The Ripon Spa is one of the most ideal wedding venues in North Yorkshire. Set in glorious gardens and parkland, the buildings graceful lines provide the perfect backdrop for stunning photographs and a very special day.
Whats more, our uncompromising commitment to doing all we possibly can for every client makes for a happy, relaxed occasion designed just for you and your guests… a day to treasure forever.
We know that the moment the word 'wedding' is added to a service, the price normally skyrockets. However at the Ripon Spa, we believe in giving a great deal to our discerning wedding clients - a deal that offers friendly, helpful and highly professional service at fair and affordable prices. We can offer a wonderful, comprehensive wedding event for 60 guests from just £3,000 or from just £59 per person! Plus, were more than happy to flex to your plans, so if a Sunday to Friday wedding (which attract a discount!) suits you better than the usual Saturday option, then the choice is yours.
The Ripon Spa Hotel has a choice of three air-conditioned reception rooms and a bar, each with French doors leading out onto the south-facing terrace. All four beautifully styled rooms inter-link to offer complete flexibility.
The three reception rooms are also fully approved and registered for marriage and civil partnership ceremonies. The Ballroom accommodates up to 140 guests, while The Terrace Room seats up to 70. The Garden Room is ideal for a more intimate party of around 20 guests.
For the happy couple your Wedding Day is the most important of your lives, so we like to work closely with you to design your dream day. Our full wedding package includes:
Why not break up the cost of your special day by paying in easy instalments? Please contact us to discuss your payment options.
The Hotels Managing Director Samantha Thompson is a skilled and experienced Wedding Planner. She and her team will be delighted to talk through your plans and offer you advice, guidance and a quotation. Call 0800 158 5455 today for more details.
Wedding Photography courtesy of Nicola Martindale