Sarah Beeny teams up with Dine to launch Georgian venue

Property expert Sarah Beeny has worked with event agency Dine to launch Rise Hall, a renovated, listed Georgian stately home designed for events.

Sarah Beeny teams-up with Dine to launch Georgian venue
Sarah Beeny teams-up with Dine to launch Georgian venue

Rise Hall is the latest project of TV's Beeny and her husband Graham Swift, which the couple purchased ten years ago and has been restored to its former glory.

The house will be documented in Channel Four’s upcoming series, Beeny's Restoration Nightmare.

With 32 expertly designed rooms sleeping 64 guests and 11 reception rooms, Rise Hall is a Grade II listed mansion set in a Yorkshire estate where the couple held their own wedding seven years ago.

Beeny said: "The renovation of Rise Hall has been a real labour of love and is now an idyllic venue for weddings and special events. We knew that we needed someone to manage the venue for us and Dine was the natural choice. We attended a wedding which had been run by them a few years earlier and were incredibly impressed."

Dine managing director Daniel Gill added: "Being hand selected to manage the venue by Graham and Sarah themselves, is testament to our belief that the Dine experience is truly memorable in making any wedding or event extra special."

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