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7 places to get married in the Ribble Valley

PUBLISHED: 15:57 02 January 2016 | UPDATED: 19:57 05 January 2016

Eaves Hall - David Stubbs Photography

Eaves Hall - David Stubbs Photography

David Stubbs Photography

These Ribble Valley venues are perfect for your big day whatever the weather

Gibbon Bridge - Jonny Draper Wedding PhotographyGibbon Bridge - Jonny Draper Wedding Photography

Gibbon Bridge
One of the premier Lancashire wedding hotels, for the past 31 years Gibbon Bridge Hotel has offered couples an array of fabulous choices for their big day. From the opportunity of a beautiful garden wedding through to a ceremony in the elegant conservatory or the Gibbon Bridge Orangery, the hotel has played host to thousands of weddings and their team are on hand to ensure your day is perfect.
The Gibbon Bridge Hotel, Green Lane, Chipping, Preston, PR3 2TQ
Tel: 01995 61456, www.gibbon-bridge.co.uk

Stanley House
From an intimate, personal affair or a lavish, grand wedding, Stanley House can create your dream ceremony. The 17th century manor is set in an idyllic, rural Mellor, meaning that you will have a breathtaking backdrop to whatever style of celebration you choose. Contemporary yet traditional, this hotel and spa is the whole package.
Stanley House, Mellor, Lancashire, BB2 7NP
Tel: 01254 769200, www.stanleyhouse.co.uk

Amy and Richard's Mitton Hall wedding Zoie Carter-InghamAmy and Richard's Mitton Hall wedding Zoie Carter-Ingham

Mitton Hall
Described as an effortlessly beautiful and unashamedly romantic, Mitton Hall quickly became established as a go-to wedding venue in the Ribble Valley. Celebrate on a small but intimate scale in one of the oak panelled rooms or opt for a luxurious big day in the Party Room. With 18 bedrooms on site and a capacity for 400 guests in the evening, this 15th century manor house is a spectacular setting for your ceremony and celebrations.
Mitton Hall, Mitton Road, Whalley, 
Lancashire, BB7 9PQ
Tel: 01254 826 544, www.mittonhallhotel.co.uk

Eaves Hall
From civil ceremonies through to traditional weddings, Eaves Hall can cater for all styles and choice. The Georgian mansion, complete with 30 bedrooms and a luxury lodge (meaning everyone can stay over), is a popular destination for themed weddings. From movie to vintage, here you can tailor-make your special day at this enchanting Ribble Valley venue.
Eaves Hall, Eaves Hall Lane, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 3JG
Tel: 01200 425 271, www.eaveshall.co.uk

Browsholme HallBrowsholme Hall

Browsholme Hall
Built in 1507 and steeped in history, Browsholme Hall is the oldest surviving family home in Lancashire. Their 17th century Tithe Barn has been restored and converted into a special new venue for weddings and receptions, catering for up to 120 guests. No request is too big or too small, and anything from fireworks to helicopters is possible to turn your dream into a reality.
Browsholme Hall, Clitheroe Road, Cow Ark, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 3DE
Tel: 01254 826719, www.browsholme.co.uk

Eagle at Barrow
With its own grand entrance, private bar, lounge and large outdoor terrace overlooking the Ribble Valley, the Terrace Room at the Eagle and Barrow is a beautiful and modern function room. Also licensed for civil ceremonies, the team here can offer an array of wedding packages to suit individual needs.
Eagle at Barrow, Clitheroe Road, Barrow, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 9AQ
Tel: 01254 825285, www.theeagleatbarrow.co.uk

Inn at Whitewell
The Inn at Whitewell’s wedding marquee is perfectly situated looking out over the river, with its own garden allowing an amount of independence from the popular venue’s daily business. Comfortably holding 60 to 150 guests, it’s available throughout the year. For those wishing to hold a smaller party, their main dining room or Orangery is also available.
Inn at Whitewell, Near Clitheroe, 
Lancashire, BB7 3AT
Tel: 01200 448222, www.innatwhitewell.com

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