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on 03 April 2018.

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Weddings at Donnington Grove Country House Hotel

Nobody wants average on their wedding day. We all want a ceremony and reception which is uniquely ours, a personalised expression of the lifelong commitment we are undertaking, and we only get one chance to perfect it.

The setting has to be right. Donnington Grove’s quirky 18th Century gothic building has a unique character with its imposing proportions, heritage furnishings and hand-painted wallpaper. Each room has sweeping views over the

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grounds and the lake, 500 acres of Arcadian idyll for you and your guests to marvel at. The perfect backdrop for gorgeous wedding photographs, Donnington’s grounds include a romantic bridge over the River Lambourn, a willow tree swaying gently on the river bank complete with ducks and swans and even a Japanese ornamental garden.

Donnington Grove’s experienced wedding planner is there to make sure your day runs without a hitch, taking the worry off yourdonnington grove wedding shoulders and creating a bespoke experience tailored to your every preference and nuance. Fully licenced for civil ceremonies and with plenty of parking and generously reduced room-rates for guests, that’s three decisions ticked off your list straight away. No detail at Donnington is too small and everything from the right setting for your ceremony, to designing the flower displays, arranging the menus, table settings and creating those extra touches which gives your wedding its unique character is exactly the kind of service Donnington excels at.

Call Wedding Coordinator Charlie on 01635 581000 or go to weddings@donnington-grove.com

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