Egton Estate is an exclusive hire wedding venue, nestled within the dramatic wild landscape of the North York Moors National Park, just 6 miles form the picturesque town of Whitby. We provide a private, secluded and romantic setting for intimate weddings through to gatherings of up to 160.

The Egton Estate has been within the Foster family since 1869 and is truly loved and cared for. Our family invites all wedding couples to make themselves feel completely at home and to embrace and enjoy the beautiful surrounding natural landscape and all it has to offer. Enjoy activities such as salmon fishing, clay pigeon shooting, wine tasting, wildlife watching (particularly otters and birds of prey), walking or simply relaxing within the gardens or by one of the many open fires.

Egton Manor provides a perfect setting for small and intimate weddings of 15, through to larger gatherings of 160. We offer our venue on a 2 night, exclusive hire basis, with accommodation for the couple and their guests.

When you choose Egton Manor for your wedding, celebration or event, it really is exclusively yours; as we are situated within the National Park and a conservation area we only hold a limited number of weddings a year.

Please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you and learn more about your plans to get married.

Love Ollie and Laura Foster x

Egton Bridge, Whitby, UK

  • In-house catering
  • External caterers
  • Licensed for weddings
  • In-house bar
  • External bar
  • Exclusive use available
  • Child-friendly
  • Pet-friendly
  • Accommodation
  • Suitable for wedding
  • Suitable for reception
  • Outside space
  • Suitable for Marquee
  • Disabled Access
  • Late License
  • Parking
  • Honeymoon Suite
  • Confetti Permitted
  • Sound System Available
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