A Wedding Venue Fit For A Royal Wedding
Wedding Planning - 16.05.18
Wedding Planning - 16.05.18
Dreaming of a wedding fit for royalty? With 1,000 years of history to Combermere Abbey’s name, this Cheshire wedding venue has the wow-factor and provides a fairy-tale setting for your love story and wedding day. In fact, an Empress of Austria even once proclaimed that Combermere Abbey was ‘the most romantic place’. With its exquisite Gothic façade, walled gardens and mile-long driveway, it’s easy to see why!
When you say ‘I do’ to this Cheshire wedding venue for your dream day, every part of Combermere Abbey is yours for your celebrations. The entire estate, along with its ancient woodlands, beautiful gardens and even the UK’s largest private mere, will be yours to explore and enjoy. With this level of privacy and peacefulness in such a picturesque location, Cheshire brides and grooms can feel like they’re celebrating their very own royal wedding here.
From the moment you begin your chauffeur-driven journey up the mile-long driveway, your wedding day will feel as special as a royal wedding. Stepping from the car, you and your bridal party make your way through the walled gardens. Wind your way through the fruit tree maze and into the idyllic 19th-century Edwardian Glasshouse. There aren’t many walks down the aisle as fairy-tale as this.
Exchange vows with the love of your life against a panoramic backdrop of the beautiful gardens. Then, it’s time to raise a glass as newlyweds in the fruit tree maze. A great talking point for guests, this maze is the only one of its kind in the world!
This Cheshire wedding venue’s purpose-built Pavilion sets the scene for a brilliant reception. The Pavilion offers Cheshire brides a blank canvas to bring to life with their personalities and theme.
Combermere Abbey also boasts a dedicated and welcoming team of wedding coordinators. These lovely ladies will be on hand to offer as much or little guidance as you like. They work tirelessly to bring your dreams to life, giving you the bespoke service your dream day deserves.
As the celebrations draw to a close, newlyweds will fall in love with their honeymoon suite in the North Wing. With a personal butler service and opulent rooms, you’ll start married life in luxury.
Having served as an abbey since the 16th-century, King Henry VIII chose to dissolve it. The Abbey then became property of Sir George Cotton, before later being sold to the Crossley family, who remain the owners to this very day. Few Cheshire wedding venues can rival Combermere Abbey’s heritage and history.
Even better, Combermere Abbey remains a hidden gem for Cheshire couples. This means that, when you tie the knot here, your guests will be blown away by their first impressions of the Abbey.
To see how our couples have celebrated in style, take a look at Hayley and Umesh’s Vibrant Wedding At Combermere Abbey.
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