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With its picture perfect location, uninterrupted panoramic views, exquisite ambience and beautiful décor, the Christchurch Harbour Hotel & Spa offers a truly unique and unforgettable wedding venue. A 1830’s Grade II listed Georgian building, the Hotel combines elegance with architectural integrity and a contemporary twist, with carefully designed rooms and areas to soak up the surrounding views. Take your vows against a backdrop of breathtaking coastline views, overlooking Mudeford Quay and out towards Hengistbury Head and the Isle of Wight, the stunning waterfront location is the perfect setting for a wedding celebration. Enjoy the award winning cuisine and dramatic golden sunsets, guaranteeing some truly memorable photo opportunities. Only 7 miles from Bournemouth, this sunny waterfront haven is an idyllic location for your special day, with uninterrupted panoramic views over the harbour, very few wedding venues can match the passion and beauty of this incredible setting. Wedding facilities Ceremony and wedding breakfast for up to 100 Evening functions up to 120 guests Bespoke proposals to suit all budgets - picnic on the lawn or a BBQ grill Licensed for Civil Ceremonies Dedicated wedding team

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