Foxhills Club & Resort is now throwing open its doors for outdoor wedding celebrations after securing a license to conduct ceremonies alfresco.
The four-star hotel, which is in the midst of a £25m rolling development programme, is now able to host wedding ceremonies in the 400-acre grounds of the 19th century manor house in Surrey.
The property has become one of 19 venues in the county to hold the authorisation for outdoor weddings.
The new addition is just the latest in the line of fresh developments at the property, which is owned by the Hayton family.
Earlier this year, Foxhills opened a new dining room, and recently launched a new yoga cabin after a £500k investment.
The resort now comprises 70 bedrooms, three restaurants, 11 tennis courts, three squash courts, four swimming pools, health spa, conference and meeting facilities.
Pam and Ian Hayton purchased the club in 1983, with their son Marc taking over as managing director in 2010.