Why I love Scarborough by a Wedding Photographer (Nev Chambers)
Becoming a Scarborough wedding photographer is a dream come true. My family and I moved to the area in 2015 and have never looked back. There is truly something for everyone.
The seaside town of Scarborough, North Yorkshire is not only an amazing place to live and visit but is also an amazing place to get married. If you are looking for somewhere to host your wedding, Scarborough should not be overlooked. View Wedding Gallery.
As a Scarborough wedding photographer, I have been fortunate enough to capture some stunning weddings at the most amazing wedding venues. Being a wedding photographer is made so much easier when you have everything Scarborough has to offer to create those amazing wedding day photos.
Scarborough is home to a 3,000 year old castle, two stunning beaches, a lighthouse, amazing forestry and lots of amazing architecture.
Due to Scarborough being one of Englands oldest seaside holiday towns it has an abundance of hotels, guest houses and Bed and Breakfasts meaning your wedding guests will have somewhere to stay regardless of their budget.
Scarborough, North Yorkshire is surrounding by the most stunning stately homes such as Wrea Head Hall and Sewerby Hall. Wrea Head Hall is a Gothic mansion built in 1881. It still retains all of its original features from stained glass windows to huge fireplaces. Despite this the owners have modernised the Hall making it the perfect location for a wedding, an engagement or just a luxury stay near to Scarborough. View wedding photography packages.
Sewerby Hall is not only an amazing Georgian Manor House built in 1714, but is part museum and part zoo!! It sits on top of headland between Scarborough and the nearby seaside town of Bridlington. So when it comes to wedding photography options you really are spoilt for choice. As your wedding photographer I would capture unique, classy and amazing images from wild landscapes, to maybe a meerkat in the background! Either way you can be assured your wedding day photographs would be something to treasure.
Another benefit of Scarborough as a wedding venue is the stunning sunsets and sunrises. Brides and Grooms often want photographs on their wedding day on the beach and when time allows a quick shot at sunset always ends up in the wedding album.
Hackness Grange, is one of Scarborough’s most popular wedding venues. It is a 19th century Manor House set on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, and only a few miles from Scarborough, meaning that the wedding day photography options are endless.
A little bit further North from Scarborough is Raven Hall Hotel, sitting on the cliff edge between Scarborough and Whitby, overlooking Robin Hoods Bay. The hotel (or parts of it) date back to 1774. The Hall has castle walls looking out to sea and fabulous grounds for your guests to explore. Sunsets at Ravenhall are truly something to behold, even if it rains.
Closer to Scarborough but in land a few miles is Ox Pasture Hall, is set within 17 acres of land and hosts a number of locations for you to hold your wedding ceremony. Ox Pasture Hall wedding venue can host your ceremony with the ancient Hall, in a newly converted barn or outside under a thatched gazebo.
This is just a small sample of the amazing wedding venues in and around Scarborough.