Pauntley Court launches as Cotswold wedding venue

16 Jan 2019

Located in rural Gloucestershire, Pauntley Court has opened its doors to couples for 2019 weddings and beyond

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The birthplace of Dick Whittington who was born in 1352, Pauntley Court is a wedding venue steeped in history and charm.

With formal gardens and far-reaching across the River Leadon Valley, the wedding venue can host both indoor and outdoor weddings with photographic opportunities aplenty.

Privately owned by the Hargreaves family, Pauntley Court even caters for religious weddings with a Norman church on site. The venue can accommodate up to 150 guests - 24 of which can stay overnight and enjoy a three-day wedding weekend. 

Whether couples wish for an intimate celebration or grand affair, Pauntley Court provides a setting to suit all sizes of guest list. 

Take a closer look in the gallery above and for more information, vist

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