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Eaves Hall Country Wedding Venue

Type:Wedding Venue

Eaves Hall Lane, West Bradford, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 3JG

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Eaves Hall Country Wedding Venue
With a new contemporary country house presentation, Eaves Hall is now one of the finest exclusive hospitality venues in the North West so whether you’re planning a wedding, celebration or corporate function, your guests can enjoy a private affair with full use of all the facilities Eaves Hall has to offer, as well as the unrivalled attention of our staff.

Eaves Hall stands proudly at the heart of the Ribble Valley, Lancashire. A magnificent Georgian mansion available for your exclusive use on your wedding day. The gardens and grounds are beyond compare, superb in summer sunshine, sublime in winter snow. The interiors are just as enchanting, the layout is incredibly flexible.

Several rooms are licensed for Civil Ceremonies making Eaves Hall the perfect choice for small, intimate weddings and bigger blowouts for all your family and friends whatever the theme. With 30 bedrooms, plus the luxury lodge everyone can stay over! Themed weddings, from Movies to Vintage are increasingly popular. Eaves Hall is the perfect choice. It is yours for the day and we are at your disposal.

• Magnificent Georgian Mansion
• 13 acres of Gardens & Grounds
• Fabulous Interior Design
• Exquisite Food
• Licensed for Civil Ceremonies, Inside & Out, Big & Small
• Wedding Reception up to 120 seated guests
• Evening Reception up to 250 guests
• 30 Bedrooms
• Luxury Lodge (Available upon request)

From the moment you pass through its wrought iron gates and sweep up the tree lined driveway, Eaves Hall will instantly have you in its thrall. From the grand staircase to the ornate fireplaces, the stunning interior design complements the splendour of the original features with an air of contemporary country house luxury and has brought this magnificent building back to life with a bang.

Opening Times

Open (1 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018)

Events

Sunday, 23rd December 2018 - Sunday, 23rd December 2018

Exclusively Yours - First Time ViewingsThe Hall will be dressed to showcase what the venue could look like on your big day, and your are invited to take the full tour and share your dreams for your special day. They will show you the civil ceremony options, where you would enjoy your wedding breakfast, the bar and snooker room along...
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Sunday, 6th January 2019 - Sunday, 6th January 2019

Sunday, 6th January 2019 - Sunday, 24th February 2019

Dream Weddings at James’ PlacesThe James’ Places collection of truly unique wedding venues are hosting Wedding Showcase events throughout January and February 2019. Classic country inns to gorgeous stately homes and manor house and a simply astounding mill conversion, which one will you choose?
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Awards

  • Sub-Regional AwardsPartner of Visit Lancashire Partner of Visit Lancashire 2018
  • Sub-Regional AwardsWedding Venue Award Wedding Venue Award 2013

Directions

Road Directions

Leave the M6 at junction 31 follow the A59 for Clitheroe and then West Bradford. Using personal route finders would be useful.

Public Transport Directions

Nearest train station and nearest bus station Clitheroe.

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