For questions or to book an appointment with your wedding planner, please call us today on 67720422 or email functions@petersonsguesthouse.com.au

the location

 

“Armidale’s heritage buildings, gardens and moss covered churches look like the stage set for a period drama” – The Lonely Planet
Famous for being one of the few places in Australia that truly experiences “the four seasons” this beautiful pocket amongst the New England Countryside is a true gem. At Petersons we experience bud burst on our vines in the spring and the garden comes to life, beautiful sunsets on our property after a long summer day, transformed into a spectacle of orange and reds in the autumn, making way for snuggles by the fire while it snows outside in winter. You can’t get more romantic than that, year round.

 

venue and grounds

 

Only 5 minutes from Armidale and set amongst magnificent old English gardens, Petersons Guesthouse promises an exquisite backdrop for a beautiful Wedding. Located on the award winning Petersons Armidale Winery, the guesthouse has quickly established a reputation as the New England’s finest boutique getaway.
The historic ‘Palmerston’ homestead, built in 1911, has been restored in keeping with the period whilst offering all the luxury and comfort of a world-class retreat. Seven spacious suites feature queen or king sized beds, antique furniture, en-suites and many other contemporary touches. The Great Hall is just the place to gather around a roaring fire with a glass of award winning wine.
Petersons is exclusively yours on your wedding day

 

the wedding ceremony

 

Petersons Guesthouse Gardens and Lawns provide an ideal setting. Our weeping elm tree provides the perfect backdrop to your ceremony, and guests can mingle while we serve canapes and drinks before your reception.
We will provide a clothed table and two chairs for signing of the marriage certificate as well as a limited number of chairs for your guests.
Other locations on our property for your ceremony include our drawing room, the cellar door, the sunken garden and the entrance to the guesthouse.

 

the reception

 

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