1. Thornton Manor, Thornton Hough, Wirral
Thornton Manor is a listed building dating back to the mid-19th Century. As well as three rooms within the house where weddings can be held, there is also the Dell Pavilion and the Lakeside and Walled Garden Marquees, providing couples with a selection of outdoor wedding spaces. The former is set within a woodland dell. The Lakeside Marquee sits beneath the trees, overlooking the lake and countryside, while the majestic Walled Garden Marquee can cater for between 200 and 2,000 guests.
2. Meols Hall Tithe Barn, Churchtown
Close to Churchtown near Southport is 12th Century Meols Hall. Within the 100 acres of land sits the restored 400-year-old tithe barn. The surrounding parkland helps your Liverpool wedding videographer to create some stunning imagery, while the cobbled courtyard is a great place to meet, greet and mingle with your guests. Up to 120 can be accommodated for the wedding breakfast, with up to 150 for the evening reception.
3. Oaklea Barn, Lydiate
If you dream of a wedding that is not only outdoors but a little different too, then Oaklea Barn could be your ideal venue. Located roughly midway between central Liverpool and Southport, this rural wedding location offers laid-back weddings with a festival feel. This venue specialises in bespoke weddings on a sole use basis. Here you can tie the knot outdoors or in a tipi, before enjoying a delicious Greek, vegan, Caribbean or barbecue meal.
For wedding photography in Liverpool and wider Merseyside, your choice is much more straightforward. Why not contact Matthew Rycraft today?
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