Built in 1729 as a classic Georgian country house in a charming hamlet just one mile outside of Richmond, North Yorkshire, Easby Hall was significantly extended in the late 19th Century to accommodate a ballroom and generously sized dancing hall and staircase. With impossibly romantic views of the remains of 12th Century Easby Abbey (or the Abbey of St Agatha), the River Swale and the charming Georgian market town of Richmond, Easby Hall is probably more glamorous, certainly more luxurious and indisputably as or more comfortable than many a boutique country house hotel.
With its magnificent 100m2 reception room and separate accommodation wing, offering wedding couples and guests total privacy, and glorious gardens and views, Easby Hall sets a new benchmark as an intimate, exclusive and breathtakingly romantic wedding venue close to Richmond, the gateway to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales.
John and Karen met and married in Hong Kong where John worked in retail banking and Karen ran an international publishing business. After twenty years' working in Asia, they returned to Karen’s home county of Yorkshire and bought Easby Hall in 2004. The house has been restored with extraordinary attention to style, quality and detail and with exquisite taste, in order to create a beautiful family home with a wing for the exclusive use of wedding guests.
The Abbey Room with views to die for×
Amazing drawing room with grand piano and seating for up to 70 guests×
Champagne Suite, glamorous guest room×
Champagne Suite, even more glamorous bathroom×
Breakfast in the light filled morning room×
Perfect for an exclusive and intimate wedding © Todd and Moore×
The Hut, perfect for late evening revelry×
Elegant Courtyard Suite×
Wedding packages, including meals, available on request. Easby Hall is delighted to work with your wedding planner to ensure every last detail is perfect on your special day.
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The first of all Richmonds of the world and gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, this market town has it all - with Norman castle, Georgian architecture, cobbled market place, monuments and abbeys, the fast flowing river Swale, and breathtaking scenery. Situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Richmond is a town that inspires painters and poets, past and present.
On the map: One mile outside of Richmond, a couple of miles off the A1 arterial and the east/west highway A66, and halfway between London and Edinburgh
By car: Just over halfway between London (244 miles) and Edinburgh (168 miles), straight up (or down) the M1/A1 and just south of Scotch Corner
By train: Only 2.5 hours from London Kings Cross to Darlington, 2 hours from Edinburgh and 30 minutes from Newcastle
By air: To Leeds Bradford International Airport, then rent a car, Easby Hall is just over 50 miles due north and just off the A1