Wedding venues in Cheshire
I am so lucky to have photographed lots of amazing weddings and in beautiful venues. I have complied a list of my favourite wedding venues in Cheshire.
Are you looking for a tipi by a lake – then look at Kings acre in Chester. A luxury Manor house with stunning view – check out Thornton Manor on the Wirral. Want to get married in a glass house and want a rustic feel to your day – Abbeywood Estate in Cheshire is for you!
We really are spoilt for choice in Cheshire, we have the best wedding venues!
Pendrill Hall Exclusive venue
Exclusive country house wedding venue in the west midlands
The Ashes Exclusive Country House Barn Wedding Venue Staffordshire
Award winning wedding venue based in the stunning Stafforshire countryside.
Kings Acre, Chester
Kings Acre is a family run, exclusive venue with a rustic feel based in the heart of Cheshire. At the centre of the event area is a small marquee (up to 60 guests) with a well stocked bar, fully licensed for alcohol and dancing! For numbers over this amount they have space to erect a larger marquee or tipi. A little lake with a rowing boat and such a relaxed feel to the day.
A breathtaking setting for an individual wedding the the Belle Epoque in Knutsford. Stylish and inviting the decor has Art Nouveau fireplaces, Italian glass mosaic floor and an Mediterranean roof garden. Quite a dark venue but this is something I love, a little bit moody and intimate.
Thornton Manor, Wirral
A stunning country house with a variety of locations for your ceremony to take place. The Georgian inspired dining room created a stunning setting for your meal, whilst the spectacular lime tree avenues make a beautiful backdrop for your summer wedding.
This magnificent venue is on the wirral nestled on the banks of the River Dee with breathtaking views of the Welsh mountains. A private venue situated over two floors for your ceremony and wedding breakfast, the food is delicious.
The Oak Tree of Peover, Knutsford
An exclusive venue in the heart of Cheshire,a unique contemporary venue is set in the heart of Cheshire surrounded by stunning countryside views. Licensed for civil ceremonies and ran by a small friendly team your guests will enjoy the natural light flooding in through the high ceilings and exposed beams.
Colshaw Hall, Knutsford
A Luxurious grade two listed hall is situated on a private country estate. The hall is set in beautiful gardens, the stables is a dedicated ceremony room complete with oak beams and marble flooring and the Peel suite is a 180 capacity banqueting hall complete with stylish bar. They also have a sister venue – Merrydale Manor . I have shot quite a few times at Colshaw and its one of my favourites because of the staff, they are super helpful and i know alot of my couples have found the same!
Oh me oh my, Liverpool
Perfect city centre venue located opposite the cities iconic three graces, a casual and creative space for your unique day. The food is amazing and they have a gorgeous roof top terrace.
Trafford Hall, Chester
Nestled in 14 acres of picturesque grounds, the beautiful sunken garden and surrounding woodland of Trafford Hall. The ballroom is a beautiful room with period features and high ceilings, seating 70 guests for their wedding breakfast. You can also provide a marquee or teepee for an outdoor wedding in the woodland.
A quirky boutique venue in Chester City Centre, just a stones throw to the river and clock tower. Being able to cater for smaller, more intimate weddings is also a bonus. They have a beautiful roof terrace and individual features that makes this venue stand out.
Carpets of bluebells, canopies of trees, beautiful award-winning buildings and the space and time for you to celebrate your marriage with those you love, Greenacres in the North West has it all. Beautiful woodland and plenty of outdoor space to celebrate your big day.
Abbeywood Estate, Delamere
A stunning venue with the most beautiful botanical gardens. You can get married outside, in the barn or the glasshouse. So many choices for portraits and with shooting there quite a few times – I do have my favourite spots!