DOMAINE DE VAVRIL

Getting married in France is a dream come true for many couples. Considered romantic, charming, there is a je ne sais quoi of magical to be married in the country of Love.

Exquisite 18th century mansion surrounded by vineyards will be the lovely place to tie the knot if you are looking for a peaceful atmosphere. Located in the Beaujolais region, Domaine de Vavril is an architectural gem, truly characteristic for French architecture.

The reception hall of the Domaine can accommodate up to 150 invitees; yet if you are looking for an outdoor wedding, you and your guests will enjoy the view over the vineyards.

In safe hands of experienced wedding organizer, your D-Day will go smoothly. Domaine de Vavril and their Head of event, Adeline, will offer you a bespoke wedding. Each wedding is tailor-made and unique. With a network of quality suppliers, the team will always be on hand to listen to your questions and help you realize your dream wedding.

Take a look at the amazing pictures and enjoy.

 

Ceremony/Reception Capacity:
Indoor capacity: the reception hall can accommodate up to 150 guests for a seated dinner.
Outdoor Capacity: up to 300 guests. In case of bad weather, you will have the choice between a vintage ballroom with a bar and marquee hire.
Religious Ceremony: No
Licensed for Marriage: No, but you can have a symbolic ceremony.
Catering: No, but the team can provide you a list of recommended caterers.
Accommodation: Yes
Exclusivity: Yes
Contact Address:
Domaine de Vavril
69430 Beaujeu
France
Website:
www.vavril.fr
Contact: Adeline Ramjee
Head of Events & Business Development
T: +33 7 60 63 43 56 
E: adeline.ramjee@vavril.fr
 

 

Photography: ILB Story

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