Enterine Country House
Enterine Country House
tel:- +44 (0)1292 520580
fax:- +44 (0)1292 521582
web address:- www.enterkine.com/
Enterine Country House :-
Venue type - Hotel
Number of function rooms available for weddings: Main house and marquee
Function room names and capacities: Main House can be used for exclusive use and holds upto 70 max.
The marquee can catrer for upto 200 guests for the meal and an additional 50 at night.
Guests rooms available: 15 (6 in the main house/the woodland lodge/6 in kirk house)
Honeymoon suite available: yes - the Woodland Lodge
Garden suitable for marquees: yes
Choice of wedding breakfast menus - Yes
Alcohol License - Yes
Toastmaster Available - Yes
Entertainment Available Yes
Dedicated wedding planner available Yes
Licensed for Civil Ceremonies Yes
Outdoor Fireworks Permitted Yes
Dance Floor Yes
Evening Reception Facilities Yes
Car Parking Facilities Yes
Ideal Honeymoon Venue
Entertainment is available: A list of approved Bands but Hotel do not book them
Wedding services provided: Personalised show round of hotel and or marquee. Quote provided before date booked. Personalised visits each time to go through details. We provide all table linen and red carpet and toastmaster services.
Gardens or outside locations suitable for wedding photography: 350 acres of woodland estate to choose from
Suitable locations inside the venue for wedding photography: the main house and any of its rooms
Local picturesque areas suitable for wedding photography...: Culzean Castle - 15 miles
Greenan Castle - Ayr - 6 miles
Dunure Castle - 10 miles
Venue special features: Country House Hotel set amidst 350 acres of woodland estate yet only 10minutes from Prestwick Ayr and Troon. Overlooking the river ayr.Beautiful setting
Venue History: built in 1920's and ben a private residence until 11 years ago.
WHITE WEDDING DRESS AS TRADITION
The tradition for the bride to wear white began in the 16th century and is still commonly followed today. This is a symbol of the bride's purity and her worthiness of her groom. The tradition became solidified during the time of Queen Victoria who rebelled against the royal tradition for Royal brides to wear silver. Instead, the queen preferred the symbolism, which is expressed by wearing white. The brides of the time quickly emulated the queen, and the tradition has continued in full force to this day.