Sunday 6th April 2014, 12noon – 4pm
We invite you to attend Holdsworth House’s Wedding Open Day.
This is your chance to look round one of Yorkshire’s top wedding venues and see it set out for marriages, ceremonies and receptions. Holdsworth House is one of the county’s most historic and beautiful settings. It is Halifax’s highest awarded hotel & restaurant and the number one wedding venue, with only one wedding held per day.
If you’re recently engaged or looking for a wedding venue for up to 120 day guests (150 evening) come and meet our expert team. We have over 50 years experience in the best celebrations in Halifax. We can discuss available dates, wedding offers for 2014 and packages for 2015.
Take time to wander around the beautiful gardens, historic gazebo, function rooms and bedrooms and discover why so many couples and wedding photographers fall in love with our fairytale setting.
Book a table for Sunday lunch or afternoon tea to sample the 2AA Rosette-winning, Michelin recommended food. We prepare and serve food fresh to order, to a very high standard – an envied reputation and banqueting operation that sets us apart.
Register for free tickets above or call us on 01422 240024
Please note this is a venue open day not exhibitor fair. A small number of recommended suppliers will be displaying their services. Once registered you do not need to bring your ticket with you on the day. By registering for the open day your details will be added to the Holdsworth House database and you may be contacted by our team regarding products and services that we feel you may be of interest to you, you can unsubscribe at any time. Your details will not be passed to wedding suppliers. The Holdsworth House wedding coordinator will be attending the open day to discuss available dates and take new bookings. If you wish to discuss your wedding day in detail, please call now on 01422 232359 to arrange a one to one appointment when we can give you the time you deserve on a convenient date. Pictures courtesy of The Open Road vehicle hire and photographers Barnaby Aldrick and John Hope.