I had a great afternoon performing dinner party magic entertainment at Weston Hall in Staffordshire yesterday. It was an wonderful summer’s day, and everyone had a fabulous time.
For those of you who have yet to to decide on a location for your wedding, let me tell you a little more about the Weston Hall wedding venue.
Weston Hall is located in beautiful rural Staffordshire, and commands fabulous views across the Trent Valley. A fantastic grade II listed building surrounded by 20 acres of breathtaking grounds and scenery, the hall is ideal for weddings all year round – whatever the weather.
Retaining many of its Elizabethan features and blending with custom-designed elegant decor, the result in a truly magical setting for your wedding day celebrations.
Weston Hall provide a number of different room options, use of the terrace, and Civil Ceremony options.
The staff were friendly and looked after me before my performance, and were also very accommodating with the guests who I was entertaining – even though they were celebrating a special family birthday and comprised a large party.
The Cellar Restaurant was spacious, well air-conditioned given the hot, close weather, and accommodated the dining tables with ease. When I perform dinner party magic and entertainment, my guests are sometimes squeezed into a corner out of the way, but Weston Hall provided the family with a large location, which whilst connected to the main restaurant – gave a sense of privacy and a secluded space.
Performing magic and mind reading entertainment at Weston Hall yesterday reminded me of why I love this venue, and before I left, I made sure that I booked a table for a meal in the next few weeks which I’m now really looking forward to!
The outdoor terraced area was lovely, fabulous views, and spacious tables. Whilst the wedding guests were mixed in with members of the public who were at Weston Hall restaurant, the outdoor areas were large enough to accommodate both with their own sense of unique space – rather than feeling as if the wedding guests were intruded upon.
If you are considering having a Weston Hall wedding venue for your reception and have any queries, my advice would be to first contact the venue (see link below), but please feel free to get in touch with me and I’d be glad to offer impartial advice. If you are undecided I would strongly recommend contacting Weston Hall’s wedding planner, or even just visiting for a wonderful meal in the Cellar Restaurant.
Images taken from the official Weston Hall Website: http://www.weston-hall.co.uk/weddings