A great choice for a hotel wedding in Lancashire, Sparth House Hotel is a privately-run Grade ll listed manor house which dates back to 1740. Boasting the grand glory of Georgian architecture and sitting in its own isolated beautiful surroundings, this hotel venue offers an elegant and romantic backdrop for your upcoming wedding celebration.
Facilities and capacity
The indoors have been carefully designed with a modern traditional approach in order to enhance the Georgian traits, creating an special boutique and stylish atmosphere. This venue has a license to host civil wedding ceremonies in their Oak Room, the Regency Room, the Woodlands Suite and the Alexandra Suite.
This hotel is an amazing setting to host an unforgettable and elegant wedding to treasure forever, as they know that each wedding and civil ceremony should be one of a kind and the happy memories created on this day should be treasured forever; this is why their professional and skilled staff will be delighted to offer you as much help as you need when organising your wedding.
Sparth House Hotel is conveniently located on the edge of the Ribble Valley countryside with easy access from the Lake District and the Trough of Bowland, and is nearby the towns of Accrington, Blackburn and Burnley too.
Late Spring to September is the best time to book this venue as the Gardens come alive. They have some fantastic outdoor picture opportunities in the grounds.
I did a site visit in Winter with my clients and it was cold outside and the venue didn’t wow me on the inside. But remember it was winter. Anyway fast forward 5 months and I was blown away. I particularly liked the Ceremony Room which once decorated looked absolutely stunning. Also I recommend uplighting for the main Reception room as it really made it look perfect and was the icing on the cake in terms of making the room look even classier. We also had Dry Ice for the 1st Dance and the Bride & Groom hired my Star Lit Fibre Optic Backdrop, Table Runner and Cake Runner. The picture of it below does it no justice as it was taken on my iPhone. The outdoor areas are beautiful with plenty of opportunities for unique pictures. Disabled access was good for the lower floors and is mainly flat all around. Overall I do love this venue and would recommend it to anyone who wants a Manor House Wedding with grounds for pictures. It is exclusively yours with plenty of parking too. The money you spend on a bog standard chain hotel would be better spent on this type of venue as you will feel much more special hosting here for the day.
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