Ceremony Only

Book your ceremony and we guarantee you exclusive use of the Hall and gardens. Flowers are provided in the Long Hall, our marriage room, and guests are invited to tour the Hall whilst your photographs are taken. We can accommodate up to 46 guests, plus the bride and groom for our civil ceremonies. Photographs may be taken anywhere in the grounds and in certain rooms in the Hall if the weather is poor.

Fee: 895.00 +VAT

Reception Only

Marquees for wedding receptions are sited on the Camomile Lawn between the Church and the Hall, overlooking the lake. Or the sunken lawn in the Hall courtyard. We do not have designated suppliers for marquees, catering, etc so you may either use your own, or we will be happy to advise you from our own experience. The facility fee includes the exclusive use of the gardens, electricity for lighting and a water supply.

Fee: 1,750.00 +VAT

Ceremony Reception
Ceremony & Reception

Gawsworth is the perfect option should you require a small, intimate ceremony, followed by a larger reception in the Hall grounds. With over a decade of experience we provide a bespoke service against the backdrop of one of Cheshire's most iconic examples of black and white architecture. Few settings can match the romance of this historic Tudor manor house, once home to Mary Fitton, dark lady of Shakespeare's sonnets.

Fee: 2,350.00 +VAT

Wedding Enquiries
Wedding Enquiries

Please contact Elizabeth Richards at the Hall.
Telephone: 01260 223456
Email: gawsworthhall@btinternet.com

Please note, due to our Garden Theatre, we do not hold weddings in July and August.

Garden Ceremonies
Garden Ceremonies

Should you require a larger space than our intimate Long Hall ceremony room, we are also licensed to hold outdoor ceremonies in the beautiful grounds of Gawsworth Hall.


The Gardens
The Grounds

The sunken lawn, courtyard rose garden, rookery and ancient pleasure garden, are all available for your wedding photos. As are walks by the lake (one of a series of five, that together with the mile long tudor wall and St James the Great
church encloses the gardens).