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Old Government House Hotel Weddings Steelasophical

Old Government House Hotel Weddings Steelasophical

Old Government House Hotel Weddings Steelasophical

It’s one of the most momentous days of your life when your hopes and dreams, family and friends, past and future, come together in a single magical celebration – and there’s nowhere better for making the most of it than The OGH.

OGH offer three superb rooms that are perfect for hosting delightful wedding receptions. Our private patio and picturesque walled garden with sweeping views of the sea and neighbouring islands is ideal for drinks receptions and wonderful photographs.

Our experienced wedding organisers will be happy to assist you with all your requirements, from discussing the menu and drinks to providing suggestions for the music and flowers, photographs and decorations. 

There wedding packages include everything from red carpet arrivals to complimentary wedding night accommodation and they can help you ensure that your wedding day is an unforgettable occasion.

Old Government House Hotel Weddings Steelasophical

Steelasophical enjoyed performing at this amazing premier Channel Island venue. We played for the entire wedding day from Drinks Reception and Wedding Breakfast and Evening Entertainment too!

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Dear Gary,

I just wanted to say again thank you so much for being with us today. You were just wonderful and everyone enjoyed it so much. we were so lucky to have you! You had such a lovely way of presenting and all the guests loved you!! Many many thanks for all the happiness you bring to so many. 

With very best wishes 

Sally

Now booking into the next 3 years!

If you are leaning towards securing Steelasophical to help transform your day, be sure to confirm as soon as you can … On average in recent years, we turn down between 35-47 requests to book a Steelasophical service, due to being already booked! This has been amplified by the fact we are taking bookings and enquiries into the next 3 years.

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Music for every aspect of your day

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Steelband ::: Mobile Ambient Music Dj ::: Wedding Singer ::: PA and Lighting Hire

 ::: 4 part ceremony :::

Steel Drummer & Ambient music Dj: 1 – Welcome guests upon arrival, create an amazing atmosphere as they meet, mix and mingle then take to their seats in anticipation of the brides arrival.  2 – The brides grand entrance 3 – Singing of the register and while brief photographs are taken 4 – The bridal party exit lead by the new couple!

::: Drinks reception :::

Background Music For Your Drinks Reception: After the amazing high of the ceremony its now the first time to mix and mingle with family and friends as the new happy couple. Drinks will be flowing, light nibbles being served and photographs are being taken; what is missing? creating and maintaining the most perfect musical backdrop to bring everything seamlessly together. Trust in Steelasophical do provide that for you!

::: Wedding breakfast :::

With a combination of our Steel Drummer Soloist / Duo band and Ambient Music Dj, we will create a beautiful uplifting atmosphere throughout your meal by carefully cherry picking wedding music you and your guests will love. From jazz, Gospel, Bolero, Ballads, Reggae, Latin, Motown, RnB, Soul… Its your wedding day, so choose the mood and atmosphere to reflect the mood you would like create.

::: Welcome evening guests :::

Steelasophical uses the same quality PA system and lighting as top wedding dj’s – let us seamlessly kick off your evening entertainment performing music to welcome the evening guests, getting them up to speed and in the mood, and setting the atmosphere for the fun, dancing and laughter to come. Typically this would be the first 90mins of your evening dance reception. We can even play your first, second and third dance choices and provide a microphone for speeches.

::: Evening cabaret :::

‘We bring the Caribbean to you’ Steelasophical will transform your evening with our Steel Drum Band, Live Percussions, Vocal Entertainer, Mobile DJ and fun and inclusive interactive dance (Limbo, Follow the leader, Congaline). We are happy to work alongside your main band or Dj – brides are also currently booking Steelasophical to fulfil the entire evening entertainment due to the fact we offer so much quality and variety, there is no room for dull or bland periods of time throughout the night.

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Contact Us

  • Address: St Ann’s Place, St Peter Port, Guernsey, GY1 2NU
  • GPS Coordinates: 49.457418, -2.538768
  • General Manager
  • Andrew Chantrell – achantrell@rchmail.com

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The OGH is situated in the centre of Guernsey’s capital St Peter Port, just a minute from the High Street and five minutes from the picturesque harbour. Its position benefits from stunning views overlooking the harbour and neighbouring islands.

Guests arriving by car should park in front of the hotel. As you check-in a member of our concierge team will happily valet park your vehicle in our hotel car park, which is located at the rear of the hotel in Hospital Lane. Simply advise us when you will be needing your car again and we will ensure that it is in front of the hotel, ready and waiting for you, at that time. Please be aware of specific driving regulations on the island of Guernsey.

