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Holmes Mill is a wedding venue in Clitheroe, Lancashire. Situated within easy reach of the A59, this 19th-century former cotton mill is now one of the most magnificent venues in the North West of England. It retains many original features; these, together with its stunningly updated interior, make Holmes Mill the perfect setting for the wedding celebration of your dreams.
Facilities and Capacity
Holmes Mill hosts civil ceremonies, wedding breakfasts, and evening receptions. The versatile Cotton Room is a delightfully sunny ceremony space. It features reclaimed cinema seating and can accommodate parties of 50 to 150 guests. After your ceremony, the staff can make the Cotton Room ready for your wedding breakfast; alternatively, you are welcome to have your meal in the Distillery, which offers a unique blend of industrial chic and Art Deco design features. Holmes Mill can accommodate up to 180 guests for an evening of drinks and dancing. The Spinning Block Hotel is the oldest part of the Holmes Mill complex. It has 39 individually designed and decorated guest bedrooms that you and your loved ones are welcome to use before, during, and after your celebration.
Holmes Mill offers bespoke wedding packages. Package features include a choice of wedding breakfast menus, all featuring high-quality, locally sourced produce. You can opt for anything from an informal roast or a three-course sit-down meal. The venue maintains links with a network of trusted suppliers; they can help you source everything from music and lighting equipment to a photo booth, cake tables, and a candy cart. Contact the Holmes Mill events team today for more information and to schedule a viewing.
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