rooms, which may be used in conjunction with the larger rooms or as exclusive settings for small parties. The variety of rooms therefore makes the Hall very suitable for a wide range of functions. www.theyorkcompany.co.uk
The Hospitium is a picturesque 14th century listed building
overlooking the Yorkshire Museum and Museum Gardens.The venue is set
over two floors, giving the flexibility of providing an ideal space
for a whole host of functions, from weddings/wedding receptions and
conference dinners, to family celebrations or office parties.
We can host seated banquets for up to 135 guests and drinks/buffet receptions for up to 200 guests. The ground floor provides the ideal space for drinks receptions, exhibition space and offers an informal seating area for guests, whilst the first floor is perfect for the seated banquets. www.yorkvenues.org.uk
National Centre for Early Music
The versatile space offered at the National Centre for Early Music
makes it an excellent choice of venue for conferences, meetings,
product launches, functions and events.The Centre, housed within the
Grade-One listed Medieval church of St. Margaret's, combines an
elegant, historic building with cutting edge technology, creating an
unparalleled setting. www.ncem.co.uk
Enjoy wonderful food, dancing and entertainment for 10 - 120 guests
as you relax and cruise through York on your own privately chartered
riverboat, day or night, 12 months of the year! You can privately
charter one or more of 5 modern riverboats as a unique venue for any
special occasion or event. The boats all vary in size, layout and
facilities, however, all of have heated lounges with panoramic
windows, open sundecks, nice toilets and a fully stocked bar.
Fairfax House is perhaps the finest 18th century house in the North of England. It was designed by John Carr of York, and typifies the best of mid-18th-century rococo decoration. Sadly, successive owners had allowed the house to decay to a state of near collapse by the early 1980's, when it was acquired by York Civic Trust with a grant from the National Heritage Memorial Fund. Further grants enabled the Trust to restore the house to its former glory, and in October 1984 it was opened by the Duchess of Kent. www.fairfaxhouse.co.uk
Our team of chefs also offer catering for any event or function held
in a marquee. In fact, Bradshaws have had many years of experience
catering at marquee based events. So we can be sure that your event
will run smoothly, wherever the location.