Disabled guests may park on the designated disabled parking bay at the front of the hotel and enter via the disabled lift to the main hotel lobby for check-in at either the main desk, or for wheelchair users, the guest services desk. The hotel is equipped with a further disabled lift to the Sir John Coward room, Regency Room, cloakrooms, concierge, Brasserie and main lift.

Click here to use the map for driving directions to the hotel from the airport (15 minutes by car) or from the ferry terminal at St Peter Port Harbour, just a ten minute walk away.

GPS coordinates

49.457418
-2.538768

Address

The Old Government House Hotel & Spa,
St Ann’s Place,
St Peter Port,
Guernsey,
GY1 2NU

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  • Prince Charles, Camilla 'Delighted' To Join Commonwealth Games Despite Australia Monarchy Issues 05 Apr 2018 06:52 International Business News Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles are still in Australia for the Commonwealth Games. On Wednesday, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall graced the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony. In his speech, Prince Charles said "My wife and I could not be …
  • Charles and Camilla welcomed at Brisbane before Prince opens Commonwealth Games tonight 04 Apr 2018 20:26 TVNZ Around 1000 flag-waving and cheering royal fans have greeted Prince Charles and his wife Camilla to Brisbane before the prince opens the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games later tonight. Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall. Source: Associated Press The …
  • Questions that will be answered at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games | Kate O'Halloran 04 Apr 2018 19:53 Guardian Unlimited's Blogs Will Sally Pearson claim her third consecutive hurdles crown? She was favourite to be Australia’s flag-bearer, but lost out in that race to Kookaburras captain Mark Knowles. Hopefully it’s no omen for the Games to come, with Gold Coast-based Pearson …
  • Ten questions to be answered at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 04 Apr 2018 18:38 The Guardian Will Sally Pearson claim her third consecutive hurdles crown? She was favourite to be Australia’s flag-bearer, but lost out in that race to Kookaburras captain Mark Knowles. Hopefully it’s no omen for the Games to come, with Gold Coast-based Pearson …
  • Love for the monarchy lives on as Brisbane puts on a royal welcome 04 Apr 2018 10:28 WA Today Prince Charles may be a pro at warmly greeting an adoring crowd, but he was not really a dab hand when it came to his skills in the kitchen. The future king and his wife Camilla flew to Australia to perform official duties for the Gold Coast Commonwealth …
  • Prince Charles and Camilla visit Brisbane, well-wishers brave wet weather for a glimpse 04 Apr 2018 09:03 ABC Brisbane Updated April 04, 2018 16:09:05 Royal watchers have braved a rainy Brisbane day to catch a glimpse and a photo of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall before they head to the Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games. Official proceedings began with a 21 …
  • Young and old welcome Charles and Camilla to Brisbane for Commonwealth Games 04 Apr 2018 07:51 Sunday Times IT may not have been the rock star welcome Prince Harry would get, but Prince Charles and his wife Camilla would be well chuffed with the reception Brisbane gave them on the first day of their Commonwealth Games visit. They were first given the pomp and …
  • Warm welcome for Charles and Camilla 04 Apr 2018 07:43 Charleston Daily Mail By Australian Associated Press Published: 02:54 EDT, 4 April 2018 | Updated: 02:54 EDT, 4 April 2018 It may not have been the rock star welcome Prince Harry would get, but Prince Charles and his wife Camilla would be well chuffed with the reception …
  • Charles no king of hearts as he and Camilla struggle to compete with Queen on Australian tour 04 Apr 2018 06:15 The Guardian The next-in-line to the throne can’t pull a crowd like his mother. A few thousand people, most clutching umbrellas and standing in mud up to their ankles, were at the City Botanic Gardens in Brisbane for what was billed as a “historic opportunity” to meet …
  • Prince Charles and Camilla greet hundreds of well-wishers in Brisbane CBD 04 Apr 2018 05:41 ABC.net.au Updated April 04, 2018 15:25:46 Royal watchers have braved a rainy Brisbane day to catch a glimpse and a photo of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall before they head to the Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games. Official proceedings began with a 21 …
  • Big Brisbane welcome for Charles, Camilla 04 Apr 2018 05:27 Sunday Times Several thousand flag-waving and cheering royal fans have greeted Prince Charles and his wife Camilla to Brisbane before the prince opens the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games later on Wednesday night. The royal couple touched down in Brisbane on a RAAF plane …
  • Prince Charles and Camilla greet hundreds of well-wishers in Brisbane CBD 04 Apr 2018 05:22 ABC.net.au Updated April 04, 2018 15:11:48 Royal watchers have braved a rainy Brisbane day to catch a glimpse and a photo of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall before they head to the Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games. Official proceedings began with a 21 …
