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They say your wedding day is the happiest day of your life.

You’ll only get to do it once – if you’re lucky – so it’s pretty important that you get it right.

If you’ve always dreamt of the ultimate, fairytale wedding in the grounds of a Cinderella-esque castle, with acres of greenery and manicured gardens that carry on for miles, stunning period features and breathtaking decor, you simply must visit these three truly elegant Cheshire venues.

All belong to the Boutique Hotel Group, so whether you’re looking to host an intimate ceremony or a grand celebration, you can rely on their team of dedicated wedding co-ordinators to help turn your dream wedding into a reality.

With varying packages to suit every budget, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at what amazing value for money these iconic locations can offer.

Nunsmere Hall

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Surrounded by a breathtaking lake, nestled away in the heart of historic Delamere Forest, Nunsmere Hall offers the utmost exclusivity and privacy for your special day. This magnificent Edwardian venue provides a calm hideaway for you and your loved ones to enjoy your celebration in a relaxing atmosphere.

Once a private residence, the venue has been transformed into the perfect location for all your wedding desires. Maintaining original features and decor, Nunsmere Hall boasts 36 bedrooms and is perfect for weddings of all sizes from 10 to 600 guests.

Meander down the wisteria-clad walkways, marvel at the lakeside views and breathe in the countryside air as you’re transported to a land that you will never want to leave.

Promising serenity by the boatload, let your love story unfold as you take to the charming sunken Italian garden.

With wedding packages from £5,000, the option to add a beautiful outdoor marquee, exclusive use of the whole venue and quality combined with value for money, your wedding day hopes and dreams might be more achievable than you think at Nunsmere Hall.

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Peckforton Castle

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With its original historic features, vaulted dining rooms, red sandstone walls and open fires, let Peckforton Castle set the scene for your ultimate dream wedding.

Built in the style of a medieval castle, this enchanting country house is jaw-dropping.

Boasting castle features which include turrets, a gatehouse and dry moat, it’s perfectly secluded amongst acres of woodland and is the ultimate country house for anyone who wants to add some serious elegance to their big day.

And with more than five licensed rooms to choose from, including the Hexagonal Suite, the Great Hall, the Drawing Room, the Wine Cellar and the Library, this venue is brimming full of history for you and your guests to indulge in.

With wedding packages from £6,000, facilities to accommodate weddings from 10 to 160 guests, there are only a handful of venues in the north than can offer such picturesque photo opportunities.

And anyone who wants to keep their wedding day truly private can arrange exclusive use of all the grounds and facilities.

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Inglewood Manor

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This stunningly preserved Edwardian manor house is framed by 40 acres of gardens and woodland with complete tranquillity around every corner.

Overflowing with heart and soul, the charming warmth of the manor is undeniable to all who visit, with the impressive venue featuring huge sash windows and sprawling, unique gardens.

Whether you create your own bespoke package or choose from one of several wedding packages available, you can sleep easy in one of the 29 phenomenal bedrooms knowing that every last detail will be taken care of.

It’s perfect for wedding parties ranging between 10 to 150 people and packages start from £3,500.

Inglewood Manor looks striking and graceful all year round, regardless of the season.

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The wedding you’ve always dreamt of doesn’t just have to be a fantasy. Make it a reality at one of these stunning venues. Book a no-obligation appointment with one of their experienced wedding co-ordinators to see them for yourself and get a real feel for these beautiful spaces.

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