Let's face it - it's the big day for the bride, and the last thing she wants to be worried about it where her more geographically distant friends and relatives will stay, whether they can get into their hotel rooms early to change before the wedding, and about their other needs. We're getting very familiar with making things very easy ... for both organising brides, and their less-than-organisable extended families. Here's how we do it at Well House Manor in Melksham.
* Let us know early about your wedding, and that you'll be having a lot of friends and relatives stay with us.
* Until 3 clear calendar months before the big day, we'll take telephone
bookings, and bookings ONLY from people coming for the "Smith / Jones wedding", for the night in question. These will be subject to our usual terms and conditions, and prices.
* If we're more that 2/3 filled by your guests, we'll turn away any other business for that night, ensuring you have Well House Manor as a private venue
* If we're over 4/5 filled by your guests for the wedding night, we'll only charge them our lower delegate rate for the duration of their stay - that's currently a saving of 20 pounds per night on double rooms.
We'll make every attempt to have as many rooms as possible available for early checkin for guests arriving to change prior to the wedding, and we'll guarantee that at least some rooms will be available much earlier than the usual checkin time. If your guests let us know when we should expect them, then we can make (and promise) individual early arrival arrangements at no extra charge. We can also book transport to the wedding venue from Well House Manor, allowing your guests to leave their cars with us.
Well House Manor
offers five double or twin rooms. We are happy to let the rooms for single occupancy, but regret that we cannot accept guests under the age of 14. All rooms are en suite, furnished to a very high standard, and are accessed by a 24 hour keycard system which will also give to access to the hotel at any hour throughout your stay. (written 2009-08-26)
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