WoW 24/7 crowned Woodhill Hall in Otterburn ‘Best Wedding Venue in Northumberland’ at a lavish ceremony at Newton Hall last week.

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T121624 Woodhill Hall Otterburn won award for best wedding venue from website Wow 24/7 Pic of staff with the award from the left Diane Smite, Kerry Oliver, Chris Knight, Sharon Coulson and Helen Weston.

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Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at 9:11AM
Hotel named county’s ‘best wedding venue’

A NORTH Tyne hotel has been recognised at a prestigious awards ceremony.

Staff at Woodhill Hall, Otterburn, with their award for best wedding venue. From the left, Diane Smite, Kerry Oliver, Chris Knight, Sharon Coulson and Helen Weston. *Photo: T121624
Staff at Woodhill Hall, Otterburn, with their award for best wedding venue. From the left, Diane Smite, Kerry Oliver, Chris Knight, Sharon Coulson and Helen Weston. *Photo: T121624
Website WoW 24/7 crowned Woodhill Hall in Otterburn ‘Best Wedding Venue in Northumberland’ at a lavish ceremony at Newton Hall last week.

Woodhill Hall beat other venues, including Healey Barn and Eshott Hall, to the top spot.

The 16-bedroom Georgian country house sits within 100 acres of beautiful countryside and became an independent wedding venue in 2009.

Owners Corrinne and Chris Knight were thrilled to receive the award.

“What makes us stand out from all of the other wedding venues is that we offer a two-night wedding stay, which has proved really popular with families as it gives them a chance to get together before the wedding,” Corrinne explained.

“We were surprised to get the award.

“It is great recognition for the hard work we do as a team ensuring everyone has the perfect wedding.”

The 300-year-old wedding venue has been extended to include a Scandinavian tepee which can be used for both dining and partying.

Its latest revamp includes a refurbished dining room and orangery and the addition of the Trunk & Trowel bar, a quirky boutique bar.

The awards were sponsored by Northumberland County Council.

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