We’re heading to the North West for this photo rich year end venue round-up post.
We have four fabulously different venues which all share an impeccable sense of style when it comes to hosting your wedding. From the rustic chic of Heaton House farm to the relaxed country house sophistication of Shooters Hill Hall, scroll down to discover the delights of each venue.
Heaton House Farm
Heaton House Farm is a gorgeous bespoke, exclusive use wedding venue nestled on the borders of Cheshire and Staffordshire and surrounded by beautiful scenery.
Whether you’d love nothing more than a rustic barn for your civil ceremony or a wedding reception with a stunning backdrop, Heaton House Farm delivers. Large and extravagant, or quaint and intimate, the expert team at Heaton House are always more than happy to discuss a whole range of personal options with you.
After diversifying from a dairy farm in 2003, Mick and Margaret Heath were joined by their daughter Sarah to host weddings all year round, for all faiths and backgrounds. You can hold a civil ceremony in any one of their four country-style areas, or simply enjoy your reception in the beautiful grounds, framed by the charm of rustic, converted farm buildings.
We had a super chat to Sarah in this great post where she told us more about her family business and what awaits should you choose this delightful venue to host your wedding.
Set in the picturesque village of Shrawley, Worcestershire Curradine Barns is an idyllic barn wedding venue. Perfect for a sophisticated yet relaxed country wedding, Curradine Barns comprises a set of restored 19th Century traditional brick barns and luxurious renovated farmhouse accommodation and is renowned for its warm and welcoming atmosphere.
A member of Country House Wedding Venues, Curradine Barns gives you the option of getting married outdoors, under the charming Garden Gazebo.
Or in the chapel-like Granary Barn.
Wedding breakfasts are held in the friendly and informal Barley Barn which overlooks the pretty courtyard and out onto the gardens. With such a super selection of ceremony and celebration areas to choose from.
To find out more about How the team at Carradine can create your perfect day, take a look at this post.
Samlesbury Hall is one of the most stunning stately homes in Lancashire, and what an outstanding venue it would be for your wedding.
From the grand splendour of the Great Hall, through to the intimacy of the beautiful Whittaker Room where your ceremony can be held, and the gorgeous setting of your own private gardens. All this will be yours exclusively for the day.
Together with an exquisite menu and wine list, designed especially for you, Samlesbury Hall is just waiting to be enjoyed and the team will do all they can to ensure that your special day is as perfect as can be.
The Hall is available on Fridays and Saturdays for weddings and other days by special arrangement.
Take a look at this great post where we chat to the team at Samlesbury about this picture perfect venue.
Shooters Hill Hall
Situated in the heart of the Shropshire countryside, Shooters Hill Hall is a totally unique and luxurious exclusive use wedding venue. The elegant white mansion house has been totally renovated enabling you to enjoy modern day comforts and high tec benefits, whilst retaining it’s stunning period features.
With 10 acres of beautifully maintained grounds just waiting to be enjoyed and explored, what better place could there be for those all important photos?
Specifically designed for wedding ceremonies and celebrations from 50 -175 guests Shooters Hill Hall is exclusively yours for 3 days and 2 nights.
The Hall can accommodate 11 overnight guests and has everything to hand to ensure that your bridal party has the most amazing time.
With so much more to find out about this stunning venue, do take a look at this post where we chat to Shooters Hill Hall’s owners, Ishbel and Richard.