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Cheshire

Located south west of Manchester, Cheshire is a quaint, quiet retreat famous for its black framed and white plaster houses. One of England’s oldest cities, the county town of Chester has hundreds of listed, historical buildings - perfect for a classical wedding backdrop. The county is very rural, with many, many picturesque villages. The moors of Cheshire’s peak district are spectacular, and the Macclesfield canals have glorious bridges and locks along its towpaths. To the west is the border with Wales and the low lying Cheshire Plain expands southwards from the Mersey Valley to the Shropshire Hills in the south July and August can reach up to 25°; the coldest and driest month is February at 7°, and the wettest month is October. Proximity to Liverpool and Manchester Cities, gives access to two international airports, and the M6, M62, M53 and M56 motorways. Photo by Rachel Hannah Photo on Unsplash

2 Wedding Venues in Cheshire meet your criteria

Image of Lion Quays Resort
Shropshire, England
35 Km from Location
Wonderfully located on the banks of the picturesque Llangollen Canal in Shropshire, Lion Quays Resort offers stunning views for you to enjoy and with a variety of wedding...
  • Parking
  • Outdoor Ceremony
  • Guest Accommodation
Capacity
2-400
Avg Price
£70.00
Image of Alderley Edge Hotel
Cheshire, England
26 Km from Location
Alderley Edge Hotel is the perfect place to hold your dream Cheshire wedding. We are in the perfect Cheshire location and we have a dedicated team ready to ensure your event...
  • Civil License
  • Fully Accessible
  • Guest Accommodation
Capacity
2-150
Avg Price
£55.00
Cheshire

Located south west of Manchester, Cheshire is a quaint, quiet retreat famous for its black framed and white plaster houses. One of England’s oldest cities, the county town of Chester has hundreds of listed, historical buildings - perfect for a classical wedding backdrop. The county is very rural, with many, many picturesque villages. The moors of Cheshire’s peak district are spectacular, and the Macclesfield canals have glorious bridges and locks along its towpaths. To the west is the border with Wales and the low lying Cheshire Plain expands southwards from the Mersey Valley to the Shropshire Hills in the south July and August can reach up to 25°; the coldest and driest month is February at 7°, and the wettest month is October. Proximity to Liverpool and Manchester Cities, gives access to two international airports, and the M6, M62, M53 and M56 motorways. Photo by Rachel Hannah Photo on Unsplash

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