Cheshire Wedding Venues of Distinction

Cheshire Wedding Venues of Distinction brings us to part 3 of our selection of the best wedding venues in Cheshire. So from the turrets of medieval castles to the magical 4 poster master bedrooms of a secluded island hideaway, there is something here for everyone to enjoy.

Lyme Park 

Bordering on the edge of the Peak District National Park, nestling within sweeping moorland, Lyme Park is the largest stately home in Cheshire. Its remoteness and powerful beauty combined with wild deer park and vast magnificant gardens have brought this estate to the fore front of many spectacular wedding photographs. The mansion was the setting of Jane Austin’s 1995 hit film ‘Pride and Prejudice’ where Colin Firth can be seen appearing from the lake.

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Arley Hall

Arley Hall, exterior of house and driveway

Arley Hall is set in 18 acres of beautifully maintained gardens and is an impressive example of a Victorian Country House built in the Elizabethan style. It has been awarded time and time again for being one of the most interesting and attractive stately homes in the country. The Hall stands on the same site as the very first house built by the Egerton family in 1469. The lavish ceilings, elaborate carvings, and stain glass windows create a spectacular feeling of grandeur and add to this perfect setting, for any wedding celebration.

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Tomorrow we will be bringing you the finale of our Cheshire Wedding Venues of Distinction.

~ by admin on December 3, 2011.