Newly Engaged?

Posted : Saturday 26th December 2015

The festive period is one of the most popular times of the year to pop the question and if you are one of those lucky ones, congratulations! Now the fun of planning your big day can begin, and usually one the first things a couple will consider is the venue. You may already have an idea of the type of wedding you would like, whether it be a rustic country wedding, or an elegant hotel wedding.

Trawl the internet, blogs, wedding magazines and as many other sources of inspiration as you can to get a feel for what sort of venue you would like and what you can get for your budget. You may uncover a hidden gem if you dig a little deepe
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Newly Engaged?
Merry Christmas from Hornington Manor

Merry Christmas from Hornington Manor

Posted : Friday 18th December 2015

From all of us here at Hornington Manor, we would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We have had a wonderful 2015 holding some unforgettabe weddings, corporate events and hen do's! And of course, who can forget the renovation of our rustic Hornington wedding barn which has proved extremely popular with brides-to-be. 2016 looks to be even busier, with many exciting weddings to look forward to. Plus we have some exciting developments in the pipeline so be sure to like our Hornington Manor Facebook page to keep up-to-date with all the latest news. 


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A Venue for All Seasons

Posted : Wednesday 14th October 2015

With the summer wedding season drawing to a close, we are now turning our thoughts to magical winter weddings. There are so many reaons why you should consider a winter wedding. It is such a beautiful time of year with crisp days, frost-covered fields and maybe even a dusting of snow. The darker evenings allow you to easily create your own cosy, romantic atmosphere with a venue filled with fairy lights, candles and perhaps a roaring log fire.

Secondly, it is more likely that all the people that you want at your wedding will be able to be there, as there is less risk of clashing with another couple's wedding or&
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A Venue for All Seasons
Our History

Our History

Posted : Thursday 13th August 2015

Although Hornington seems like a quiet retreat now, it has a long and interesting history, with the first recorded mention of Hornington appearing in the Doomsday survey of 1086. However, a settlement at Hornington it is predicted to pre-date this, with Anglo-Saxon coins being unearther on the site, suggesting that there was a settlement at the time of the Viking raids and there was a rush to hide the wealth. 

The original Hornington settlement was located down by the river Wharfe, comprising of 360 acres of arable land, 12 acres of meadow and woodland. this was a thriving village, but gradually dispersed over the centuries,
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