Discover a local venue which took the crown for the venue of the week!
Situated in 23 acres of land, Cressbrook Hall is a grand and magnificent Tudor-style mansion, which was built in 1835 during the reign of William IV. The indoor areas are split into three main parts that are light, airy and can suit most decorations and colour schemes. All of the spaces are in keeping with the era of the house, however, they do have a modern twist.
The gardens and grounds are a photographer's dream boasting stunning views – Cressbrook Hall is south-facing and overlooks the Wye Valley and Water-Cum-Jolly Dale.Ceremonies take place in The Floral Archway, The Granary and The Drawing Room. The Floral Archway is outside in the gardens and can hold a maximum of 150 guests. Around 96 guests can view the ceremony from both The Granary which is on a balcony and The Conservatory.
The Drawing Room, located in the main Hall has beautiful bay windows with stunning views, which can hold up to 40 guests. There are multiple choices available for the reception depending on what couples are looking for on the wedding day. The Orangery is the main dining room, which is bright with a high glass ceiling and wooden beams with maximum formal seating for 56 guests. The Garden Room is the extended dining room that holds up to 40 loved ones. As well as being a ceremony area, The Granary is a quiet room with comfortable seating for guests to relax while the bar situated in The Conservatory is where guests can enjoy drinks and canapés.
Find out more: 01298 871 289 | www.cressbrookhall.co.uk