Christmas at Capesthorne Hall

We’re coming up to that most magical time of year, and this year we’re going all out. While most people know us as one of the best wedding venues in Cheshire, we also have a spectacular Christmas event which lets you see the house as decorated for, and by, the Bromley-Davenports.

This is a very popular event and it’s perfect for the whole family. This year there is a very traditional feel to the decorations, a step towards the familiar and the comforting with lots of reds and evergreen foliage. This is followed through in the themes chosen for some of the rooms including much-loved traditional Christmas stories.

And we’re interactive. There is an opportunity for children to write and post their own letters to Santa, as well as pin their Christmas wishes on one of our trees in the Lakeside Wing. And who knows, maybe Santa will make an appearance himself and the children can tell him directly what they’d like.

You can also expect the usual high-quality entertainment with music from school choirs and local musicians. You will definitely be in the Christmas spirit when you leave us.

Once you’ve finished your tour, come and grab a hot drink and a mince pie in our Lakeside Terrace. Or if you fancy something more substantial, we have hot food, including vegetarian options to satisfy all your hunger needs.

And don’t forget to visit our Craft Fair which is full of talented crafts people. You’ll find a one of a kind gift, and maybe something for yourself.

So, if you are one of our wonderful couples who got married with us, regardless of how long ago it was, then come and see us. We’d love seeing you again and hearing how you’re enjoying married life and meet any little ones that may have arrived since your wedding day.

Tickets for the event, held on 22nd, 23rd & 24th November 2019, can be purchased on the gate – Christmas at Capesthorne

If you’re unable to join us this weekend why not come along to ‘A Christmas Carol’ on Sunday 8th December 2019 which is a recitation of Charles Dicken’s tale of Scrooge – A Christmas Carol