The Montagu Arms Hotel is a charming wedding venue set in the picturesque and historic village of Beaulieu, on the edge of the New Forest. Here, romance and history entwine, and from the moment you arrive, you will discover much that delights and inspires. The hotel's lovely oak panelling, open fireplaces, and quintessentially English gardens give it a unique character and make it the perfect setting for an intimate and unforgettable wedding celebration.
Facilities and Capacity
The Montagu Arms Hotel is licensed for civil marriage and partnership ceremonies and can accommodate parties of up to 100 guests during the day and up to 150 for your evening reception. The hotel has two main event spaces: the Oakwood Room, which features original parquet flooring and a traditional aesthetic, and the elegant Terrace Restaurant, which affords excellent views of the gardens. The hotel also has 24 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites. Some of these enjoy views of the magnificent Beaulieu Palace estate; others overlook the hotel's enchanting English gardens.
The Montagu Arms Hotel provides the quality support you need to relax and enjoy your perfect day in style and comfort. The hotel's head chef will work closely with you to plan your wedding breakfast menu and ensure that you're satisfied with every aspect of the meal. The hotel's experienced and talented wedding coordinator will also be on hand to help design the celebration of your dreams, right down to the smallest detail. At the Montagu Arms Hotel, they understand that your wedding is more than a day; it's an experience that you will look back on with fondness for many years to come, and they want to do their part to give you the wedding that your remarkable love story deserves.
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The Montagu Arms Hotel Real Weddings
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Palace Lane SO42 7ZL Beaulieu (Hampshire)
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