The George Hotel is a beautiful wedding venue in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, England. This historic building, located within easy reach of the A14 and A1(M), was formerly the home of Oliver Cromwell's grandfather. Today, this unique coaching inn combines historic charm with the best modern amenities. Here, you and your loved ones can enjoy an atmosphere of warmth and quiet splendour befitting your big day. The George Hotel's experienced and dedicated team would be delighted to make their lovely Cambridgeshire property the setting for the start of your new married life. They can't wait to meet you and arrange a viewing.
Facilities and Capacity
The George Hotel is available for wedding ceremonies and receptions so that you can celebrate all aspects of your special day under one roof. The first-floor ballroom is the main event space. This delightful room is designed in the Georgian style and retains many of its original features, including a lovely high ceiling and crystal chandeliers. Rows of tall windows bathe the room in natural light, and the ballroom has a dance floor area so you and your guests can dance the night away. The ballroom can accommodate up to 120 guests, and the hotel has 26 guest bedrooms for those that would like to stay the night.
The George Hotel has everything needed to celebrate a day you'll never forget. In-house catering is provided and can either be served as a plated meal or as a buffet. The hotel has alcohol and entertainment licenses, there are facilities for DJs and live music, and confetti is permitted in the event space. Overnight accommodation is available for you and your guests, and pets are also welcome. The hotel's wedding coordinator can put you in touch with trusted local suppliers and will be there to ensure that everything runs smoothly on your big day.
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George Street Huntingdon PE29 3AB Cambridge (Cambridgeshire)
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