Newby Hall is an elegant 17th Century house with magnificent Robert Adam interiors epitomising the Georgian “Age of Elegance” providing a unique and atmospheric wedding photography setting.

Built in the 1690s by Sir Christopher Wren; Newby Hall was later enlarged and adapted by John Carr and subsequently Robert Adam.

Wedding ceremonies can be held in the Statue Gallery or adjoining Library with receptions in the house itself or in a marquee in the grounds, all of which means your wedding album will look splendid inside or outside.

Newby’s award-winning gardens, mostly created in the early 1920s, have evolved over the years and are perfect for strolling after your ceremony for intimate portrait wedding photography.

Address:

Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 5AE

http://www.newbyhall.com/
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