The Olde Bell, Hurley
The Olde Bell at Hurley first opened its doors as a guest house almost 900 years ago, for visitors to the nearby Benedictine Priory. For hundreds of years, the ringing of the Sanctus bell signalled to the monks that important visitors had arrived in the village. The historic bell still hangs over the door of the Olde Bell. Today it’s a sign of welcome and refreshment to travellers.
I’m newly recommended by The Olde Bell at Hurley. So, I’m really looking forward to photographing my first weddings at this gorgeous hotel. And I can’t wait to add lots of new images to my gallery over the coming months. Many of the backdrops at The Olde Bell are absolutely breathtaking; it really is a photographers dream location!
Rebecca, the new sales and marketing manager introduced me to the hotel. She previously worked at the nearby Taplow House Hotel where I’ve photographed over 250 weddings during my career. My gallery below is limited to the few recent shots that I captured at their recent wedding fair. But as a guide you can take a look at my dedicated ‘Barn’ gallery to see many examples of my work in similar settings.