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Beeston Manor

Type:Wedding Venue

Quaker Brook Lane, Hoghton, Preston, Lancashire, PR5 0RA

Tel: 01254 851 995

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Beeston Manor

Beeston Manor welcomes you to one of the Ribble Valley's finest privately owned venues for all occasions and events. Our beautifully converted 16th Century Barn is set in 140 acres of land, surrounded by Beeston Woods, in the small village of Hoghton, near Preston.

Beeston Manor stands in a breath-taking rural area with spectacular views. The romantic ambience in Beeston Manor is tangible, and local legend has it that Beeston Wood has been the meeting place for generations of lovers over the centuries, making us the perfect choice for a romantic and stunningly beautiful wedding.

Beeston Manor is run by the Bickerstaffe family who deliver a professional service while bringing a unique feeling of warmth to your wedding day. Their experience in wedding planning has made Beeston Manor a popular choice with couples from all over the North West of England and beyond.

Ideally situated, close to the motorway networks (M6, M61, M55 and M65), and with the added facility of a helicopter pad, Beeston Manor is perfectly placed and accessible to couples from all over Lancashire and further afield. There are fourteen en-suite bedrooms available to use during your wedding celebrations, we have a licence to hold civil ceremonies, a quality restaurant and two beautiful function rooms (the Woodland and the Oakland) each with a backdrop of stunning, panoramic views.

Beeston Manor is a Grade II listed sandstone building which has been restored and converted, with stone walls and exposed beams, by the Bickerstaffe family.  The 16th Century Barn has many original features including the beautiful oak beams and the locally quarried pink sand stone. The new Woodland and Oakland Rooms were built in the year 2000 mirroring the building technique of the original barn. The Entrance Hall still features the original and very beautiful stone floor flags. Today, our Brides make their grand entrance to Beeston Manor stepping over these flags as they are welcomed by us into our beautiful wedding venue.

The story of the evolution of Beeston Manor, from a redundant farm barn in 1985 to a busy vibrant venue, is remarkable. If you are lucky to meet Mr Bickerstaffe Snr he would be delighted to tell you all the fascinating stories linked to the creation of Beeston Manor.

Our aim at Beeston Manor is to treat every wedding and event like our own. We are a family business and our team, including head chef Julie and her staff, work hard to ensure that every detail is considered and addressed so that your wedding day will be forever memorable and exactly as you planned.

Our experienced wedding co-ordinators, Amy and Janet, will assist you through the various stages of planning and organising your big day to ensure you have a day full of wonderful memories to cherish. Our venue will be exquisitely prepared ensuring every detail reflects the theme you have chosen for your special day.

“To everyone at Beeston Manor who helped on our special day, we just want to say a really big thank you!
Our day was so perfect in every way. So many of our guests commented on how beautiful Beeston Manor was. All the staff were very helpful and made our day what it was. We cannot thank you enough!!”
Sarah and Simon Smith x

“To John, Janet, Amy and all the staff at Beeston Manor
Thank you so much for all your help and support and for giving us a perfect wedding day.
The whole experience was fantastic; you helped to create the stress free, relaxed day that we wanted.”
Love from Kirsty and Alan Harper

At Beeston Manor, we take pride in the fact that all of our food is homemade and freshly cooked using only the finest, locally sourced ingredients where possible. We are able to adapt our recipes to suit most dietary requirements. If we have omitted any of your favourite dishes our Head-Chef Julie Bickerstaffe-Smith will happily discuss your requirements.

Beeston Manor has 14 en-suite bedrooms that have been beautifully designed and furnished for you and your guests’ enjoyment. All rooms are en-suite with flat screen TV’s and you can be sure that your guests will be extremely comfortable should they decide to stay the night with us. We have 10 double rooms and 1 single room located upstairs, which have the original oak beams and have exposed stone walls. Downstairs we have our king-size Bridal Suite, a further double room with a corner bath and a king-size room (which is also fitted with disabled facilities).

Beeston Manor holds the awards for 'Regional Finalist' in the 2015 and 2016 Wedding Industry Awards and 2015 Northern Wedding Awards, and achieved 'Runner-Up' in the Great Northern Wedding Awards 2015 and 2016 Award of a TOP 5 Wedding Venue! The venue also have outstanding reviews on Trip Advisor.

Beeston Manor is truly a venue to experience and remember.
 

Opening Times

Beeston Manor (1 Jan 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)

Events

Sunday, 30th June 2019 - Sunday, 30th June 2019

Sunday, 20th October 2019 - Sunday, 20th October 2019

Beeston Manor Wedding Open DayBeeston Manor is a beautiful converted 500-year-old barn, complete with sandstone walls and oak beams, the perfect backdrop to your wedding day. During their wedding open days, the venue will be dressed to impress just as at a real life wedding so, why not come down and have a sneak peek to see...
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Monday, 18th November 2019 - Thursday, 21st November 2019

Beeston Manor Wedding Open Evening
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Awards

  • Sub-Regional AwardsPartner of Visit Lancashire Partner of Visit Lancashire 2018

Directions

Road Directions

Directions – Ideally situated on the rural outskirts of Preston close to the M6, M61, M65 and M55 motorway networks

From the north - leave the M6 at junction 31, then at roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A59 (signposted Clitheroe). Turn right onto Vicarage Lane (signposted Roach Bridge). Continue forward onto Vicarage Lane. Continue forward onto Roach Road. Turn right onto Quaker Brook Lane

From the south - leave the M6 at junction 29, then at roundabout take the 3rd exit, then join the M65 motorway (signposted Burnley, Blackburn). Leave the M65 at junction 3, then at roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A675 (signposted Walton-le-Dale). At T-junction turn left onto the A675 (signposted Walton-le-Dale). Turn right onto Quaker Brook Lane.

Public Transport Directions

Ideally situated on the rural outskirts of Preston close to all motorway networks. For public transport links, Manchester and Liverpool International Airports are both approximately 50 miles away and we are only a few miles from both Blackburn and Preston Bus and Railway Stations.

Facilities

Accessibility

  • Accessible venue

Catering

  • Discounted children's meals
  • Use of cake stand and knife

Specialist Features

  • Confetti permitted
  • Guide dogs permitted

Venue Facilities

  • Dedicated Wedding Coordinator
  • Exclusive use
  • Free WiFi available for guests
  • Licence for Civil Ceremonies
  • Master of Ceremonies available
  • Natural daylight
  • On site accommodation available
  • Set in own grounds
  • Table linen included
  • Table number holders available
  • Table plan easel available

Special Offers

  • Dates remaining in November and December 2019

    Call 01254 851995 for availability and prices

    More offers like this - Wedding Special Offers

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