Set within the Beamish conservation area lies Red Row Estate, a 37 acres sprawl with one of the only lavender fields in the North and home to the Black Horse Beamish, The Orchard Marquee, Old Red Row Rooms, Red Row Retreat, and Huckleberry Cottage.
Offering two venue spaces to host your dream day, with something for everyone whether it be a grand or intimate affair, indoors or outdoors. All of our areas are licensed for a civil ceremony allowing you to move seamlessly from ceremony to reception. The stunning lavender field, woodlands, apple orchard and farm yard antiques provide endless photo opportunities.
For the special wedding feast, the team of expert chefs will prepare a bespoke multi-course gastronomic showstopper befitting the event. We take pride in the fact that all our food is freshly cooked using only the finest, locally sourced ingredients wherever possible.
Our wedding receptions are personalised, not packaged, at every level. We offer you are starting point and price based on 30 guests for the George Ridley room; 60 guests for The Orchard Marquee and the opportunity to build your dream day.
The George Ridley Room
Set in our lovingly restored, beautiful 300 year old building which has kept most of its original charm. You are welcomed by flag stone floors, roaring open fires and an eclectic mix of furnishings. With panoramic views across the stunning peaceful valley, the setting could not be more idyllic for your most cherished day.
The George Ridley Room, Gallery Bar and Terrace is an intimate room for your ceremony, wedding breakfast and evening reception. Featuring stone walls, two open fires, high ceilings and bare oak beams, this stunning room with attached gallery bar and heated outdoor terrace with panoramic views of the rolling countryside truly is a magical location for your special day. This room can accommodate a maximum of 35 guests for a ceremony and wedding breakfast and up to 50 guests for your evening reception.
The Orchard Marquee
One of the few permanent marquees in the north east and offers a bespoke grand venue, giving the chance to add a personal touch, creating your ideal completely unique experience. With stunning panoramic views of the beamish conservation valley, complemented by glorious landscaped gardens and apple orchard, our incredible 150-seater marquee is the ultimate location for your special day.
Furnished with dance floor, stunning 8ft chandeliers, up-lighting and fully integrated sound system - consider it a blank canvas to make your own. The versatile venue has a reception area for arrival drinks and greeting guests, plus plenty of space for dining and evening celebrations. We provide everything you eat in our onsite kitchen, everything you drink in our well stocked bar – we even provide a wonderful in house team to serve you.
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With a range of catered and self-catering onsite accommodation there is something to suit everyone in Old Red Row Rooms, Red Row Retreat and Huckleberry Cottage. Rooms feautre stunning copper tubs for two and four poster beds.
- 300 year old restored building, featuring stone walls and bare oak beams
- Set in 37 acres of idyllic countryside, with one of the only Lavender fields in the north
- The Orchard Marquee is one of the few permanent marquees in the North East
- Can accommodate from 35 upto 500 guests
- Pets Welcome
- Fully licensed to hold civil ceremonies and outdoor ceremonies
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Available for Weddings to take place within 9 months or less from the time of booking. From just £2850 and £95 per additional person.
Take advantage of our lower rates for the Winter months, you can have your dream wedding for less from November through to February.
All of our weddings are personalised not packaged, you can create your dream day from only £2,250 in The George Ridley room or from £4500 in The Orchard Marquee.
Red Row DH9 0RW Beamish (Durham)
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