What can you expect at The Merchant Adventurers' Hall wedding venue in York?
Built between 1357 and 1361 in York, this venue is Britain's oldest surviving half-timbered guildhall, crafted from oak sourced from the Vale of York. The timber frames against the distinctive yellow of the walls makes this a special landmark in the city. Couples will love the secluded walled garden for a drinks reception in the warmer months.
Time to celebrate!
Large ceremonies and wedding breakfasts are held in the magnificent Great Hall (180 guests) under high ceilings and exposed beams. Smaller parties will love the elegant Governor's Parlour (20 guests) and the intimate Committee Room (24 guests).
Drinks and evening receptions take place in the ambient Undercroft (180 guests). Attached to the early 15th-century chapel, it boasts flagstone flooring and oak pillars.
The courtyard and tranquil gardens bound by the River Foss provide an idyllic setting for photographs.
The Merchant Adventurers' Hall | 01904 654 818 | www.merchantshallyork.org