Thornton Manor Estate & Gardens, Wirral

Thornton Manor Estate & Gardens, Wirral Credit: Lesley MeredithThornton Manor is a Grade II listed Elizabethan-style manor house wedding venue built in the middle of the 19th century. Located in the village of Thornton Hough, the historic estate is set amongst an oasis of rural calm and beautifully presented countryside, with gardens designed by Thomas Mawson. Originally built for Charles William Potts, and occupied by the late Lord Leverhulme, this grand venue exudes enchantment and charm. The 120 acres of glorious parkland and landscaped gardens are bursting with features including lakes, meadows, woodland dells and a hand carved bridge, which make for truly stunning photographic backdrops.
   There are three fabulous locations where you can exchange your vows, as well as a choice of ornate rooms and outdoor settings for entertaining your guests. The early Georgian-inspired Dining Room, overlooking the lime tree avenue is a romantic spot for your "I dos," as is the stunning Music Room, adorned with spectacular wall panelling, elaborate plasterwork and period paintings by Giovanni Cipriana.     The venue has capacity for 200 dining and evening guests. What's more, you'll have the opportunity to enjoy the Lady Lever bedroom complimentary on the night of the wedding.

Contact: 0151 353 1155 |
Thornton Manor Estate & Gardens, Manor Road, Thornton Hough, Wirral, Cheshire border CH63 1JB

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