On behalf of the entire team at the George Hotel may we congratulate you on your engagement and forthcoming marriage. We are delighted that you are considering our hotel for your wedding day celebrations.
The George Hotel is fully licensed to hold Weddings and we have wonderful function rooms for you to choose from, depending on the size and style of your wedding party.
Our Grand Ballroom is the ideal venue for a wedding or special occasion for up to 120 daytime and 180 evening guests. With air-conditioning and a balcony overlooking the River Tees, there are few venues in the region to rival it.
The Ballroom’s beautiful grand staircase provides a fantastic entrance for newly-weds when greeting their family and friends and for those all important photographs.
Our stylish Pavilion Room is impressive with its light and airy surroundings and is perfect for more intimate weddings, accommodating up to 70 daytime and 100 evening guests.
Our wedding packages can be tailored to your budget to make your special day individual and personal. Weddings at the George Hotel are an exclusive event and we promise to dedicate ourselves to your event only on your big day.
Our professional, experienced and friendly team will delight in looking after you and your guests, enabling you to relax in style and thoroughly enjoy your big day.
by Laura Cowardon Sun, 13th August, 2017
The George were without a doubt the best venue we could have ever dreamt for to host our special day. From the start of planning our wedding, they were nothing but supportive and none of our weird or wonderful ideas were too much for them. Gemma, the events manager, was absolutely fabulous. She was so helpful to make sure our ... Read More
by Nicola Marloron Wed, 30th March, 2016
Celebrated our wedding here yesterday from ceremony through to the evening. We hired the Pavilion Room for the day which was perfect for our small wedding of 30 people. In all big occasions you expect a few minor hiccups or some sort of niggles. All day we waited for something and yet we are still waiting. The whole thing went ... Read More