Wedding Venue - Wood Hall Hotel & Spa in Wetherby.

Wood Hall Hotel - perfect wedding venue in Wetherby! Luxury hotel and spa, ideal for your wedding.

Wood Hall Hotel & Spa. Perfect wedding venue in West Yorkshire.

West Yorkshire's leading country house hotel offering the most perfect of wedding venues in Wetherby including exclusive use weddings to make your day extra special.

Originally built as a country escape for the Vavasour family, Wood Hall Hotel & Spa remains a tranquil country house where today’s pressures seem an age away. Ever since the house was completed in 1750, it has been a place of peace and relaxation. Even today, the house stands next door to a Carmelite monastery, home to a silent order of nuns. But Wood Hall Hotel in Yorkshire is not simply about quiet contemplation - inspire your delegates with our training and conference facilities at our meeting venue in West Yorkshire.

Set down a long private drive, Wood Hall is perched high on a hill among 100 acres, with fine views of the surrounding area. Offering 44 bedrooms, a 2 Rosette restaurant in Yorkshire and small Health Club and Spa, Wood Hall is a place of gentle relaxation.

Perfect wedding venue for perfect wedding photography. Your Wedding photography is as important as your venue. It should reflect your day and memorise your wedding day the way you want it to be remembered. Please contact me for your beautiful wedding photography at Wood Hall Hotel in Linton, Wetherby. I would be honoured to be your chosen Wedding Photographer Leeds & Yorkshire.

Testimonials for our wedding photography.

" Fantastic service from first contact through to getting our finished albums. We were very pleased with the wedding photos and the way in which they were taken throughout the day. I would have no hesitation in recommending Radek and hopefully will be using him again in the future for a baby shoot! "

Sarah & James - bride & groom.

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