Monday, March 14, 2011

Chateau Elan



Chateau Elan's experienced wedding team will place you, your loved one and your guests in the heart of a destination that is all about the finer things in life: our six wedding venues use the fabulous Hunter scenery to showcase your ceremony; our sensational catering team make it an affair to remember; and our event planners ensure it’s a flawless process, offering packages that cater to every taste, lifestyle and need. Chateau Elan has 100 luxury rooms including Spa Suites and self contained Spa Villas to meet all your wedding accommodation needs.

Wedding Venues At Chateau Elan:

The Fairway Lawn: tread a path of rose petals onto manicured greens beside The Vintage golf course’s 18th tee. Your ceremony takes place against a backdrop of greenery, gum trees and valleys of The Hunter. The nearby Barrington Room caters to your guests’ every need.

The Carriage House: a unique alternative to a traditional chapel.  Brimming with character, the Carriage House was constructed from hand hewn sandstone blocks rescued from an 1834 Hunter Valley homestead.  A truly charming backdrop to your wedding ceremony.

The Summerhouse: the elegant Summerhouse is a vision in white against the fairways and foliage. A gently sloping amphitheatre next to the 10th tee has your guests looking onto a truly memorable picture.

The Barrington Room: sitting beside the Clubhouse at the top of the Vintage Golf Course, The Barrington Room is a modern and elegant interior enjoying views over the manicured 18th green and valley beyond. With a capacity for 110, it is used for hosting receptions but it can also serve for indoor ceremonies. A private terrace framed with gleditsia trees makes an ideal pre-dinner drinks area.

The Founders Room: the largest venue at 300 sqm is located adjacent to the elegant Château Élan Destination Spa. With a modern, elegant interior, the Founders Room can accomodate 240 in theatre-style seating or 330 for cocktails and enjoys views over The Vintage Golf Course. The Founders Room can be split into two event spaces.
 

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