14 Aug The Best Wedding Venues in Lancashire
The beautiful county of Lancashire is famous for its breathtaking views and gorgeous countryside. If you’ve decided to tie your knot in fabulous Lancashire, here our top of the best places to have your wedding.
Beeston Manor is a grade II listed barn conversion with gorgeous oak beams and sandstone walls. It has the perfect combination of character and style, with a neutral finish to put your stamp on. You can book a small intimate celebration or a large wedding up to 125 for the reception and 200 people for the evening.
As a family-run business, the service is truly personal, and the food is all prepared on-site by their head chef. The catering team is very flexible, and you can chat with them if you have any ideas or requests for your special day.
Gisburne Park is a beautiful estate with many options on how to spend the best day of your life. The charming Riverside House is licensed for civil ceremonies and provides the perfect pad for bridal preparations and accommodation. It’s even got a 6-person hot tub outside.
Gisburne Park uses a list of trusted suppliers to provide big hat tipis, catering, and celebrants. The venue is a wonderful blank canvas for you to create your perfect wedding. There’s also plenty of accommodation on-site for your guests with a choice of luxury cabins, cute cottages, and houses.
Stirk House is an award-winning 17th-century manor house. The venue can offer you a big Ballroom for a large wedding or a smaller Gallery Room for an intimate ceremony with your close family and friends. The walk to the Gallery Room is extra special, through the conservatory with cascading vines and fairy lights.
The venue is surrounded by a lovely landscaped garden, nature trails, and spectacular hills, including famous Pendle Hill. Stirk House has a lovely bright Honeymoon Suite with a separate lounge, dressing area, and magnificent countryside views.
Browsholme Hall and Tithe Barn
In the Browsholme Hall, there’s room for every wedding. You can book the Tithe Barn for a modern rustic reception; create a traditional Austen-like celebration in a Regency Drawing-room, or arrange a magical garden party at the Lily Pond. The choice is yours.
The Browsholme Hall staff want to create a wedding day that you and your guests will remember for years. That is why they have amazing caterers, a lot of decoration options, and entertainment choices. Event coordinators are on-hand to help make your dream wedding happen.
Ashfield House is a grand country house with a homely feel. Built in 1755, the house retains many of its charming features. There’s an impressive grand staircase perfect for making an entrance and a lovely vaulted ceiling in the ceremony room.
The house is for exclusive use only, and guests may book one of the fifteen elegant guest rooms. There’s plenty of space to spread out and enjoy the day, including the music room, bar, and lobby, complete with a grand piano.
Historical Sparth House, built in the 1740s, is an exclusive use wedding venue. The Woodlands Suite is a simple and elegant ceremony room, while the large and contemporary Alexandra Suite will complement any color scheme, flowers, or decorations you choose.
Sparth House offers a separate private bar connected to the suite for your wedding breakfast and evening reception. At Sparth House, you can build your own wedding package from an array of individual options.
Charnock Farm is an ideal wedding venue for every season with plenty of indoor and outdoor space. The venue has a cute lake with lots of ducks and a pets corner with farm animals.
Being a family-owned business, Charnock Farm provides a friendly, warm service and offers delicious in-house catering (the chicken is amazing). A large ceremony room boasts beautiful wooden beams and doubles-up as the wedding breakfast room while your guests enjoy a drink in the bar and outdoor terrace.
Samlesbury Hall is an incredible stately home that is steeped in history, which can be explored with a visit to the archive rooms. You’ll have the run of the place on your special day as Samlesbury is closed to the public when hosting weddings. You’re spoilt for choice for picturesque spots for video and photos, with ancient woodlands, an Italian Courtyard, festoon lighting, and a rosarium.
The venue prides itself on being a bit quirky, telling mysterious tales of ghosts and witches, and with 28 shepherd’s huts for guest accommodation. If different is what you’re after, then that’s what you’ll get at Samlesbury Hall.
Barton Grange Hotel
Barton Grange Hotel believes that each wedding should be as unique as the couple, so its wedding packages are entirely flexible to suit your style. The venue has 2 lovely wedding suites available for your day that are both licensed for civil ceremonies.
With a balcony and 2 private gardens, there are plenty of locations to enjoy a drink in the sunshine or for your wedding photos.
Parr Hall Farm
The beautiful homely farm is precisely what you need for a relaxed and flexible wedding. Parr Hall Farm is a bed and breakfast accommodation with lovely grounds where a marquee or tipi can be arranged for your special ceremony or reception.
You can include access to a private bar within a beautiful, modern, barn, or opt to bring in your own suppliers for drinks and catering. You don’t have to stray far after the big day, with charming, spacious rooms available for guests.