Blenheim Palace has reopened its 18th century Orangery, following a £2 million restoration.

To celebrate the reopening, an event was held to showcase the newly renovated space, now a wedding and corporate venue for hire.

The reopening, hosted by the Blenheim Palace hospitality team in partnership with wine producer Nyetimber, saw more than 100 industry events professionals in attendance.

Minnie Fledderus-Diaconu, senior sales manager at Blenheim Palace, said: "The grand reopening of The Orangery is a testament to Blenheim’s unwavering dedication and passion to maintain Britain's Greatest Palace.

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"Our wedding and corporate showcase event was a huge success, and it was great to highlight the endless possibilities of this exquisite space.

"We're also incredibly proud to announce that Nyetimber is our official sparkling wine partner.

"Their award-winning English sparkling wines compliments the elegance of The Orangery perfectly, so this was the ideal occasion to raise a toast to new beginnings and a sparkling partnership."

Louisa Corben, marketing consultant at Nyetimber, added: "Nyetimber are thrilled to be partners with breath-taking Blenheim Palace.

The Orangery now offers afternoon teas, Sunday roasts, corporate, weddings, and private dinners, with its own private bar and terrace.

The venue prioritises locally sourced ingredients, using fresh fruits and vegetables from the Palace’s own kitchen garden.

For more information about The Orangery and bookings, visit the Blenheim Palace website.