Deciding on your ideal wedding venue is an key part of your wedding planning.
There is a huge choice of different venue types in Cheshire and Merseyside including hotels, barns, country manor houses, romantic castles as well as chic city and town centre locations.
Check out these stunning wedding venues and those further afield in our listings below.
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Tower Hill Barns is an exclusive-use, luxury wedding venue beautifully secluded and nestled amongst 10 acres of the North Wales countryside, close to Cheshire and The Wirral. These idyllic surroundings offer a laid-back ambience and the team are passionate about offering first-class hospitality with a personal touch.
Talhenbont Hall is a privately run, family-owned estate nestled in the Welsh countryside on the Llyn Peninsula, and built in 1607 it's rich in history. The Hall was constructed by William Vaughan as a wedding present for his new wife Ann. The grounds are simply stunning, featuring an ancient woodland and formal garden, which couples get exclusive use of. The pergoda, where you can exchange vows with no limit on numbers, is positioned on the terrace overlooking the River Dwyfach, which flows through the estate. The position of this venue is certainly enviable, situated as it is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, just two miles from the beach.
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This wedding venue, paired with the historic city of Chester, offers a fine combination for your wedding day in the region. Situated between the M53 and the city centre, it offers easy access to Manchester and Liverpool International Airports, as well as Chester railway station – ideal if you're welcoming guests from all over. With a stunning and lovingly restored 18th-century manor house, Grade II listed English Heritage conservatory, and a converted stable barn, you're ensured a special day that's both magical and memorable.
Capesthorne Hall is a beautiful, family-owned Jacobean stately home wedding venue, overlooking three lakes and stunning formal gardens. The intimate family chapel, set within the grounds, can also be used for wedding blessings. The rooms of the Main Hall have a boast a wealth of period features, including chandeliers, feature fireplaces, ornate Italian paintings and sculptures, creating a setting for your ceremony, drinks reception and wedding breakfast that's nothing short of magnificent.
Constructed in 1816, this country house wedding venue has striking gothic features such as mullioned, arched windows, enchanting carved pillars and detailed stonework, and the French chateau style tower provides a stunning focal point as you approach. Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa is set within in 38 acres of lush Cheshire countryside and is reached by a long, private, tree-lined drive. The outdoor terrace has romantic views of a lawn fountain, set within manicured gardens – a beautiful setting for open-air reception drinks.
The smallest five-star hotel in the UK, this Grade II listed Elizabethan-style mansion has 18 individually designed bedrooms and suites, a luxurious spa and Riviera Restaurant and is a wedding venue. Located in 250 acres of parkland in Royden Park on the Wirral, it overlooks the Welsh Hills, and the setting is overflowing with historic architecture and photo opportunities.