Wedding venues of Crewe and Nantwich Cheshire
From castles to country manor hotels, Nantwich and the surrounding areas host a wide variety of locations for a perfect wedding venue. I have compiled these venues due to the nature of their service but more importantly as a wedding photographer the location.
For the more extravagant and fairy tale venue, Peckforton Castle is situated approximately 25 miles from Nantwich offering majestic back drops in medieval woodland grounds perfect for photography, features include the falcon display which is often included into the wedding day.
Rookery Hall situated one mile from Nantwich has always been a popular choice venue for weddings in south Cheshire for some time. Set in 38 acres of Cheshire countryside the building dates back to 1816 and now incorporates a modern spa.
Wrenbury Hall is an idyllic country manor house set in the heart of the beautiful South Cheshire countryside close to the historic market town of Nantwich. It commands spectacular views and is the perfect backdrop for wedding photography all year round.
The Wild Boar Hotel in Tarporley is one of the finest Tudor style houses in Cheshire with manicured gardens great for wedding photographers and close to Nantwich and Chester. The building is 19th century and was originally a coaching house with many features intact.
Crewe Hall is a Jacobean mansion located near Crewe Green , slightly east of Crewe. The impressive Hotel dates back to the 17th century approximately 1615, its features are extensive including grand marble fire places and Jacobean plaster work. Its location has made it very popular over the years for wedding due to its close location to the M6 situated 2 miles away.
For those who desire a more traditional venue for either a wedding reception or a civil ceremony without joining a queue of other waiting Brides to be, then perhaps the charming Willington Hall is just the place.
Willington Hall is nestled into the charismatic village of Tarporley which hides a quaint but equally beautiful country period Hotel dating back to 1820’s.
The Hotel a former country House Estate has witnessed many changes over the years, but it has not lost any of its old charm and period features including walled kitchen gardens, beehives and fountains.
I have personally found the venue to offer some of the most natural wedding Photography around Cheshire. I have lost count of the venues that I have been assigned to photograph wedding days and I’ve had to be incredibly inventive to gain those romantic images. Lots of modern venues lack a little soul; features tend to be sparse or lacking completely in character.
Hidden on the grounds is the most photogenic stone pillar summer house, which offers great romantic photography, behind that you can find a large private Kitchen garden with Rose arch ways.
The Bedrooms are certainly in keeping with the grand theme of this Hotel with four poster beds, large bathrooms and magnificent views of the Welsh hills.
The Manager Simon and his staff are courteous, polite, organised and experienced in providing a special day.