Salt’s are preferred caterers at the following venues:
Wentworth Woodhouse is a magnificent mansion in a country estate, 10 minutes from J35 M1. Once home to local coalmine owners, it has the largest facade of any stately home in Europe, including Chatsworth, Blenheim or Versailles. The property is one of the most outstanding buildings in the north of England and is currently undergoing a multi-million pound facelift.
The venue is suitable for most types of wedding or event, but its breathtaking Marble saloon is suitable for the most grandiose of traditional weddings.
Victoria Hall Saltaire
Built by Sir Titus Salt in 1871, Victoria Hall is set in the unique UNESCO world heritage site village of Saltaire. One of the many advantages of Victoria Hall is that there a number of different sized rooms that can cater for the smallest event up to a wedding banquet for 180. It is licenced for wedding ceremonies and is suitable for all types of wedding including traditional three course meals, family style service or a hot buffet.
Temple Newsam is a beautiful historic home on the outskirts of Leeds dating back 500 years.
Temple Newsam is licensed to hold weddings and civil partnership ceremonies. Set within 1500 acres of beautiful gardens, woodland and rolling parkland, it combines country house grandeur and intimacy for your special day.
Temple Newsam’s history makes it a perfect venue for a traditional wedding breakfast or grand dinner for up to 100 people.
Oakwell Hall is an Elizabethan manor house in Birstall, West Yorkshire, England. The Grade I listed hall is set in period gardens surrounded by 110 acres (0.45 km2) of country park.
The house was built for John Batt. A recarved stone dated 1583 probably indicates the date of construction. The estate had been purchased by Batt's Halifax-born father, a receiver of rents to the Savile family, who resided at Howley Hall in Batley.
Oakwell Hall was immortalised in literature as "Fieldhead" by Charlotte Brontë, in her novel Shirley.
Northern Monk Brewery
The Northern Monk Brewery is situated on the periphery of Leeds city centre in a former mill property. In addition to producing superb beer, Northern Monk also host events on the top floor of the mill. With exposed red-brick walls, original flagstone floor and wrought iron pillars, this blank canvas is a great space to style to your own personal taste.
It is a fabulous venue for relaxed contemporary dining.
Gibson Mill at Hardcastle Crags
Gibson Mill is set in woodland and has fascinating history. It is available for civil ceremonies, making it a very special place for your celebration. Gibson Mill is close to Hebden Bridge and its current set-up is suitable for casual dining such as picnics, buffets and afternoon teas. Plans are afoot to expand facilities to enhance the range of menus available at Gibson Mill.