Lincolnshire Wedding Venues: Poachers Country Hotel in Boston

There’s a gorgeous wedding venue in Lincolnshire.   It’s called the Poachers Country Hotel in Boston and we think it should be TOP of your must-visit list.

The Poachers Country Hotel prides itself on its individual approach to wedding ceremonies and receptions.

All budgets and tastes are catered for with this warm and welcoming venue boasting a 19th century bar area and function suite catering for up to 110 formal diners and receptions of up to 200 people.

A complimentary overnight stay is included for all couples.

Things We LOVE about the Poachers Country Hotel

  • Its large function suite with state-of-the-art fibre starlight optics.

  • The sumptuous food made from locally sourced produce

  • The garden house marquee set in landscaped gardens

  • The small, dedicated and talented team who are eager to help facilitate the wedding you’ve dreamed of.

  • The emphasis on individual wedding planning rather than a cookie-cutter approach.

  • Civil marriages, civil partnerships and vow renewals are available to couples.

  • There’s exclusive hire of the venue.

  • The 14 bedrooms available onsite with additional accommodation available offsite.

  • Looking to extend your celebrations? 2-3 day wedding packages are available.

  • You have a personal wedding planner.

  • There are special week day wedding rates, too.

Welcoming and conscientious to ALL guests (especially those from the LGBTQ community), the Poachers Country Hotel could be exactly what you’ve been dreaming (and searching for).

On the Poachers Hotel website, you can download the wedding brochure and we’d highly recommend that you do.  Not only does it give an idea of everything the venue can offer, but it also has a helpful planning checklist, phone numbers of local florists, dress boutiques and suit shops, but it also has a sample of the mouth-
watering menu you could be enjoying.

What’s far less exciting but so very important is a copy of the terms and conditions and the contract.  We really applaud the venue for being open with this information.  Couples can see exactly what’s required financially before committing to the venue.

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