Styal Lodge Weddings

Styal Lodge is a beautiful eco-friendly wooden building, constructed from sustainable Finnish timber set in the heart of the National Trust village of Styal.  An altogether romantic wedding location, hidden away within the stunning grounds of Styal Golf Club, with views out of the Lodge spanning across the golf course and out to the beautiful Cheshire countryside.

The Lodge is licensed for civil and partnership ceremonies and can cater for up to 160 seated guests. This number can be increased for the evening.

Upon choosing Styal Lodge for your wedding, it becomes your exclusive private venue for the whole day. From 10am until the early hours of the following morning, so as to ensure your wedding is a day of pure luxury and enjoyment.

The Lodge itself has everything you need in the one location. The main venue space can be cleverly divided, so as to hold civil ceremonies which take place in front of the vast floor to ceiling bay windows. The Lodge also has a “chill-out” area with comfy sofas and chairs for guests to unwind and relax as it’s a long day.

There is an elegant and spacious Wedding sitting room with a luxury en suite bathroom situated right next to the main venue space. This is the brides very own personal room with dressing table, long mirrors and sofas. This room is all yours for the whole day.

Styal Lodge comes packed with all the latest state of the art audio and lighting facilities, and hold a license for live musical entertainment. Not only does it have all the benefits you may be looking for in a wedding, but it also caters for the disabled.

If you are considering Styal Lodge for your wedding, you will find the prices range from:

£2500 – £3700 Off Peak. The higher end being Friday, Saturday and Sunday

£3000 – £4200 Peak Season. The higher end being Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Woodyatt Warner will provide you with a bespoke venue dressing service for Styal Lodge for your wedding.

For details contact: or call 07989 640 486

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~ by admin on March 16, 2012.