Hospitium Wedding Photographers: York Wedding Venues

Wedding Photography in York at The Hospitium, one of the most popular York Wedding Venues.

The 14th century Hospitium is a two-storey listed building ,set within the gorgeous YorkMuseumGardens.  It was once a support building for St Mary’s Abbey, and now overlooked by the outstanding ruins of the former Abbey.  It is a perfect setting for your wedding photography, both inside and outside provide ideal backdrops for your wedding photographs.  The medieval features, and traditional old English architecture provide a quite unique setting.

We just love York and all the history that is preserved in so much of the city, and we are thrilled to be able to offer an exclusive promotion on our Wedding Photography packages for couples who are booking their wedding at the historic Hospitium this year.  If you like stylish, natural, and timeless wedding photography, email us to find out more about our promotion and how much cash you can save to spend on your dress (sorry boys)!

 

(From the YMT website)
The Hospitium is available for hire throughout the day and evening.  The ground floor is ideal for your wedding ceremony and can be quickly converted to an open area for a drinks reception after the formalities are completed.  During the warmer months, many couples choose to hold their post-ceremony drinks reception outside on our paved area.  This roped-off area looks out over the Museum Gardens and helps create a lovely summer garden party atmosphere.

The first floor, with its high ceiling and half-timbered walls, provides a stunning dining room for your wedding breakfast.  To round off the evening, the ground floor can again be converted into a space for music, dancing and more drinks!”

 

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