LGBTQ Wedding Venue: Bartle Hall nr Preston



Bartle Hall is a superb wedding venue set in the Lancashire countryside in 16 acres of landscaped gardens.  This family-run country period mansion offers 15 bedrooms and 4 ceremony spaces for couples to choose from.

Located in Bartle, near Preston, Bartle Hall has some gorgeous outside space: the patio and BBQ area shine under twinkling fairy lights and lanterns. There's even a private garden and a pagoda. Wedding photographers will have a field day at this venue; it’s hard to imagine anyone being able to take a bad picture of this gorgeous building and surroundings.

But the beauty isn’t all on the outside because there’s plenty to see inside: roaring fires, a staircase, wooden beams and rooms with a contemporary twist.

Bartle Hall is able to welcome up to 120 guests. Couples can choose between the Windsor Suite for up to 90 guests for the wedding breakfast and 200 for the evening and the larger Balmoral Suite accommodating 120 guests for the breakfast and 260 for the evening. In the summer months, couples using the Windsor Suite are able to have a ceremony in the gardens.

Couples can have exclusive use of the venue and on certain dates it’s complimentary.  There’s even a helipad for couples who like to make a good entrance.

We'd love to know what you think of Bartle Hall - tempted to celebrate your marriage here?  You can visit the website to find out more and request a brochure. 





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