Sitting on the Shropshire and Cheshire border, Combermere Abbey is a romantic and historic venue set within acres of parkland, woods and walled gardens. It's a private and very elegant setting for weddings of all sizes.
What makes Combermere Abbey a unique wedding venue?
There's a magical quality to Combermere Abbey, making it a unique venue for very special weddings where fairy tales come true.
What is a typical wedding like at Combermere Abbey?
Guests often choose to hold their ceremony in the spectacular Glasshouse, which is light and airy, and surrounded by a fruit tree maze. In good weather, the ceremony can be held outdoors, in the maze itself, with incredible views on all sides. Religious ceremonies can be held in one of the many churches close to Combermere Abbey.
After the ceremony, guests can enjoy drinks and nibbles outside the Glasshouse, before making their way to the Pavilion lawn. The Pavilion houses a bar, flexible dining space, and a gorgeous dancefloor, with doors that open onto a terrace, with views of the gardens.
What Wedding Packages does Combermere Abbey offer?
Combermere Abbey's prices change according to the seasons and day of the week. You can find more information by visiting combermereabbey.co.uk.
What Extra facilities does Combermere Abbey have to assist couples to have the perfect day?
Stunningly prepared food and exceptional levels of services are what make Combermere Abbey a very special wedding venue, with every detail carefully considered. Experienced caterers and bar companies work with the in-house events team, to ensure everything goes to plan. At night, the chandeliers of the Pavilion provide a romantic touch, and the fairy lights in the trees outside add to the atmosphere.
Where is Combermere Abbey located?
Combermere Abbey is located in the Cheshire countryside, between Chester and Whitchurch.
Superb accommodation is available for up to 49 guests, in the converted stable cottages, with open fires and sumptuous furnishings. The happy couple can even spend their wedding night in the North Wing of the Abbey, with its own private entrance and butler service.
A stunning 1927 Crossley motor car is available for use on the estate, offering sensational photo opportunities.
Stone Lodge is the perfect place for the bride and her bridesmaids to prepare for the wedding day, and it can sleep up to four guests.