On Wednesday, 28th August, newly engaged couples will have the chance to visit Crumplebury, the exciting new events, meetings and wedding venue opening soon on the Herefordshire, Worcestershire border.
The preview evening, starting at 7pm, will give couples an insight into Crumplebury, which is set to open its doors later this year. Guests will be welcomed by the owners of Crumplebury to tour the site and see “backstage” as the site nears completion. The evening will also consist of an exclusive tour of the stunning newly built accommodation.
Crumplebury is set at the heart of a fifteen hundred acre, private, family estate, amongst the Herefordshire countryside. Guests are encouraged to bring their wellies, ready to explore the surrounding fields and forests and let their imaginations run wild, envisioning fairy-lit woodland ceremonies with a magical backdrop.
Opening in November 2019, the £3 million project is well underway and already securing bookings for autumn and winter celebrations, corporate gatherings, and weddings into next year.
Developed by the husband and wife duo behind the award-winning Green Cow Kitchens restaurant, the finished venue will be modern, elegant and delightfully spoiling, with all the spaces designed to celebrate its stunning rural setting. With huge expanses of glass and indoor-outdoor flow throughout; breath-taking views can be enjoyed everywhere. The finished venue will consist of a banqueting hall, lounge, bar, gallery, 13 luxury bedrooms and a private cottage.
Joe Evans, managing director and founder of Crumplebury and Green Cow Kitchens, said: “We’re really excited to welcome couples for an exclusive tour of Crumplebury. Once wellies and hard hats are in place, we will navigate around the current building site and talk through what the completed venue will look like in all its glory!”
Spaces are limited so booking is essential, to make an enquiry for the open evening or to find out more about Crumplebury visit https://www.crumplebury.co.uk/open-day-landing-page/.More information »