Ellenborough Park Hotel and Spa is one of those truly romantic wedding locations.
We visited the hotel just a day before Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberpatch was due to visit. How did he survive that building drop with Watson looking on helplessly?
The house is part of the Estate which now includes Cheltenham racecourse and overlooks it from a position on a gently sloping hill to the west.
Ellenborough Park has all sorts of nooks and crannies. There is a sumptuous Minstrels Gallery. It overlooks the Great Hall. Not to mention the Library and countless other rooms which lend themselves to very personal wedding photography.
The stunning grand staircase, has a beautiful mural commissioned by Nina Campbell and leads down onto ancient flagstones.
Oak panelling is seen in several rooms including the Royalist Room and the main dining room. A mixture of moody lighting is complemented by two areas where light is allowed to flood in through glass ceilings. The atrium entrance is one such area and we could immediately see how unaffected by weather this location would be.
From a photographers point of view, Ellenborough Park offers the chance to shoot unique wedding after unique wedding. Each shoot will be as individual as you are. Each shot containing details you might not have even noticed yourself, such is the thought that has gone into the current renovation and re-instatement of this wonderful property.
And outside there is just as much variety. With open landscapes, tree-lined vistas and hidden corners for the most intimate of locations for your wedding.
So when you’ve visited Ellenborough Park and seen what your wedding day could be like, call Miranda Stuart to see what we can add to make your day memorable. Because your memories matter. Or check out a recent wedding here.
More information about Ellenborough Park can be found on their website