1. Combermere Abbey
Combermere Abbey sits snugly in the Cheshire countryside. Framed by the Walled Garden planted to provide a floral focus in every season, you can marry close by in the unique Glasshouse. As the light pours in and the fruit trees form a backdrop, this is one of the most enchanting North West wedding venues.
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2. Low House
A wedding venue in the North West that’s this flexible is hard to find. Cumbrian Low House offers elegant and traditional dining rooms for grand country house ceremonies, as well as catering for tipis, marquees and yurts for larger celebrations. Formal and fancy or laid-back and boho – you choose!
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3. Gisburne Park Estate
Choose from a romantic ceremony in Gisburne’s very own church or opt for a blessing elsewhere in its 10 acres of grounds.
Boasting a riverside marquee location, this North West wedding venue also offers luxury bridal accommodation in the former Gamekeeper’s Cottage.
Carefully transformed with a luxurious feel, the cottage is complete with cosy furnishings and an outdoor hot tub. Soak up the stars with a glass of bubbly as your wedding night draws to a close.
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4. Old Palace Chester
Exclusive-use North West wedding venue? Check. City centre location? Check. Landscaped grounds and gardens? Check.
In contrast to more rural venues, Old Palace Chester combines an easily accessible location with pristine outdoor space, offering the best of both worlds for city weddings. Feel like royalty as you marry in this fairy-tale palace.
5. Appleby Castle
This breath-taking Cumbrian castle is nestled in the picturesque Lake District. Steeped in history, Appleby Castle's intricate wood-panelled walls provide a majestic backdrop as you say your vows. Plus, you can even doze off as newlyweds in a sumptuous four-poster bed…
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6. Colshaw Hall
One of the dreamiest North West wedding venues, Colshaw Hall offers a rustic, rural setting with opulent decoration and characterful oak beams to boot.
The Ceremony Barn benefits from stunning views of the lake – making the most of its countryside charm whatever the weather. Or, why not go one step further and choose an outdoor ceremony in the grounds?
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7. Askham Hall
If you’re looking for character, then Askham Hall is one of the best North West wedding venues. Exposed stone walls and atmospheric wooden beams complete with twirling fairy lights ooze romance. They will almost certainly sweep you off your feet! This Grade II-listed estate also offers manicured gardens – whimsical backdrops for your couple’s portraits.
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