Priston Mill

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Price: £1,725 - £3,200 total
Style of venue: Traditional, Rustic, Festival, Casual
What type of venue are you? Country House, Barn
Exclusive use: Yes
Ceremony license: Yes
What kind of ceremony can we have? Indoor civil ceremony
Ceremony capacity: 160
Dining capacity: 160
Catering: Recommended supplier
Licensed bar: Yes
Can we bring our own wine? Yes
Corkage: £9.25-£11
Do you have a late license? Yes - 12.30am
Do you have accommodation? No
Is accommodation included? N/A
Are pets allowed? No
What forms of payment do you accept? Cheque, Credit Card, Bank Transfer

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Priston Mill is located in the countryside within close to Bath & Bristol. There are two historic venues to choose from, The Tythe Barn & Watermill, both set within their own private, picturesque gardens. It is a simply stunning place for wedding ceremonies & receptions, run by a dynamic team.

Tythe Barn
The stone walled 18th century Tythe Barn, with high vaulted roof with exposed timbers, has adjoining comfy seating areas and well-stocked bar. It’s ideal for ceremonies and receptions with 80-160 guests and up to 200 for the evening. There are secluded gardens with lush green lawns, manicured flower beds, pergola, old withy tree and little stream, perfect for drinks receptions and photos.
Watermill
There is a rustic charm to the Watermill with the old iron waterwheel rumbling in the background, yet inside the furnishings are cosy & contemporary in style.
The mill stands centre stage in its attractive gardens offering a choice of backdrops - the garden archway, pagoda, millstone water feature and tranquil millpond – all of which come with country views beyond.
Ceremonies for 60-90 guests can take place either in the picturesque Watermill garden or inside. This is a perfect venue for a more intimate wedding, also 60-90 guests for a reception, and up to 130 in the evening.

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We had our wedding reception here in 2012 and after spending far too many weekends looking at dozens of venues, a friend of ours recommended them. The Mill is stunning and the Tyne Barn seriously impressive. We found every single member of staff helpful, nothing was too much effort (We had lots of questions) and they really made us and our guests feel at home. We'd suggest doing a menu tasting as we turned it into part of a pre-wedding fun day out and when it comes to the food, WOW, Honestly THE best. Plenty of local places for friends and family to stay (Well priced and great value, ask for the suggested list) and a great part of the world to spend a few days in as we did before the honeymoon. Top marks from us our very envious guests!

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Priston Mill is located in the countryside within close to Bath & Bristol. There are two historic venues to choose from, The Tythe Barn & Watermill, both set within their own private, picturesque gardens. It is a simply stunning place for wedding ceremonies & receptions, run by a dynamic team.

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Priston Mill is located in the countryside within close to Bath & Bristol. There are two historic venues to choose from, The Tythe Barn & Watermill, both set within their own private, picturesque gardens. It is a simply stunning place for wedding ceremonies & receptions, run by a dynamic team.

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