At Towneley Hall, we believe your wedding should be as individual as you are, and here at the magnificent Hall we can create your perfect day, set in one of the most beautiful, historic, romantic settings in the North West.
Beautiful in all seasons… approach the majestic Hall through the tree lined avenues, welcome your guests in the Great Hall, a magnificent ‘grand’ hall which could be straight out of a scene from ‘Pride and Prejudice’, and take your vows amongst historic paintings, chandeliers, and sculptures .
Towneley Hall is situated within a 284 acre park and for over six centuries it was the home of the Towneley family, who lived there from the 13th century to 1902. The present house dates from the 14th and 16th century but owes much of its present-day appearance to the architect, Jeffry Wyatt (early 1800’s).
To help make that perfect day become a reality Towneley can compose a Wedding Package that brings together all of the most important aspects of planning the ceremony and the reception and allows you to easily see how much that perfect day is likely to cost.
A choice of historic and beautiful settings including the Red Regency Room, the Green Regency Room, the Chapel, the Great Hall or a Glittering Marquee in the grounds.
Red Regency Room
The Red Regency room is licensed for civil ceremonies and will seat up to a maximum of 100, theatre style setting with aisle.
The room can also be used if you are getting married in church or at a registration office for afternoon receptions/meal but would only seat 80, round tables and a top table.
Green Regency Room
The adjoining Green regency room can also been used for post wedding drinks and can be set for afternoon receptions/meals, however, this room will only seat 70 with round tables and a top table.
The Great Hall
The Great Hall is used as a receptions/drinks area and bar. All bar and wine services are provided and managed by Towneley Hall. Corkage charges will apply if you wish to provide your own wines, please discuss this with Mr Ken Darwen on 01282 477130
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