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Elegant, romantic and unique - here at Harbour Lights our venue offers a real wow factor for any couple looking for an intimate space that is one of a kind, to celebrate their commitment.

Suspended on stilts above the water made predominantly of glass, this individual venue is truly idyllic - not only because of the surrounding gentle sounds and beautiful sights of lapping water and bobbing boats, but the twinkling reflections of stylish lights. With breath-taking views of Lincolnshire's premier marina complex, the privileged positioning of Harbour Lights not only provides an atmosphere of tranquillity, but an elegant and fairy-tale backdrop to the photographs of your day.

Inside, the romance of Harbour Lights is plentiful. Furnished with soft 'booth' seating and decorated with contemporary and comforting colours that reflect the marina waters, Harbour Lights oozes intimacy, class and sophistication.

As one of Lincolnshire's most revered restaurants, our chefs are ideally placed to tantalise your taste-buds with an unrivalled wedding breakfast. From the first bite, you will be assured that trusting us with your special day was the right (and tastiest!) decision to make.

So, whether you are looking for a 'cosy' space for 30 guests, or a romantic and glamourous gathering for 80 wedding breakfast guests and 120 'dancing' evening guests, Harbour Lights wedding packages cater to all budgets and requirements. Furthermore, the outdoor wrap-around balcony over the water provides a special space for a drinks reception of up to 80 people, as well as providing picture perfect views and backdrop to your special day.

To ensure your day flows smoothly, you will have your own wedding coordinator to assist you with anything and everything- from external wedding suppliers to any special finishing touches you decide upon! Our wonderful team will strive to make every aspect of your wedding enjoyable and stress-free, whilst you just relax and enjoy your big day.

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