The Grange Country House Hotel, Bristol North
The Grange Country House Hotel
is set in 18 acres of beautiful grounds – lovely for a Summer wedding. The 19th-century Bath stone manor house is conveniently located in a peaceful area of North Bristol, and has recently undergone a huge refurbishment. With a recurrent theme of the hotel’s 200 year old cedar tree, the venue offers a charming and homely feel.
One of our favourite finds was the hotel’s ‘Secret Garden’ which is beautiful; it has a walled entrance covered in beautiful ivy. Offering a unique and stunning location for a Summer or marquee wedding reception, couples can enjoy the completely secluded and private Secret Garden on their big day.
With a relaxing ambiance, The Acorn Restaurant is a great place for dinner. The food and presentation were lovely and the staff were great. The restaurant’s name reinforces the tree theme along with a beautiful piece of plate art which also mirrors the hotel’s iconic cedar tree. Enjoy a drink or coffee after dinner in the hotel’s relaxing Conservatory Bar.
The breakfast was buffet style, with lots of choice from continental & full English. The food was fresh and hot – exactly what you would need after a wedding!
The hotel offers a selection of different room grades, including classic rooms, privileged rooms and family rooms. The rooms were clean, offering comfortable beds and robes if required. All rooms offer complimentary wi-fi and flat screen TVs.
Offering a wide selection of options for your big day, the hotel have a license for wedding ceremonies so you can say your vows at the venue before indulging in your wedding breakfast. With lots of choice and flexibility between indoor and outdoor set ups, you can personalise your big day. Our favourite option was the Secret Garden – whether the space be used for a drinks reception, outside games or the wedding breakfast and marquee, it is the perfect secluded location for any wedding.
Thank you to The Grange Hotel for allowing us to visit and for some of the above pictures used in this review.