Chevin Country Park Hotel and Spa is a secluded getaway spot which brings together a multitude of stunning Yorkshire visuals from crystal clear lakes and dense woodlands to breathtaking alpine views; making it the perfect location for outdoorsy couples looking to tie the knot and last weekend saw the wedding bells in full swing for one loved-up pair who got to experience the dreamy fairytale wedding that they had been looking forward to since the groom bent the knee.
Luckily for this couple, their ideal venue also came with events manager Vicky who promised to find them an exquisite catering service to match the romantic location and having heard plenty of positive things about Hog Roast Otley, she got in touch with our team right away. With 150 mouths to feed at the wedding reception, catering manager Jon suggested our classic hog roast menu which while simple in nature, really packs a punch due to its flavoursome combinations and as a result has remained a popular choice among new and existing clients alike for decades.
Hoping to wow the bride and groom with a lip-smacking feast, Jon and the Hog Roast Otley crew arrived at the venue with plenty of time to spare before the 8:45 pm serving time and after setting up the catering gazebo and equipment, they got started on bringing the menu to life. Six hours later, the team had managed to transform the raw ingredients into a tantalising buffet which included a full-sized golden pig with all the trimmings including our famous crispy crackling, savoury stuffing, pulled pork and sweet applesauce as well as a selection of grilled vegetable skewers with optionable haloumi for those following meat-free diets.
After exchanging their ”I do’s”, the couple were eager to find out what Hog Roast Otley had prepared for them and when they were finally presented with the buffet, they certainly weren’t disappointed. The night went out with a bang as the fireworks popped off in the background while the guests polished off the hog roast feast which quickly became the talk of the party – after the happy couple of course!