Osea Leisure say ‘I do’ to Vaulty Manor & Voice Communications
Voice Communications is delighted to announce that we are now working with Maldon based award winning hospitality and leisure company, Osea Leisure, who has announced the purchase of picturesque country wedding venue, Vaulty Manor.
Osea Leisure is renowned for its innovative and forward thinking approach and the company plans to completely overhaul the current offering at the beautiful destination venue which is located in Goldhanger. Voice looks forward to working with Vaulty Manor on this journey.
Under the new ownership, Vaulty Manor will undergo a full refurbishment, including the beautiful and historic 17th Century barn and surrounding gardens, providing the added touch of elegance to any wedding day. The venue has 26 rooms to accommodate guests which will also be luxuriously redecorated.
Osea Leisure plans to expand and improve Vaulty Manor’s wedding packages, ensuring that the venue caters for all the needs of the happy couple and up to 220 guests. This will include a dedicated and experienced Wedding Coordinator, Kirsty Williams, who will be on hand to make sure the day goes without a hitch. Couples will also be able to choose from Vaulty Manor’s recommended caterers who are able to provide anything from a formal sit down meal to a simple country barbeque.
Each wedding at Vaulty Manor will run smoothly and effortlessly, from venue preparation to food and drink, ensuring that the couple and their guests enjoy every moment of the big day in this stunning setting.
Vaulty Manor has a rich and interesting history stretching back over 800 years, including some royal connections. In 1186 Vaulty Manor became the property of Beeleigh Abbey in Maldon after it was donated by its Founder, Robert Mantel, Lord of Little Maldon. After the dissolution of the monasteries four centuries later, Henry VIII claimed monastic income and properties throughout the country and, in 1536, gave Vaulty Manor to Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk.
Vaulty Manor will not only cater for weddings. The venue will open its doors for corporate functions and other occasions.