A STUNNING mansion in the royal county has been named as one of the best wedding venues in the country.

De Vere Beaumont Estate, in Old Windsor has won best large wedding venue at the 'Guides for Brides Customer Service Awards'.

The historic estate won for its selection of elegant spaces that form a beautiful backdrop for wedding celebrations, such as the unique White House and the Chapel.

The venue can host up to 200 guests nestled in 40 acres of landscaped gardens.

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Helen McMinn – Wedding and Special Events Manager, De Vere Beaumont Estate

Helen McMinn – Wedding and Special Events Manager, De Vere Beaumont Estate

Guides for Brides also commented on the many couples that have praised the wedding team at De Vere Beaumont Estate for going above and beyond for them, for being extremely attentive and organised, and for keeping couples calm on their big day.

Darren McGhee, venue director at De Vere Beaumont Estate, said: “This is a fantastic result for De Vere Beaumont Estate and testament to the hard work and dedication of our team who are consistently ensuring that our guests have a fantastic experience when choosing our property for their special day.”

The Guides for Brides Customer Service Awards celebrate the best suppliers and venues in the wedding industry who deliver excellent service and customer satisfaction.

The awards took place later than planned but were able to take place virtually from Blenheim Palace in Oxford last month.

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De Vere Beaumont Estate recently unveiled the results of its refurbishment to its Georgian mansion house, The White House which includes 26 bedrooms and six events spaces.

The White House, the historic heart of the hotel, refurbishment brings it in line with De Vere’s distinctly British aesthetic.

In 2018, De Vere Beaumont Estate revealed the results of the first phase of its £12million refurbishment which included the creation of new luxury bedrooms and a top-to-toe refurbishment of much of the property, including the hotel’s 45 event spaces.

This saw a refresh of the hotel’s Grade II 19th century chapel, with an ornate painted ceiling and stained-glass windows which was returned to its former glory.

The Chapel’s current window is a replacement as the original was destroyed by a doodlebug which landed near the property during the second World War.