Unique UK wedding venues

QHotels, operated by RBH - the UK's leading independent hotel management company - specialises in unique wedding venues across its luxury portfolio.

These three properties of distinction delight in their truly original wedding offerings:

Crewe Hall

Couples looking to share their love of literature as they celebrate their love for one another can recite their vows in the grand setting of a historic Cheshire library. 

Formerly home to the Lords of Crewe, Crewe Hall's Great Library once housed the Marquess' reportedly 32,000-strong book collection - some of which still remain in their cases today.

Enter the opulent ceremony room under a delicate Wedgwood Aurora, Goddess of Dawn, with flowers scattered in her path, surrounded by ornate Mabey medallions celebrating literary titans from Shakespeare to Wordsworth. 

As newlyweds, you can process through the East Hall, with its record of Crewe family marriages, and dine with your loved ones in the Long Gallery, which once played host to King George and Queen Mary.     

You can even spend a quiet moment in the Estate's private Chapel and your first day as newlyweds strolling in eight acres of stunning grounds.

This utterly charming venue is the perfect setting to write your own love story. 

 

Norton Park

Host your fairytale wedding at the 17th century Tyth Barn, situated within 54 acres of sprawling grounds at the 4-star Norton Park Hotel

Say your "I dos" under the barn's vaulted ceilings, in the gorgeous oak surroundings, with its adjoining lawns offering an idyllic spot for a drinks reception afterwards.

Then see the versatile space transformed into a banqueting venue for you and your guests to raise a toast.

Or head to the 16th century Manor House overlooking the walled garden and lake, with its light and spacious Orangery.

This opulent Manor also boasts 13 beautifully appointed bedrooms available for exclusive use.

 

The Midland

If you're a dancing fan looking to step into your big day in style, look no further than Manchester's iconic Midland Hotel.

Step through the famous arches of this Grade II listed building, where kings and queens have walked before you, and live like royalty for the day.   

After a private drinks reception, dine on Cordon Bleu cuisine in the renowned Trafford Room, with a bespoke menu designed by the hotel's executive head chef.   

And afterwards, take to the dancefloor and recreate the UK's first ever tango, performed in this very room.

Then rest your weary legs and unwind as newlyweds in the hotel's award-winning spa. 

 

 

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