As a wedding venue, Grade II listed Bowcliffe Hall is the epitome of Georgian elegance, from the grand entry gates and sweeping driveway, to the spectacular central staircase. Home to aviation pioneer, Robert Blackburn, a Yorkshireman who introduced the first scheduled air service to Great Britain, Bowcliffe Hall played host to many important figures including Winston Churchill and Amy Johnson, another eminent English aviation pioneer.
The light and airy Bowcliffe Room was originally Bowcliffe Hall’s drawing room and has retained many original period features. With doors leading directly out onto a sunny south facing terrace and the formal gardens beyond, the Bowcliffe Room can accommodate up to 80 guests for a civil ceremony or evening reception and up to 60 guests for a wedding breakfast.
The Bowcliffe Room is fully licenced for civil ceremonies.
Take a look at the Bowcliffe Room in the video below:
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