MIddlethorpe Hall - MIddlethorpe, York, North Yorkshire UK
Built in 1699 Middlethorpe Hall was built for master cutler Thomas Barlow. Middlethorpe Hall is set amongst the rolling Yorkshire countryside and located within a couple of miles of the city centre. It was lived in by famous diarist Lady Montagu and is now also a property of the National Trust.
Middlethorpe Hall plays host to small to medium sized weddings from 12 to 60 guests. As the day progresses guests can unwind in the 20 acres of gardens and parkland. Such areas provide stunning backdrops for wedding photographs. To look at Middlethorpe Hall is a stunning countryhouse that adorns some indicative period features. This venues bold character and rural charm like very few others in York.
There are a number of great places to use as backdrops for stunning wedding photographs at this venue. There is the house itself which sets the scene with some traditionally styled rooms and period features. Then there are the grounds of the house for couples providing superb rural scenery.