Askham Hall Wedding Venue Showcase

Sunday 12th March 2017 - This event has finished

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Time: 12 noon to 4:00pm
Email: weddings(at)askhamhall.co.uk
Telephone: 01931 712350
Venue: Askham Hall
Town: Askham, Nr. Penrith
County: Cumbria
Postcode: CA10 2PF
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Askham Hall Wedding PavilionAskham Hall in Askham near Penrith is holding a Wedding Fayre on Sunday 12th March 2017. This will be an exclusive opportunity for those considering holding their wedding reception at Askham Hall to come and have a look around this marvellous venue. You'll be able to meet the staff and a selection of local wedding suppliers and view the latest bridal designs on the catwalk. Visitors can also look through menu ideas and try some canapés and drinks.

The hotel and wedding venue includes stunning Bank Barn, which can seat 150 guests, 15 en-suite bedrooms, an outdoor heated pool, spa, dining rooms and private gardens, medieval hall and outdoor pavilion. Its style is luxurious, intimate, unpretentious, up-to-date and full of charm!
 
Askham Hall & GardensThe grade II converted 'Bank Barn' is available to hire separately or together with the main hall, a grade 1 listed pele tower dating back to the late 1200s. The venue has been in the Lowther family for over 200 years. There is also the option of using the newly refurbished Medieval Hall for pre-reception drinks. Catering is all provided in house, as they grow and rear much of their own produce in the gardens and fields at Askham Hall and on the family estate - the Lowther Estate in Cumbria.

There are two stunning churches within the immediate proximity of the venue - St. Peter's Church, Askham and St. Michael's Church at Lowther. They are also licensed for civil ceremonies. So why not take this special opportunity to visit this unique venue? There is free entry and car parking.

More details: weddings(at)askhamhall.co.uk  |  Tel. 01931 712350  |  Directions   |  Flyer
 
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