We are licensed to hold Civil Ceremonies and Civil Partnerships
A Civil Ceremony is a non-religious service which you can make as personal as you want with music and readings (must be secular). You need to discuss your specific requirements with the local registrar before the ceremony and this should be done prior to making a confirmed booking of the hotel’s facilities.
Marston Suite - £300.00
Up to 240 guests
Walsingham Suite - £250.00
Up to 100 guests
Barnes Wallis Room - £150.00
Up to 40 guests
Civil ceremony includes a red carpet lined with lanterns
Terms and Conditions
All packages are subject to availability and are valid for new bookings only. Prices are based on the numbers stated for both the day and evening. VAT is inclusive at the prevailing rate.
Arranging a Civil Ceremony
Before choosing a date and time for your wedding at the hotel, you will need to contact the registrar’s office to confirm that they can attend and conduct the ceremony as requested. This can be done up to 24 months in advance of the proposed date. It is the duty of the intended couple to confirm all arrangements directly with the registrar to satisfy all legal requirements; the Hotel cannot be involved with this stage of your booking.
County Hall, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL7 8XE
Telephone: 01609 780780 ext 2602
No food or drinks are permitted by law in the marriage room prior to, or during the marriage ceremony. Once the ceremony has taken place, the reception may take place in the same suite.
Arranging St Stephen’s Church, Aldwark
It is the duty of the intended couple to confirm all arrangements direct with the Church to satisfy all legal requirements; the Hotel cannot be involved with this stage of your booking.
Telephone: 01347 830 088
Once you have booked the Superintendent Registrar and secured your booking at Aldwark Manor Hotel, you will then need to contact the Register Office where you both reside to arrange to give your legal notice of marriage.
Arrival Time: The groom should arrive at the Hotel at least 30 minutes before the ceremony. This ensures the Registrar has sufficient time to verify the information given on the notice of marriage and for the ceremony to proceed.