South Australia’s newest luxury wedding venue Beresford House officially open its opulent doors this April. The stunning retreat, nestled within the idyllic vineyards of Beresford Estate at McLaren Vale, offers the ideal backdrop for a special wedding day. Beresford Estate Manager Sam Galer says the owners of the House had previously hosted a small number of private weddings on the property. “After hosting these weddings, we saw huge potential in the venue to become one of Australia’s most sought after wedding and event destinations,” said Sam. “The venue has been redeveloped with an eye for detail and luxury and is the ultimate wedding experience.”
Beresford House features imported Italian furniture, luxury fittings, top of the range appliances and original artworks, creating an atmosphere of unparalleled luxury throughout. The McLaren Vale venue will exclusively host a limited number of weddings per year, with accommodation for the bride, groom and bridal party in the property’s private living quarters, completing the stunning wedding experience.
Beresford House also boasts an award winning wine list created from the vines surrounding the property as well as an array of gourmet cuisine options. Beresford Estate will officially open its doors to the public on Sunday 29 April with its first ever wedding open day. Guests will be treated to an indulgent day of wedding inspiration, featuring handpicked local wedding specialists showcasing their premium services.
“We can’t wait to open our doors and invite the public to discover Beresford House,” said Sam. “Guests will be blown away not only with the venue, but also the level of service from our dedicated wedding professionals and quality of food and wine packages available at the property. Beresford House is the epitome of luxury in the Australian wedding market.” Some of the wedding specialists showcasing on the day include Mimi-Jane Millinery, Married by Ariel, Israel Baldago Photography, Caleche Bridal House, Him and Her Music and The Blushing Creator.
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