Historic Eschol Park House is an historic old colonial property boasting picturesque gardens and a heritage home with elegant fireplaces and high ornate ceilings throughout. If you want the pure romance of a country wedding, this is a place you will fall in love with. This lavish NSW wedding venue is celebrating 25 years of helping brides and grooms host their events. They are a family that really cares about their clients and really strive to make each wedding special.
With two landscaped gardens featuring a Victorian fountain and a gazebo, Historic Eschol Park House is ideal for garden ceremonies, but in case weather ruins your plans, there is a beautiful drawing room with a grand fireplace in the house.
There are also three breath-taking reception venues that can seat between 40 and 180 guests. Queen Victoria Ballroom is the largest one, radiating the old world glamour and sheer excellence with its ornate interior and floor-to-ceiling windows, while the gracious Regency rooms is mid-size with two balconies and a spacious dance floor, and the Garden Room is intimate and cosy with its sandstone walls and inspirational views.
Historic Eschol Park House offers great wedding packages, with no hidden charges, in a unique and historic venue that looks great with you both in all your photos. The professional and friendly staff have many years of experience to ensure your special day runs smoothly.
Historic Eschol Park House can also offer links to key wedding suppliers in the area, including photographers, celebrants and wedding cake makers, so organising your big day is even easier. Three different rooms are available to suit your reception numbers. Trial dinners to sample the menus and photo albums are also available to help with your selections. Wedding packages come with all inclusions, as well as basic food and drinks packages, allowing you to tailor a package to suit your requirements.
"Thank you so much for creating such a fantastic experience for us on our wedding day at your venue. The service, from, the day we first visited to the night of the wedding, was exceptional and you should be very proud that you have such an amazing team. We all felt that everyone went the ‘extra mile’ for us and we are so very appreciative of that”, said one of the couples who celebrated their nuptials at Historic Eschol Park House in 2013.
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