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North YorkshireGetting Married - Wedding Venue

Thursday 28th August 2014  


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The Priests House

Wedding Venue Skipton
The Priests House
Barden Tower
Skipton
North Yorkshire
BD23 6AS
England

tel:- 01756 720616
web address:- www.thepriestshouse.co.uk
e-mail:- debbie@thepriestshouse.co.uk

The Priests House :-
As seen on Yorkshire TVís _The Real Emmerdale, Where better to enjoy a relaxing meal than in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, especially in the fabulous Upper Wharfedale considered by many to be the most beautiful of Yorkshire_s valleys. Nestled adjacent to the impressive ruins of Barden Tower and the Barden Bunk Barn, this historic grade 1 listed restaurant and outside tea terrace has a fine reputation for excellent cuisine. So much so that booking ahead is the only sure way of a guaranteeing a table in the small, quaint dining room.

Whether for a quiet meal, a private function, a medieval evening or for a very special wedding day, this is a quite special venue. From walking through the orchard, ducking through the 8 foot deep entrance way to the medieval dining room, with log fires, a dark oak beamed ceiling, candles and paned windows.

For ambience, this is the real thing.

Recommended by Photographer:- Carol Stevens


Wedding Trivia:
CARRYING THE BRIDE OVER THE THRESHOLD
Traditionally, the bride had to enter her new home the first time through the front door. If she tripped or stumbled while entering it was considered to be very bad luck. Hence the tradition of the groom carrying the bride over the threshold.

 

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