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Make Sunshine A Part Of Your Special Day With An Outdoor Wedding At Careys

Posted in by on October 30, 2013 and has no comments yet

Your wedding day will be one of the most memorable times of your life. No bride should have to compromise on the finer details.

The dream of many brides is to tie the knot in a beautiful English garden under the summer sky. Nestled away in a tranquil woodland setting, Careys Manor has the perfect wedding venue for you…

Hidden away in the trees, our walled Cedar Garden is stunningly serene. You and your guests will love the intimacy of your ceremony.

The handmade oak pavilion is a flawless setting in which to share your vows. It has been built specifically for weddings and will look stunning in your photos.

Careys Manor is one of only a handful of locations in the New Forest which can hold outdoor weddings, making it an exclusive venue for your big day.

The Cedar Garden can accommodate up to 100 guests – and if any clouds start to form overhead, we have contingency plans in place to ensure everyone stays dry!

Our beautiful Cedar Suite is adjacent to our walled garden and is ideal for your ceremony, should the heavens open.
Following your ceremony, there are separate function rooms for your wedding breakfast and evening reception.

Celebrate your day in luxury including incomparable dining and an evening you will never forget in our beautiful hotel.

We host only one wedding a day so you can be sure you will have our undivided attention. It’s our aim to make your time with us flawless.

We offer a number of wedding packages including our Complete Celebration for £5,999.

Enquire now or call Françoise Gysemans on 01590 624467.

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