Bartle Hall near Preston has so many amazing features for your wedding.
It has separate accommodation for the early part of the day, so you can have two groups getting ready. The Thicket Lodge and Ivy Cottage are at opposite ends of the grounds for if you want to make sure that no one sees each other before the ceremony!
Then the ceremony is in the impressive main house. The converted Coaching Barn is a large and beautiful location for the wedding breakfast meal and evening reception.
Plus there’s the expansive grounds and lawn that are a great backdrop for portrait pictures.
Hotel grounds and ceremony room
The house itself is a beautiful stately home in the Lancashire countryside.
You can see some pictures below of the lovely ceremy room decked out for this wedding.
Getting ready at Thicket Lodge
This accommodation is a great place to stay over before the wedding.
Set in its own woodland area, it sleeps six people and even has a jaccuzzi bath for relaxing the night before.
The bridal suite
The bridal suite is in the main house above the ceremony room. It’s a great place as a final location for getting ready.
On this day the bride had a first look with her bridal party and her father.
We love spending most of the day capturing candid moments of people laughing and enjoying themselves. But these emotional moments are one of the best parts of doing this job.
Groomsmen getting ready at Ivy Cottage
We had a bit of time to grab some pictures of the guys getting ready in Ivy Cottage before they headed into the house, to the bar!
Wedding guests in the bar at Bartle Hall
We loved hanging out with the guests here as they grabbed a drink before the wedding.
Wedding ceremony at the Country House
Wedding breakfast in the Coaching Barn
One half of the Coaching Barn is laid out with tables for the wedding breakfast and makes a great location for food and speeches.
The other half of the Coaching Barn has enough space for the dance floor, the bar and a stage for a band.
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