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Buying next to a wedding venue

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Blue2014 Tue 29-Mar-16 12:51:41

We've seen a house, it's not perfect inside but the outside is beautiful countryside quiet. However, we just found out it's next to a wedding venue (about 500 yards away) that houses 200 guests in a marquee - would buying this house be a stupid idea?

magimedi Tue 29-Mar-16 12:56:59


Parking & noise.

fluffiphlox Tue 29-Mar-16 12:58:22

You could do B&B. smile

Queenbean Tue 29-Mar-16 12:59:04

Can you find out what kind of licence they have? If it's an early one then yes I would. If it's 2am then no - no peace on any Saturday for 10 months of the year!

If you go for it then you could think about putting your spare rooms on airb&b and making some cash out of it

specialsubject Tue 29-Mar-16 13:37:47

licences can always be changed, and often places want to do just that. If loud noise every Saturday or more until the small hours is a problem, don't buy.

Blue2014 Tue 29-Mar-16 13:44:31

Thank you - much appreciated smile

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