Dunedin Country House Hotel Wedding Photographer
Wedding Photography at Dunedin Country House by Abraham Photography
Dunedin Country House Wedding Photographer Abraham Photography knows that it is a delight to photograph here at this stunning East Yorkshire wedding venue. It is such a beautiful little country house, with a homely feel, superbly presented gardens, it provides a stunning wedding venue for your special day and allows me to capture some truly memorable memories that you can treasure for a lifetime.
Dunedin Country House is a Georgian/Victorian House is full of charm and character and is the perfect venue for your wedding. Set in mature terraced lawned gardens, full of photographic opportunities to capture those special moments.
History of Dunedin Country House
Built around 1831, Dunedin Country House combines the late Georgian style with a hint of Victorian influence. Previously known as the Terrace House, a grain merchant travelled the world and fell in love with the Scottish settlement of Dunedin, in New Zealand. Already the owner of Terrace House, upon his return, he renamed it Dunedin and, further inspired by his travels, installed an Italian-style balcony you can see today.
In 2012, Helen and Simon St Quinton purchased the property and spent two years carefully restoring, renovating, and extending the house, often using reclaimed materials from the building itself. The couple ensured individualism and quality were the priority in the rebuild and ultimately turned it into the thriving venue that it is today.
Weddings at Dunedin Country House
Known as ‘the undiscovered jewel of Holderness’, this venue offers you the very best, luxury wedding venue experience. Exclusively yours for the day, create your own magical experience with friends and loved ones. For your convivence, the Country House also owns a spa nearby so you can indulge in a little ‘you’ time for the wedding begins – and they can do your make-up and perfect your hair for the day ahead. If you’d like, you can arrive straight from a local church nearby for further celebrations.
Alternatively, it’s possible to hold your civil ceremony within Dunedin itself. The Drawing Room, which overlooks the manicured gardens, accommodates up to 25 guests for a sit-down meal or up to 50 for a buffet. As such, it’s perfect for a smaller, more intimate event. Meanwhile, The Billiard Room accommodates up to 80 guests for a sit-down meal or up to 130 for a buffet. It also looks out over the terraced section of the garden and has its own access through two French doors. Speaking of the garden, it’s also possible to sip Pimms or mulled wine (depending on the time of year) and say ‘I do’ in the fresh air.
When it comes to partying the night away, The Old Dining Room is a stunning room, bursting with history and featuring a roaring open fire. It’s also home to the main bar where you can tailor your tipples for an even more bespoke event!
Should the evening go on late, invite guests to stay over at Dunedin. Each of its 11 bedrooms is individually decorated with a combination of antique furnishings, quality textiles, and magnificent fabrics to create an aura of timeless elegance and comfort.
Wedding Photography at Dunedin Country House
As a homely, beautiful country house, surrounded by mature, terraced, landscaped gardens, Dunedin is full of photographic opportunities. The main dining room, for example, features white-panelled walls, large mirrors, chandeliers, and floor-to-ceiling windows to allow natural light to flood through. It’s the perfect setting to capture photos of the important wedding speeches. Alternatively, in the garden, there are several different points of interest to be photographed under – from ornate arches to unique brickwork. This venue allows me ample opportunities to capture some truly memorable wedding photography you can treasure for a lifetime