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  • Blackburn Dunkenhalgh Hotel & Spa

    1 deal -5% Discount
    From £80
    15 to 400
    Guests
  • Stanley House Hotel & Spa

    1 deal
    From £84
    80 to 450
    Guests
  • Albert's Standish

    15 to 250
    Guests
  • Rivington Hall Barn

    60 to 180
    Guests
  • Crow Wood Hotel & Spa

    From £100
    60 to 300
    Guests
  • Chorley Golf Club

    1 deal
    From £50
    50 to 120
    Guests
  • Shaw Hill Golf Resort & Spa Hotel

    50 to 250
    Guests
  • Foxfields Country Hotel

    50 to 250
    Guests
  • Ferrari's Country House Hotel

    2 deals -10% Discount
    From £45
    20 to 250
    Guests
  • Red Hall

    From £55
    15 to 150
    Guests
  • Cloisters Bolton

    400
    Guests
  • Farington Lodge Hotel

    2 deals
    From £72
    2 to 150
    Guests
  • Sparth House

    From £65
    40 to 200
    Guests
  • Shireburn Arms

    2 deals
    From £65
    70
    Guests
  • Heskin Hall

    2 deals
    From £19
    2 to 250
    Guests
  • Brockholes Nature Reserve

    150
    Guests
  • Ashfield House

    From £1,150
    15 to 120
    Guests
  • The Bolholt Country Park Hotel

    1 deal
    From £1,995
    40 to 150
    Guests
  • Mytton Fold Hotel

    400
    Guests
  • Holmes Mill

    From £2,500
    50 to 150
    Guests

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Why Darwen Makes a Great Wedding Location

Considering getting married in Darwen? Here are some reasons why this friendly Lancashire town makes a great place to say 'I do.'

It Has Stunning Scenery

From the beautiful West Pennine Moors to the picturesque River Darwen, Darwen boasts incredible views to form the backdrop to your vows. It also has plenty of opportunities for hiking, cycling, or horse riding along its many scenic pathways.

There's Lots to See and Do

Your guests will be able to admire the view from the top of historic Darwen Tower, enjoy a show at one of the local theatres, or go shopping at Darwen Market. They can also visit the nearby Turton House, an English country house with beautiful gardens, or go for a walk in one of the town's pretty parks.

It's Full of History

Inhabited since the early Bronze Age, Darwen has a long and interesting history. Bronze Age artefacts discovered in the area can be viewed at Darwen Library Theatre. The town boasts buildings dated back to the 17th and 18th centuries, but the majority of the town was built between roughly 1850 and 1900. Visitors will admire its Victorian architecture and cobbled streets.

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