Chester Racecourse, Chester

Chester Racecourse, Chester Flanked by the River Dee, wedding venue Chester Racecourse is nestled on the edge of Chester's city walls. A picturesque setting rich in heritage, it's set in thirty acres of breathtaking space. The racecourse's iconic façade is complemented with contemporary interiors and surrounded by beautifully manicured lawns. The talented team of caterers at Horseradish will work collaboratively with you to deliver an indulgent menu for your guests and in the past have provided everything from Bloody Mary bars and lavish barbecue hog roasts to seaside-style fish and chips.

Space to celebrate
*The Leverhulme Stand is arranged over three floors with spectacular views across the Roodee. The first and second floors offer stylishly decorated private boxes, ideal for more intimate celebrations (150 ceremony, 120 dining, 160 evening guests on the ground floor).
*The Paddock Rooms overlook the parade ring and the winner's enclosure and open out onto a terrace for your drinks reception (150 ceremony, 100 dining, 160 evening guests).
*The Long Room with its high-ceiling atrium offers a terrace area, long bar and windows overlooking the final furlong (200 ceremony, 200 dining, 300 evening guests).
*The Pavilion Suite is the largest function space. It boasts its own bar and is flooded with natural daylight (600 ceremony guests).

Contact: 01244 304 660 |
Chester Racecourse, Chester CH1 2LY

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