Rookery Hall is one of Cheshire’s finest hotel wedding venues, a nineteenth century mansion house transformed into a luxury hotel with 38 acres of gardens and wooded parkland.
Photographs of Rookery Hall
All photographs by www.arj-photo.co.uk
Photographer thoughts on Rookery Hall
Adam from ARJ Photography says, “I was impressed by the grandeur of Rookery Hall (not untypical of a Cheshire wedding venue!), and the real mixture of old and new. They hold ceremonies in the older hall and then you go over for your wedding reception in the more modern wing.
“From a wedding photography perspective (which is where I come in!) it’s a great venue – loads of areas for group shots and couple shots, and lots of nice countryside backdrops for the natural reportage photography, as well as really nicely lit rooms for the ceremony and wedding reception.”
From the Rookery Hall website
Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa Cheshire is a magnificent country house set in stunning grounds and gardens making it the perfect wedding venue for your fairytale wedding.
Imagine yourselves enjoying your first moments as husband and wife in the elegant and stylish surroundings of Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa Cheshire. The service is perfectly timed and discreet whilst the food delicious. Your guests will be thoroughly enjoying themselves whilst you will feel like Lord and Lady of the manor.
Rookery Hall essential information
Location: 5 minutes outside of Nantwich, Cheshire. 15 minutes away from the M6, within easy reach of Chester and Manchester
Capacity: up to 160 guests for a wedding breakfast
Prices: from £3,900 (Exclusively You tariff, 2011)
Licensed for civil ceremonies
Rookery Hall interesting information
Rookery Hall has a fairytale tower at the Northwest corner. The Dining Room has a magnificent ceiling which features four crests, nine coronets and a frieze of winged cherubs.
There are a couple of ghosts at Rookery Hall: The Grey Lady, whose portrait hangs in the Drawing Room, is said to roam the corridors leaving a sweet smell of flowers in her wake. Another tale refers to young master Schroder who sometimes materialises in the Salon crying because he has lost his dog.
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