  • Prince Charles and Camilla visit Brisbane, well-wishers brave wet weather for a glimpse 04 Apr 2018 05:09 ABC.net.au Updated April 04, 2018 14:32:25 Royal watchers have braved a rainy Brisbane day to catch a glimpse and a photo of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall before they head to the Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games. Official proceedings began with a 21 …
  • Royal couple stay at NSW farm with friends before official fun and Games 04 Apr 2018 04:57 WA Today Prince Charles and his wife Camilla have been in the country for a number of days, spending time with friends in regional New South Wales, before their arrival in Brisbane on Wednesday. The royal couple were seen boarding a flight from Wagga Wagga en route …
  • Duchess left holding the umbrella as she arrives in Brisbane with Prince Charles 04 Apr 2018 04:56 WA Today Prince Charles and his wife Camilla have been welcomed to Australia, with their first official event during the royal visit for the Commonwealth Games. But the royal couple has been in the country for a number of days, spending time with friends in …
  • Big Brisbane welcome for Charles, Camilla 04 Apr 2018 04:42 Mercury Several thousand flag-waving and cheering royal fans have greeted Prince Charles and his wife Camilla to Brisbane before the prince opens the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games later on Wednesday night. The royal couple touched down in Brisbane on a RAAF plane …
  • Prince Charles and Camilla visit Brisbane, with well-wishers waiting in rain for a glimpse 04 Apr 2018 04:14 ABC Brisbane Updated April 04, 2018 13:58:11 Royal watchers are braving a rainy Brisbane day to catch a glimpse of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall before they head to the Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games. Official proceedings began with a 21-gun salute …
  • Charles, Camilla begin Games trip 04 Apr 2018 03:57 The New Zealand Herald Prince Charles and his wife Camilla have touched down in Brisbane for the start of their official visit, which will include opening the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games tonight. The royal couple arrived on a RAAF plane after reportedly spending time visiting …
  • Royals press the flesh in Brisbane 04 Apr 2018 03:54 Mercury PRINCE Charles and his wife Camilla have touched down in Brisbane for the start of their official visit, which will include opening the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games tonight. The royal couple arrived on a RAAF plane at 12.20pm, after reportedly spending …
  • Charles and Camilla touch down ahead of Games 04 Apr 2018 03:53 Mercury AROUND 1000 flag-waving and cheering royal fans have greeted Prince Charles and his wife Camilla to Brisbane before the Prince opens the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games later on Wednesday night. The royal couple touched down in Brisbane on a RAAF plane at 12 …
  • Charles, Camilla start Queensland visit 04 Apr 2018 03:31 Gold Coast Bulletin Around 1000 flag-waving and cheering royal fans have greeted Prince Charles and his wife Camilla to Brisbane before the prince opens the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games later on Wednesday night. The royal couple touched down in Brisbane on a RAAF plane at 12 …
  • Charles, Camilla touch down in Queensland 04 Apr 2018 03:03 Sunday Times Prince Charles and his wife Camilla have touched down in Brisbane for the start of their official visit, which will include opening the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games on Wednesday night. The royal couple arrived on a RAAF plane at 12.20pm on Wednesday, …
  • Selfies a no-go, as Brisbane well-wishers wait in rain for glimpse of Royals 04 Apr 2018 02:04 ABC.net.au Updated April 04, 2018 11:56:48 Royal watchers are braving a rainy Brisbane day to catch a glimpse of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall before they head to the Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games. It is the Prince of Wales' 16th visit to …
  • Prince Charles and Camilla visit Brisbane, with well-wishers waiting in rain for a glimpse 04 Apr 2018 01:56 ABC.net.au Updated April 04, 2018 11:46:52 Royal watchers are braving a rainy Brisbane day to catch a glimpse of Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall before they head to the Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games. It is the Prince of Wales' 16th visit to …
  • Lamingtons off the menu at Brisbane's Old Government House 28 Dec 2017 00:19 Charleston Daily Mail The birthplace of the lamington has taken the iconic Australian cake off of the menu – 117 years after it was created. Brisbane's Old Government House removed the chocolate and coconut covered sponge from the building's restaurant, The Pantry, six …
  • WIN a 2 night stay at the 5* Old Government House Hotel and return travel with Condor Ferries 01 Jul 2017 08:00 Jersey Evening Post PUBLISHED: July 1, 2017 8:28 am The JEP have teamed up with Condor Ferries and Old Government House Hotel to offer you the chance to win a 2 night stay for two people on a B&B basis at the 5* Old Government House Hotel and return travel with Condor …