Top Wedding Venues in Liverpool

1. Knowsley Hall

Knowsley Hall is a privately-owned estate, belonging to the family of the Earl and Countess of Derby. It is one of the foremost locations for top-drawer weddings in the north-west of England. Despite its sprawling 2,500 acres, Knowsley Hall is easily accessible from Manchester and Cheshire, as well as being just a 15 minute drive from the City of Liverpool. As a venue for a 5-star wedding, Knowsley Hall offers complete privacy, and tranquility, with plenty of room available to cater for even the largest wedding event.

For the bride who decides to book Knowsley Hall as the site for her wedding she can be assured that every detail, no matter how small, will be taken care of. Each wedding is treated as the truly unique and individual occasion that it is to you. The service is excellent, being both professional and discreet, with attention to detail being Knowsley Hall’s byword! If you are looking for an exclusive location and dream of a truly fairytale kind of wedding, then Knowsley Hall is exactly the place for your wedding day.

2. Hard Day’s Night Hotel

You could hardly think of Liverpool without giving a passing thought to the Beatles whose history is unequivocally linked with the City of Liverpool. So, it is hardly surprising to come across a hotel inspired by the Beatles’ album, ‘Hard Day’s Night’. The Hard Day’s Night Hotel is certainly a unique location in the centre of Liverpool, with plenty of potential for photograph opportunities taken on the majestically sweeping spiral staircase. This hotel is licensed for Civil Weddings, in the ‘Two of Us’ specially decorated Wedding Suite, followed by a reception in either the Zygmant Suite or the Hard Day’s Night Suite, each of which can accommodate up to 200 wedding guests.

The Executive Head Chef has selected a magical mystery menu that is quite extensive although the Chef would be more than happy to accommodate the menu choices of bride and groom. There is even a Wedding Coordinator on hand to organise your special day so that no little detail is left to chance. Leave all the details to the Wedding Coordinator who can arrange everything from the flowers to the photographers, enabling you to just enjoy the run-up to your wedding without having to worry about anything.

3. The Leasowe Castle Hotel, Moreton, Wirral

The Leasowe Castle was a fortified mansion house built in 1592, converted into a hotel in the late 19th century. Despite the many genuine features, all the rooms have the latest in modern facilities for guests’ comfort and, despite its 3-star hotel rating, as a wedding venue, Leasowe Castle Hotel is second to none. The Leasowe Castle Hotel has panoramic views across Liverpool Bay, as well as being located close to Leasowe Golf Course. It is surrounded by splendid formal gardens, with many locations within its grounds for the perfect wedding photos.

Staff at the Leasowe Castle Hotel are truly professional and, when it comes to arranging the details for your wedding, no detail is left to chance, no matter how small. The Leasowe Castle Hotel is licensed for Civil Weddings, with a choice of three rooms available: the Star Chamber with its historic connotations, the Portcullis Restaurant, and the Ballroom.

The Star Chamber is truly evocative of a bygone age, with its set of four tapestries lining the walls, and the gold stars sprinkled across its roof: their previous home was the famous Star Chamber at the Court of Westminster. This room is perfect for the smaller wedding, capable of seating up to 45 guests. The Ballroom is the largest room available, with room for 230 wedding guests and, the Portcullis Restaurant, with all the charm this image invokes, having space for up to 90 guests. Truly, a hotel for all seasons!

4. Thornton Manor

You can hire Thornton Manor for the whole day so that it is exclusively your own for a whole day, providing you with the perfect privacy for the intimate occasion of your wedding day. Thornton Manor has been licensed for Civil Weddings, with various locations available to you on the property. You can choose to hold your ceremony in one of the Garden Pavilions or, indoors in the Grand Dining Room. You can be sure there will be plenty of space to cater for even the largest of wedding parties at Thornton Manor where guests can enjoy the historic country house or the manicured and landscaped gardens.

The largest wedding parties can be catered for in a marquee erected in the grounds or, in the dining room, up to 200 guests seated or 350 if you decide on a buffet meal. For the guests who would like to spend the night there are guest bedrooms available as well as self-catering cottages dotted around the grounds. Thornton Manor is certainly a venue where you can be totally private amidst great elegance and beauty of the house and gardens.

5. Meols Hall Tithe Barn, Southport

For those of you who appreciate a truly authentic historical setting, you won’t be disappointed with Meols Hall, a mellow manor house established early in the 12th century, close to Churchtown, a very pretty village close to Southport. Meols Hall has the honour of being acknowledged as the oldest building to be found along the Lancashire coast. The Estate is set amongst 100 acres of parkland and formal gardens and provides a truly mature and mellow ambience to bestow breathtaking beauty on any wedding day ceremony.

The 400 year old Tithe Barn nestles amongst the extensive grounds, possibly one of the most exclusive locations anywhere to hold a wedding, laying claim to authenticity, history, location and privacy, as well as being one of the most unique locations anywhere to get married. The facilities are available for weddings throughout the whole year and each wedding is individually catered for, to the exclusive specifications provided by the bride and groom.

Historic Meols Hall Tithe Barn certainly is, but all its equipment and facilities are completely modern and up-to-date, including full central heating, modern lighting, and excellent kitchen amenities. Also, essential for the evening disco is a full sound system! Those less able will also find there are full disabled facilities provided at Meols Hall Tithe Barn. Outside there is a restored coach house surrounding a cobbled courtyard which, in the evening makes a perfect venue for guests to congregate.

6. Everton Football Club

For the football fans amongst you, what about a completely original location to hold your wedding ceremony and reception? Goodison Park was opened in 1892 as the first purpose-built football stadium so, apart from being the home of Everton Football Club, there is a wealth of history to be enjoyed. Despite its 19th century roots, the football stadium provides everything you could ever possibly need for your wedding to go with a swing, fully equipped with all amenities and facilities that are second-to-none.

Goodison Park is licensed to hold Civil Wedding ceremonies, with a range of 9 function suites, each one beautifully appointed, with sumptuous decor. Whether you choose a fully inclusive package of gourmet cuisine and the best wines for a sit-down, formal wedding breakfast, or choose one of the more economical wedding packages, you will find staff on hand whose friendliness is legendary and who will ensure that your wedding day will be one to be remembered for ever.