Read the stories of those who have held a wedding at a Doltone House venue, as we celebrate 50 golden years of Doltone House.
“The service never falters neither does the food…I have fond memories of Doltone House and the people.” On May 29 1976, Lynette Gray celebrated her wedding reception at Doltone House Sylvania Waters. Lynette said Doltone House paid attention to the smallest details and how the personalised touches made her wedding day so special. Lynette has shared her Doltone House story and photos from her special day here.
For George and Adriana, it was important their family and friends enjoy a personalised and flawless experience at their 2017...
Belinda has always loved Doltone House. Her grandparents, Dolly and Tony Stubbs, the original owners and creators of Doltone House, instilled in her, a love for the venue. Doltone House has played a significant role in all her family’s major milestones. “All the special events in my family’s life have been at Doltone House.”
From start to finish, Ash and Paul were impressed with Doltone House; “Doltone House exceeded our expectations from service and food to room set up – faultless. Guests are still talking about it!” Find out how Doltone House staff delivered a personalised and faultless experience for this happy couple
“We choose Doltone House due to the location, the beautiful setting and because it allowed us to have an Italian style reception, which was important to my family.” Rebecca Newson hosted over 200 guests at her wedding held at Doltone House Sylvania Waters back in 2010. Large weddings are our speciality, find out more about the details that made Rebecca’s wedding so special here.
Finding a venue to fit 250 people for their Hindu Wedding was a challenge for Roy and Michelle, until they contacted Doltone House. After seeing Hyde Park, the couple were sold, they had found the perfect venue to host their day. “When they say first impressions last, they are not mistaken! We completely fell in love. It was exactly what we were looking for. We also loved that we were allowed to have the fire inside which made it perfect for a Hindu wedding.”