Wedding Fayre: Askham Hall, Cumbria: April 24th 2016

Askham Hall, near Penrith, Cumbria, is an outstanding country venue set in acres of beautiful gardens

What really impresses us about this venue is that it has all the character you'd expect from a Grade 1 listed property but without being overly ostentatious: there's a warm, friendly and welcoming atmosphere throughout the ceremony and venue space. 

Your wedding day is in very good hands.

The addition of Bank Barn for weddings is a masterstroke: a carefully considered space that's available for couples to decorate as they see fit. 

Ordinarily, the venue is only available for one wedding a week, giving the couple enough time to set up the venue to their vision. 

If you're looking for venues in the area ( you really should, it's a stunning area) then we'd recommend you stop by Askham Hall's Wedding Fayre on Sunday April 24th between 12pm and 4.

They also have a new wedding brochure available which you can find here. 

You can also visit the wedding page of the Askham Hall website.  We'll be sure to remind you, too, in the weeks and days beforehand, so make sure you're following us on Twitter and Facebook

If Askham Hall isn't in your local area, then we have lots of other fantastic venues listed in the Pink Wedding Days Directory. 

Did you make it to the open day? Have you been before and, more importantly, did you book? Drop us a comment and let us know. 

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