Holbeck Ghyll, LA23 1LU
01539 432 375 | www.holbeckghyll.com
Holbeck Ghyll is a 19th-century hunting lodge built by Lord Lonsdale. In 1973, it was transformed into a hotel and boasts acres of countryside, large bay windows and an ivy-covered façade. Guests will be impressed by the far-reaching views of the nearby mountains, lakes and fells, creating an impressive backdrop for photographs.
Celebrate in style
Ceremonies can take place in the Oak Room. This charming space is the hotel’s main restaurant and houses a large fireplace, oak-panelled walls and room for 64 seated guests.
The Segrave Room, with its floor-to-ceiling windows, striking décor and stunning views, is also available. It can hold 32 friends and family for the service.
The Lonsdale Room, located in the original part of the property, can accommodate 20 loved ones for the vows.
Alternatively, The Drawing Room can be used for more intimate celebrations. Boasting a neutral décor throughout, this area is ideal for couples looking for a blank canvas, with room for eight nearest and dearest for the ceremony and reception.
Brides and grooms will receive a personalised menu and tasting session created by the venue’s head chef.