Why You Should Get Married In The North West

Why You Should Get Married In The North WestFrom Liverpool to the Lake District, the North West of England is a truly magical place to get married. The cities, towns, and villages make for incredible locations.  Choose the North West!

Magical Towns, Villages & Cities – Why You Should Get Married In The North West

As a whole England has loads of quaint town, big, beautiful cities, and enchanting villages. The cities, towns, and villages in the North West are no different.

The big cities and counties like Liverpool, Manchester, and Blackburn have a unique mixture of the old and the new. These cities thrive with its urban spaces and business districts which are contrasted by historical buildings and landmarks.

Greater Manchester – Why You Should Get Married In The North West

If you’re a city-loving couple looking to tie the knot in the North West, Greater Manchester might be precisely the destination you are looking for. With a rich industrial history, the area prides in unique buildings like the Brickhouse Social, Summat to Ate, and Trafford Town Hall.

Lancashire – Why You Should Get Married In The North West

If you’re looking for somewhere that has a bit of everything, opt for the coastal county of Lancashire. With all of these stunning wedding venues, brides and grooms will have so much to choose from. With a variety of historical building you can get married at the Stanley House Hotel and Spa, Preston Marriott Hotel, and Mytton Fold Hotel and Golf Club – the choice is yours.

Get Married In The North West – Merseyside

With cities like Liverpool, this county has plenty of cool and contemporary places like Titanic Hotel Liverpool, Colshaw Hall, and Thornton Manor to tie the knot.

Besides the big cities and counties, the North West prides its quaint towns and rural villages. This area defines the accurate representation of the English countryside. Doesn’t that seem perfect for a wedding?


With a handful of beautiful rural villages, the county of Cheshire is a stunning location if you’re looking for an English countryside wedding. There are lovely historical villages to host the perfect wedding like Bollington, Christleton, and Lymm. Each village has its own unique charm and often gives you a flashback to time now forgotten.


Why You Should Get Married In The North WestLake District

This breathtaking area of the North West has stunning natural beauty and quaint accommodation options. Besides the lakes, forests, and mountains it also prides in incredible towns like Windermere, Keswick, and Ambleside. Villages like Caldbeck, Hawkshead, and Cartmel with its cobblestone street and historic architecture are the real gems of this area.

Perfect If You Want A Historic Wedding Venues

Historic architecture and buildings are not uncommon in the United Kingdom, but the North West is home to some beautiful historical buildings that have been transformed into stunning wedding venues. Here are a few of our favorites:

Upper House Hayfield

What once was a hunting lodge that hosted the Knights Templar and the family of Agatha Christie, located in hayfield. Is now a stunning wedding venue perfect for residential weekend weddings. Well maintained, has all the advantages of a modern lodge and provides plenty of privacy. The house itself can host wedding’s up to 130 people, but also has more intimate spaces that can host weddings as small as 20 people.

Augill Castle

Located in Kirkby Stephe, Augill Castle is a small venue that host up to 60 guests and accommodate 34 guests. This unique setting provides great outdoor space that you should take advantage of during the warmer months of the year.

Have A Stunning Farm & Barn Wedding

Want a farm or barn wedding, look no further than the North West of England. There are so many of these types of wedding venues in this area, but here are two of our favorites:

Sandhole Barn

Set aside a beautiful lake and plenty of farm animals, Sandhole Barn is the perfect rustic location for a wedding. With a stunning oak-beamed barn, a beautiful outdoor area and large veranda, this Congleton wedding venue is an idyllic place to say ‘I do.’ The venue can accommodate up to 140 guests in the barn itself.

Heaton House Farm

Located on a farm in Staffordshire is Heaton House Farm. Consisting of two interlinking barns this wedding venue is perfect for any size wedding. Accommodating up to 450 guests, the barns can be transformed into sophisticated venues or left as is with a rustic look and feel.

If the traditional North West wedding venue is not your thing, and you’re looking for something maybe go for one of these unique options:


Village UKCentral Library

The historic Central Library in Manchester is a licensed wedding venue offering both morning and evening weddings, perfect for a bookworm couple or book themed wedding.

Victoria Warehouse

With two locations in the Victoria Warehouse licensed to hold weddings, this venue in Manchester gives you the option. The second is The Bay which is a versatile space within the on-site Victoria Warehouse Hotel.

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