Soughton Hall is a breathtaking Exclusive Use Wedding Venue based in North Wales. The hall offers an elegant, but relaxed atmosphere which makes the perfect venue for a stylish and romantic wedding day. Boutique and contemporary yet still in-keeping with it's history.
Weddings at Soughton hall are a very special occasion, designed especially for you. We have a strict policy of only hosting one wedding at a time. Unlike other venues, there are no rules, set numbers or required packages – our wedding coordinators will help you design the day of your dreams from red carpet arrival to Champagne turndown.
We can cater for wedding between 20 and 300 guests in our events spaces which include our stunning Gardens and permanent marquee space. We are also licensed for Civil Ceremonies, both outdoor and indoor or if you prefer a church wedding there are a selection of lovely local churches to choose from.
You can also enjoy the luxury of using Soughton Hall on an exclusive use basis. You and your guests can enjoy the freedom of using the whole hotel and gardens.
Soughton Hall was built as a Bishop's Palace in 1714 then renovated in the 1800's by Sir Charles Barry, known for his fabulous work on the Houses of Parliament and Highclere Castle known more famously as Downton Abbey.
Our experienced wedding planners will look after you every step of the way. We do advise booking a showround of the hall - the driveway itself will blow you away.
Reviews for Soughton Hall
Recommended by 100% of couples
Michael Owen · Married on 18/11/2017
We had attended a wedding at Soughton Hall last summer and when we decided to get married with seven weeks notice we thought it was the perfect location for our wedding on 18th November 2017.Sent on 05/12/2017
The hall is a magnificent setting for a wedding with spectacular grounds and a Hall steeped in history and elegance. The pre-event support was excellent and given the very short notice they staff were superb in their planning. Come the weekend Amy, Lauren and all of staff contributed to an occasion that we will never forget.
The morning started with a bride, six bridesmaids and an entourage of hairdressers and make-up artists all accommodated in a beautiful dressing room. Pampered throughout the morning.
The ceremony was held in an elegant state room, the post ceremony reception was in the stunning main drawing room and library; and the wedding breakfast and evening function were in the stunning marquee, decked in its finery. Everything that we wanted was delivered in style and with exacting attention to every detail – nothing was too much trouble and they really looked after our every need.
The food in our bespoke menu was amazing and loved by all the guests, even the exacting dietary requirement of some of our guests were met by the chef and his team.
The hotel rooms were luxurious, there was an elegant champagne turndown in the bridal suite and the breakfast the next morning was second to none. Everyone stayed at the hall into the Sunday afternoon to experience the hall some more and explore the grounds.
The guests all said that the service from the staff was exemplary and the hospitality shown to our guests reflected wonderfully on the hotel and on us. We would recommend this wedding venue to everyone.
Laura · Married on 08/07/2017
Afternoon Tea Wedding
Hi Kayleigh!!Sent on 14/07/2017
All feedback is positive!! We really enjoyed our day ( Just so sad it's all done now!!)
Thank You for everything!! We will call in after our honeymoon to see you xx
Gareth and Louise · Married on 07/07/2017
Amazing Wedding Day
Hello Annie,Sent on 14/07/2017
Sorry for not getting back in touch earlier we are busy honeymooning in the Lake District.
Thanks for your kind words. Like you say me and Louise are still on cloud 9, we had an amazing
day so a massive thanks to you, Daniel and everyone at Soughton hall for helping making it a truly
special day. Everything was just perfect, we couldn't have asked for anything better,
So many of our family and friend said have been saying what a fabulous wedding it was.
Jim is fine as far as we are aware, we know he was kept in hospital for a couple of days.
Jim's brother in law Mark has asked us to thank you for running him to the hospital,
he really appreciated it as we all did.
When we are home from the lakes we will call in to thank you personally for all your efforts.
Gareth and Louise