Stirk House in the Ribble Valley was built in 1635
STIRK HOUSE, BB7 4LJ
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Built in 1635, Stirk House exudes character and authentic features, which can still be seen today in the magnificent stone arch above the fireplace and the original doorway that has welcomed guests to this special place for over 300 years.
Stirk House is a historic property with a winding driveway, ivy-clad walls, sparkling stone mullion windows and vibrant and immaculate gardens. Boasting spectacular views of the surrounding Ribble Valley countryside and Lancashire’s famous Pendle Hill, guests can enjoy relaxing strolls through the gardens, ancient forest and nature trail.
Stirk Tree, affectionately named by past couples, is a sycamore which towers above the grounds and is adorned with hundreds of twinkling fairylights. This is a particularly popular spot for wedding photographs, and the decking area around the tree allows couples and their photographer to spend some time taking mesmerising pictures in a peaceful and lovely part of the venue.
Celebrate in style
Ceremonies of up to 115 guests take place in the timeless Gallery Suite. This charming and intimate room is surprisingly spacious and allows couples to customise the décor to suit the theme of their special day.
The Ceremony Room is prefaced with a walk through the Conservatory, a serene and elegant part of the hotel which features a spectacular living wall of colour-changing ivy.
Wedding receptions of up to 250 guests are held in the magnificent Stirk House Ballroom. This room features a large dancefloor, a bar, a separate lounge area, a popular selfie wall, a fairylight corridor and a huge skylight, allowing guests to dance the night away under the stars.
The happy couple will enjoy a complimentary stay in the fabulous honeymoon suite on the night of their wedding. This suite includes a luxurious bedroom with views of the surrounding grounds and countryside, a separate lounge area as well as a free-standing bath and double shower.