A truly stunning country estate where total exclusivity, luxurious surroundings and world-class service are standard. Colshaw Hall is the undisputed jewel in Cheshire’s luxury wedding crown. With its awe inspiring setting and sublime celebration spaces, discover this magical wedding wonderland for yourself…
The beautifully kept estate offers the ultimate combination of old time glamour and contemporary chic, with sublime interiors and beautiful backdrops for your big day.
At Colshaw Hall exclusive really does mean exclusive allowing you and your guests get to enjoy the Grade 2 listed manor house, glorious grounds and stunning celebration spaces all to yourselves.
Built in 1903, the estate is the ultimate combination of old time glamour and contemporary chic. Once the former home of the Irlam family, the manor, grounds and outbuildings have been lovingly restored to an exceptionally high standard with no detail left to chance.
From the magical manor house to the purpose built Peel Suite and courtyard accommodation, the spaces here have been well thought are and can be tailored to suit your individual vision, allowing you to host the wedding day of your dreams.
Relax with family and friends and the manor house, enjoy a post wedding day brunch in the orangery and roam the grounds at your leisure – Colshaw is your own private estate for the duration of your stay so enjoy every minute of it.
Set in over 300 acres of beautifully tended gardens and parkland – you can’t imagine a more picture-perfect setting for the day of your dreams. Every inch of the idyllic grounds have been manicured to perfection and the magical themed gardens provide you with endless opportunities for unique photo backdrops and unique spaces for your guests to enjoy.
Say ‘I Do’ To Colshaw
As well as providing the ultimate backdrop for your big day, Colshaw Hall offers a choice of super-romantic locations to ‘seal the deal’!
The stunning Stables ceremony space has to be seen to be truly appreciated. Oozing countryside charm, this glorious building has been carefully designed to provide the ultimate area for unforgettable nuptials. Its sublime simplicity exudes elegance with luxury marble flooring, oak beams and mesmerising leaded windows giving a glimpse of the gorgeous grounds beyond
A Delicious Day From Start To Finish
With quality at the heart of everything they do, Colshaw Hall have appointed the award-winning Barretts Event Caterers as their exclusive in-house catering partner.
Their team of talented chefs have devised a series of mouth-watering menus ranging from elegant canapes and traditional wedding breakfast type affairs to full on wedding day feasts.
The menus, although extensive, are by no means seat in stone and you can devise your own dishes and a plan a unique menu to match your own tastes and theme.
More Than A Day
Turn your big day into a mini-destination wedding for you and your guests and stay in your choice of luxury accommodation. From the unrivalled luxury of the hall, complete with world-class interior design touches and its very own bridal suite, to the quirky courtyard rooms and peaceful eco-lodges, you and your guests can enjoy your own slice of Cheshire country living both pre-and post wedding.
Like the rest of the estate all the accommodation has been finished to a superb standard with every detail considered. In total the estate can accommodate up to 36 guests so it’s a good idea to make this part of your overall package.
DON’T MISS: A Magical ‘Happily Ever After’ Breakfast
If you choose to stay in the hall on your wedding night, why not round off the celebrations with a delicious home-cooked breakfast in the light and airy orangery. Looking out over the walled garden, enjoy your first day as Mr and Mrs and enjoy the luxury of the hall a little while longer. Your guests can join you for a full English and Continental breakfast feast so you can talk about the day and look forward to your future surrounded by your nearest and dearest.
It’s time to make a booking with one of the team and experience the Colshaw magic for yourself. It really has to be seen to be believed…