Choosing the perfect North West wedding venue is an exciting part of your wedding planning. There is a huge choice of venue types in the North West covering Manchester, Preston, Lancashire and the Lake District including hotels, barns, country manor houses, romantic castles as well as chic city and town centre locations.
Take a look at North West wedding venues and those further afield in our listings below.
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This luxury Victorian villa hotel is a statement of individual design bringing influences from around the world to the trendy urban village of Didsbury, Manchester. The seamless merging of old and new offers the perfect setting for a traditional wedding with a modern and unforgettable twist…
Edgar Wood Victoria Park is an exciting, romantic venue in the City of Manchester standing in over acre of gardens. It’s stunning Art Nouveau architecture is perfect for weddings and dinners. Located only ten minutes from St Peters Square and Manchester Piccadilly Station.
An idyllic venue for a perfect Wedding Day
Holland Hall, set in the fabulous landscape of Lancashire’s rolling countryside, offers a private and exclusive location for your special day. The historic Grade II listed building and attractive gardens provide a stunning backdrop for those all-important wedding photographs.
Fully Licenced to carry out civil ceremonies in our beautiful Great Hall or Lathom Suite the Lancashire Manor hotel is the ideal location for any wedding celebration. Excellent food and drinks, luxurious surroundings, a beautiful landscaped garden – everything you need to make your reception the occasion of a lifetime.
Located on the outskirts of Bury, overlooking the bucolic Ramsbottom countryside, the Red Hall Hotel is a contemporary, stylish, and welcoming hotel. Boasting 37 rooms, an in-house restaurant, and beautiful views, the venue is the perfect location for your wedding celebrations.
Nestled in the beautiful village of Sawley, The Spread Eagle is a delightful country inn. The gorgeous riverside setting offers picturesque photo opportunities to create memories that last a lifetime. Our Abbey Room where our weddings are held has the perfect balance of grandeur and modern country inn charm.
A romantic hideaway amidst rolling Lancashire countryside, West Tower is dedicated entirely to weddings. Built as a family home in 1885, we invite you to enjoy every moment of your special day here, in your home away from home. Every element of your day can take place under one roof and within our eight acres of beautiful Lancashire countryside.
Exclusively yours, we want to create your day, your way. With stunning views over the fields beyond, characterful spaces, elegant décor and exceptional dining, West Tower is the perfect blank canvas for your wedding day.
Lancashire Manor Hotel is a charming ivy-covered property with parts that date back to the 16th century. The original stone manor house, which dates back to 1770, is at the heart of the hotel and contains the lounge area and above in the original farmhouse bedrooms, is the honeymoon suite. The glass-fronted reception connects the lounge to the traditional Great Hall and contemporary Lathom Suite. Guests can enjoy the garden, with colours changing throughout the seasons and patios with a giant chess set.
Posted: 4 October 2022
Originally owned by Beatrix Potter, Lindeth Howe Hotel is a traditional country house situated in six acres of stunning countryside. The owners have invested £1million and combined the original décor with modern amenities to create a grand venue that's perfect for weddings. The property has a private drive, free parking for guests, outdoor seating and space for a grand fireworks display.
The largest space available is the Restaurant which can hold 120 people. Couples can walk down the red carpet and admire the beautiful magnolia tree that's visible through the windows.
Posted: 27 September 2022
Rydal Mount & Gardens, which was a focus for romantic literature, continues to be owned by the Wordsworth family and retains the feel of a lived-in family home. Wordsworth was a keen landscape gardener, and the five-acre garden remains very much as he designed it. It consists of fell-side terraces, rock pools, an ancient mound and plenty of secret spaces to explore. This historic property has plenty of photograph opportunities, including Rydal Water, the fells and Dora's field, which hosts an abundance of daffodils in the spring.
