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Country house famed for annual snowdrop displays wins Best Wedding Venue 2015 award

George Buchanan & members of the Hodsock Weddings Team (L) Photo courtesy of Peter Boyd Wedding Photography

Hodsock Priory, a luxury 19th century country house in north Nottinghamshire, now proudly boasts award winning status having won ‘Best Wedding Venue’ at the inaugural I Do Wedding Awards 2015.

The estate’s ‘secluded splendour’ motto is wholeheartedly endorsed by Hodsock Wedding couples and I Do Magazine readers. The I Do awards were voted for by the public and this method of judging means a great deal to the team at Hodsock.

George Buchanan, ninth generation owner and manager of Hodsock Priory said, “We’re incredibly proud to have won this award. From this amazing Best Wedding Venue accolade to commemorating our 250th year at Hodsock, this is a year of celebrations for a very hard working team.”

George has welcomed hundreds of wedding parties to his family home with the support of a truly dedicated team. Brides and grooms receive exclusive use of the house, accommodation and access to 800 acres of formal gardens, woodland and countryside, with flexible and affordable all-inclusive wedding packages.  Selected dates are still available in 2015/16 including summertime.

“Nothing gives me more pleasure than seeing our home alive with the fun and romance of a wedding party.” says George. “Our home makes a wonderful wedding venue and is for couples looking for something unique, relaxed and elegant. We offer our trusted advice, our attention to detail and affordable packages so Brides and Grooms-to-be have complete flexibility.”

Hodsock Priory has a bridal suite and two rooms in the main house and ten luxury B&B suites a short walk from the house at The Courtyard.

For details about Hodsock’s wedding packages and facilities visit www.hodsockpriory.com/weddings or call 01909 591204 and speak with Lynda Pepper, weddings manager.

Posted on 02 June 2015

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