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Bathen House Hotel is the perfect venue for couples seeking a luxurious and exclusive setting to celebrate their special day. An all-inclusive package including venue hire, food, and drink is priced at £2,800 for 40 people.
Are there any special traditions at a Somerset wedding?
Weddings in Somerset lend themselves to laid back, relaxed affairs. This is why there are so many paired-back wedding venues in the region aiming to give you and your partner an elegantly chic day surrounded by family and friends. If you are looking for a space that gives off these types of vibes then take a look at Quantock lakes and Wick Farm Bath. Both venues have a relaxed feel with beautiful countryside views that will allow you to drink in the Somerset countryside.
Do wedding venues in Somerset have disabled access?
Making sure that your accommodation is accessible to all your guests is often a top priority for many Somerset brides. The good news is that many Somerset wedding venues have gone through rigorous evaluation to ensure they have facilities like disabled ramps and accessible toilets. However, some listed buildings are exempt from these regulations so it's important to go and check out your venue so that you can ensure it meets the individual needs of your guests.
How far in advance do wedding dates book up in Somerset?
Somerset as a whole is a popular holiday spot as well as for weddings owing to its stunning scenery and great venues. This means that wedding venues in Somerset can book up fast and competition can be high for the top dates in peak season. Many newly engaged couples will begin their venue search as soon as they are engaged to snag their number one location. In general, though, you will most likely be able to secure your preferred wedding date by contacting the venue between 12 and 18 months beforehand. Once the venue is secured you could think about sending ‘Save the date’ cards to all your guests so they can plan and make travel arrangements well in advance.
Should I invite children to a wedding In Somerset?
Whether or not to allow children at your wedding can be a contentious subject for many couples. Most Somerset wedding venues allow children but you may want to have a child-free day. If you choose to allow children, then you might want to put in place some fun activities to keep them busy during certain parts of the day such as the speeches. For many, a wedding is a time to come together and children are an invaluable part of that, however, some couples want to maximise their guest count and allow parents the day to be ‘off duty’ and really let their hair down.
Should you reserve a hotel block for Somerset weddings?
A hotel block is a popular way for couples to ensure that their guests will be able to stay at their wedding venue. In Somerset, many wedding venues double up as accommodation so ensuring you have a hotel block in place is a great way for guests to be able to save on their accommodation and be able to stay in the same venue that they are celebrating with. Speak to your coordinator to see if this is a service they offer and include details of the block in your wedding invitations and ‘Save the date’ cards.