Get married in a Cheshire wedding venue

With its glorious gardens, picturesque rolling plains and charming villages, Cheshire is the perfect setting for a wedding to remember in the great British countryside.

From stunning stately homes and magnificent mansions to rustic barns and chic spa hotels, Cheshire boasts something for everyone looking for a dream wedding venue. The county truly has it all; home to quaint market towns, beautiful villages and picture perfect countryside, it’s a lovely place to get married even if you’re not originally from the area.

Ultimate luxury and prestige combine effortlessly with the traditional charm and character of Cheshire’s idyllic open space and it’s not uncommon to find fine dining restaurants nestled next to rustic country pubs or tea rooms next to designer boutiques, all within a stone’s throw of the glorious great outdoors.

Sandhole Oak Barn

For a wedding that seamlessly blends the best of an indoor and outdoor setting, look no further than picturesque Sandhole Oak Barn in Congleton; a fabulous wedding venue that offers charm and style in the heart of Cheshire.

Built to a traditional design using the highest quality workmanship and materials, Sandhole Oak Barn is a stunning example of a period barn that has been given a contemporary and luxurious feel. In addition to the striking Medieval-inspired oak beamed barn, there is also a decked veranda, a stunning Oak Clock Tower which is licensed for civil ceremonies, and a cosy Small Barn.

Our couples love Sandhole Oak Barn: “We would just like to say a MASSIVE THANK YOU to everyone at Sandhole for helping to make our day so special. This really is the perfect wedding venue. We had so many lovely comments from our guests. Thanks again!”
Rachel, Ste & Ella
 

Get married in a Cheshire wedding venue

Get married in a Cheshire wedding venue

Images © Pixies in the Cellar

Rowton Castle

Rowton Castle is a wonderful venue, situated in the heart of the Shropshire countryside, close to Shrewsbury, the Midlands and on the edge of the Welsh border. Steeped in history, the castle is an impressive building with its sweeping driveway, authentic stone exterior, arched entrance and towers making it a much sought-after exclusive use wedding venue.

“Thank you for all that you did to make our day as perfect as it was. From start to finish everyone has been so attentive, helpful and supportive of our decisions. Nothing has been too much trouble. Our whole day ran smoothly and we felt relaxed and able to enjoy every aspect.”
Stephanie & Dean
 

Get married in a Cheshire wedding venue

Image © Brett Symms Photography

Get married in a Cheshire wedding venue

Image © Will Fuller Photography

 

If you’re looking for a venue to remember in a breathtaking setting with dramatic landscapes and enduring appeal, look no further than the county of Cheshire and enjoy a location with history, charm, character and style.
 

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