North Wales wedding venue to launch luxury bridal lodge
21 Mar 2018
Soughton Hall in Mold, Flintshire, has announced plans to transform the on-site Victorian lodge house in to a beautiful bridal haven
Currently derelict, a Grade II listed house situated at the top of Soughton Hall's grand driveaway is set to undergo a £70,000 transformation.
As part of the exclusive wedding venue's £400,000 refurbishment by Elle R Leisure, the revamped lodge will provide the perfect place for brides to relax with their bridal party the night before the wedding and will also offer a stunning space for newlyweds after the big day.
The two-storey house which was built in the 1860s by Chester architect, John Douglas, will feature a cosy sitting room with woodburner, kitchen/diner and two bedrooms and bathrooms.
Managing director of Elle R Leisure, James Ramsbottom, says: “We now have more than 100 weddings booked in for next year. The lodge house will help us to accommodate more of what some of our bridal parties may require, both in terms of accommodation space and also in terms of being able to make the most of their very special Soughton Hall experience.”
Soughton Hall's recent makeover has given the venue the competitive edge, with the 15 bedrooms, guest areas and marquee all having undergone extensive refurbishment to better cater for local brides and grooms-to-be.
For more information, visit www.soughtonhall.co.uk.