Sutton Park, wedding venue hire at one of Yorkshire’s most exclusive estates…

Sutton Park is a spectacular setting for you to celebrate your special day. Our elegant house offers a unique experience suited to an intimate celebration. Wedding venue hire here includes exclusive use of the gardens where there is a designated area for a marquee and although we do not have space for all your guests inside the house, we would be delighted for the bridal party and the bride and groom to stay at Sutton Park before and after your wedding day so that you can relax and enjoy yourself in style. The elegant rooms and carefully tended gardens will provide a beautiful back drop for your photographs.

Several Sheffield family members have been married at Sutton Park. Photographs from their weddings and others can be viewed in the gallery and in our showreel video below.

We work with a highly-experienced wedding planner and a selection of sought-after suppliers who can help make your big day special to you. Whilst Sutton Park is not licensed to hold wedding ceremonies on site, we are ideally located across the road from All Hallows Church, a beautiful village church. For enquiries about the ceremony at All Hallows Church, please contact Martin Wilshire on 01347 811667.

Please see www.yourchurchwedding.org for information regarding marriage in a church away from your home.

When you hire Sutton Park, we ensure that you have exclusive use for you and your party.

For more information call 01347 810249, or CLICK HERE for other ways to contact us.

Weddings At Sutton Park: A Video Showreel


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    “Our wedding day was perfect from start to finish. We were delighted to be able to receive our guests in the wonderful surroundings of Sutton Park. A beautiful, serene and unique setting so close to York. Our photographs are a source of immense joy, which we look at often.”

    Alice and Etienne Cadestin