Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire has unveiled its newly renovated stunning wedding spaces. Located just a few miles from the former home of the famous 18th-century romantic novelist Jane Austen and said to be the first meeting place of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon, the Dogmersfield Estate has long been associated with famous love stories.
Now couples have the chance to get married in the heart of the Hampshire countryside again with the opening of the hotel's stunning revamped wedding spaces. The journey begins as guests enter through the estate's glass link, down the marble stairs to the classically designed rooms. Boasting five separate private spaces, all licensed for weddings, the venue can now cater for anything from intimate micro weddings to lavish celebrations with up to 200 guests.
For a truly magical backdrop, the hotel's historic Walled Garden provides a quintessential English setting with two dovecotes, flowers and original features; perfect for a welcome dinner the night before, an outdoor ceremony, reception drinks and canapés and al fresco dining.For the full country-wedding experience, guests can extend their stay and enjoy a traditional afternoon tea and any of the country pursuits on offer including clay pigeon shooting, archery, horse riding, birdwatching and falconry.
To find out more visit www.fourseasons.com