On Yorkersgate in historic Malton the Talbot and York House command a superb position with views across the Derwent Valley. The landscaped grounds and terraced gardens offer the perfect backdrop for your wedding photographs and, on a sunny day, an alternative venue for your reception drinks.
Click on the image to take a virtual 360 degree tour of York House as presented by Google. Walk through each room then outside to the marquee and soak up the wonderful views of the landscaped gardens from the balcony.
View our stunning location from the air and fully appreciate its splendour. This aerial video shows the location of the hotel, with York House behind it, and the marquee in the grounds. Plus there's plenty of outside space for breathtaking photos of your magical day.
York House is a 300 year old building directly adjacent to the Talbot. It has its own entrance through a grand doorway into a beautiful reception hall where you and your guests would enjoy drinks and canapés as you arrive. This building is not licenced for a Civil Ceremony, with most guests taking advantage of the many churches in Malton.
After your reception drinks in York House, you and your guests would make your way to York House Marquee; a semi-permanent structure complete with tables, chairs and everything you need for a wedding breakfast of up to 150 guests. Saving you the costs that are usually associated with marquee weddings, wedding packages start from £49.50 per person.
Delightfully deceptive from the roadside, the Talbot and York House boast huge gardens and landscape behind their imposing structures. The most romantic of settings, It's hard not to imagine yourself sipping Champagne on the terrace, or walking hand in hand towards the River Derwent - a simply stunning backdrop for photographs!
The Talbot and its adjoining York House boast huge gardens and lawns running down to the river. Ancient buildings with so much history make the most romantic of settings. Its hard not to imagine yourself sipping Champagne on the riverside terrace & walking hand in hand towards the River Derwent or having your photos taken by the shell grotto.