Posted: 20 September 2022
Askham Hall is a late 12th century Grade I listed castellated Pele Tower building. The main house was extended in the 1400s with various annexes, and again in the 16th and 17th centuries when it was transformed into a grand Elizabethan mansion. Bank Barn is one of the largest vernacular Cumbrian bank barns ever built. The terraced gardens are Grade II listed and full of stunning features, including colourful terraces, a 230ft long double herbaceous border, unusual species of plants, formal lawns, kitchen gardens, woodland, meadows and ponds.
Inside, the property combines modern furnishings and fresh décor with the charm and character of this historic house. Featuring a stunning barn, outdoor pavilion, Michelin starred restaurant, 19 bedrooms, terraced gardens and an outdoor heated pool.
Posted: 13 September 2022
Ribblesdale Park at Gisburne Park Estate is one of Lancashire's finest historic estates, set in the ancient and mythical Ribble Valley. This summer, discover the new exclusive glamping village, featuring 10 luxurious, fully-furnished bell tents. Wake up to wild deer outside your tent, as the grounds are home to 1,000 acres of wildlife; relax with the on-site masseuse for treatments in your tent or by the river; and kick back with live music at the atmospheric Hindelinis Restaurant and Bar.
Posted: 8 September 2022
West Tower is a luxury wedding venue that offers uninterrupted views of the Lancashire countryside. Nestled within eight acres, the property sits proudly at the end of a secluded driveway surrounded by well-kept gardens. Guests will be wowed by the 27 beautifully appointed guest bedrooms, the bridal suite, state-of-the-art dressing room, glass skylight, grand wooden staircase, charming apex covered entrance, secluded patio and terrace.
Weddings of up to 145 day and 250 evening guests take place in The Ballroom. Full of natural light, the room has wooden floors, PA facilities, impressive views and an elegant décor throughout.
Posted: 6 September 2022
Set in the Eden Valley, Long Acre Barn is discretely located on a working farm amongst pastoral countryside with stunning views across ancient woodland and a flower meadow. There's a rustic, Victorian charm throughout, with a long drive through open fields and the sandstone barn and granary lovingly restored in a natural, pared back way to create an authentic venue. The exterior is welcoming with a large patio and pergola, and the windows and doorways framing the barn are flooded with natural light.
Long Acre Barn has been in the Addison family since 1859, and like many farming businesses, the owners explored several diversification options before deciding to transform the space into a wedding venue. After two years of planning and a further two years in renovation, the barn was completed, with the first weddings successfully taking place.
Posted: 30 August 2022
Storrs Hall on the shores of Windermere in the Lake District is launching a host of Proposal Packages, perfect for popping the question against the breathtaking backdrop of England's largest lake. Those popping the question can choose from thoughtful Proposal Packages including a private two-hour skippered tour of Windermere in its handcrafted teak and mahogany vintage Slipper Launch complete with champagne, or exclusive hire of the hotel's prettily romantic garden pavilion as the sun goes down, with festooned lighting twinkling against the lake, cosy blankets, their own meaningful playlist, scattered rose petals, candle-lit lanterns, an armful of roses and a bottle of champagne.
Posted: 25 August 2022
Set in a 19th-century cotton factory, Whitworth Locke is just a few minutes from the city's best bars, shops and nightlife. Opposite the much-loved Canal Street and around an eight-minute walk from Piccadilly Station, the property has stunning communal spaces and 160 luxurious apartments. The Storehouse has a sound system, lots of natural daylight, air conditioning, mood lighting, a private bar, a flexible stage and space for 90 guests throughout the day and 150 for the evening reception.
Posted: 23 August 2022
The Lowry Hotel makes a gorgeous backdrop for weddings with floor-to-ceiling windows that provide lots of natural light and offer striking views across Manchester. Boasting a romantic atmosphere and blank canvas that's ready to be transformed, the space is vast and modern, with glass everywhere. Situated on the banks of the River Irwell, the hotel is inspired by nature.
Weddings take place in two rooms depending on guest numbers. Intimate celebrations are held in the PDR, and the ballroom can be used for large nuptials of up to 280 friends and family.
Posted: 16 August 2022