Hall Weddings

At Capesthorne Hall

Capesthorne’s picturesque gardens and elegant rooms make it a perfect venue for your dream wedding at any time of the year.

The Hall and Lakeside Wing are offered on an exclusive basis giving you your own stately home for the day. The grounds are perfect for photographs and include the formal gardens adjacent to the lakes, the parkland and woodland walk.

The Drawing Room, with its magnificent chandeliers and Italian paintings, is used for civil ceremonies and has capacity for up to 100 guests.

The Queen Anne Room, with its ornate fireplace, is used for wedding breakfasts for up to 80 guests and has views across the front park.  The Saloon is a beautiful room for drinks receptions and leads out onto the Terrace and West Lawn which are ideal for outdoor games.

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Set across a private 100 acre statley home

For civil ceremonies and wedding breakfasts for up to 160 guests, our Lakeside Wing can be used.

This is also where evening receptions are held, with capacity for up to 180 guests, and provides elevated views over the main lake and formal gardens.

The area comprises the Garden Room and attached marquee plus the option of the adjacent Bromley Room.

A civil ceremony in the Hall can be followed by a Blessing in the private Family Chapel, by arrangement.

Outdoor ceremonies can take place in the grounds, a popular location being by the gazebo overlooking the lake and formal gardens.

To accommodate larger weddings there is the option to erect a marquee in the grounds.

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The Capesthorne Hall Wedding Team are dedicated to making your day special.  Further information is available from the Hall Office on 01625 861 221

Or for more details on civil ceremonies please visit
the Cheshire East Registrars’ website

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