Celebrate your special day in the amazing Dales
Celebrate your big day by a gorgeous meandering river or by a crystal clear stream in private and secluded woodland. Party in the wedding field and enjoy the stunning panoramic views of the wild moorlands, lush hay meadows and surrounding woodland. There is plenty of space for a tipi, pole tent or marquee and we also offer a camping meadow for your guests and luxury stone barn cottage accommodation for up to 10 people.
NEW: Kilnsey Park Estate is becoming a licensed venue for legal wedding ceremonies, so you can say ‘I do’ surrounded by the gorgeous countryside of the Yorkshire Dales.
Kilnsey Park Estate truly offers it all and is ideal for couples who are looking for a magnificent outdoor setting for their wedding day.
This venue is a blank canvas for you to tailor as you wish. You have the complete freedom to use your own suppliers and the site is exclusive to you for the entire hire period. Create your very own unique outdoor wedding in this gorgeous natural setting. To download our current wedding brochure please click here: Weddings at Kilnsey Park Estate 2019
We are proud to be an approved wedding venue by Festival Brides. All enquiries and bookings should be sent to email@example.com
“We’d like to say a huge thank you for everything you and the team had done to make our day the most incredible day ever. All our family and friends have commented on how fabulous it was, the food was flowing and absolutely gorgeous, not to mention the beautiful setting. We couldn’t have picked a better place. I hope many other couples can enjoy their special day the same as we have done”. Mr and Mrs P Gray
“My husband and I were very clear that we didn’t want a hotel, factory style wedding. We wanted something very unique. Kilnsey Park Estate helped make our special day perfect and our dream wedding come true. They worked alongside us in planning our wedding in a calm and professional manner. Thank you so much, we would recommend Kilnsey Park to anyone who wants a memorable wedding in the picturesque Yorkshire Dales.” Mrs D Binns