The Setting

Discover a setting on the border of Shropshire and Cheshire that’s steeped in history and romance. Combermere Abbey sits within acres of rolling parkland, ancient woods and walled gardens, providing a secluded and special place for you to celebrate your big day. Elegant, luxurious and enchanting, Combermere Abbey offers something truly unique for your fairy-tale wedding and can cater for every aspect of your day.

The Vibe

Exchange your vows in the stunning Glasshouse. Flooded with natural light and surrounded by a charming fruit tree maze, it’s a breathtaking place to say ‘I do’. When the sun is shining, head out into the maze itself and hold your ceremony al fresco with views of the idyllic gardens all around. For religious ceremonies, there is an abundance of local churches within easy reach of Combermere Abbey.

Following your ceremony, enjoy welcome drinks and canapés with your guests around the maze and Glasshouse, before walking through to the picturesque Pavilion lawn. An elegant setting, the Pavilion’s spacious interior boasts a well-stocked bar, versatile dining space and dance floor with glass doors opening directly on to a terrace overlooking the gardens. The neutral and luxurious décor is ideal for creating your perfect style for celebrating.

Exceptional food and service of the highest order are at the heart of every wedding at Combermere Abbey, making sure that your special day is perfectly tailored to your needs. Talented catering and bar companies offer you both choice and quality for your wedding food and drink, while the dedicated events team will ensure that everything runs seamlessly. As the sun goes down, dance the night away under the starry ceiling and chandeliers in the Pavilion while fairy lights in the trees beyond set the scene for your evening party.

Combermere Abbey offers exquisite accommodation for up to 49 guests in the converted stable cottages, where crackling fires and plush furnishings make the rooms truly inviting. Spend your first night as a married couple in the North Wing of the Abbey itself. With private entrance, butler service and views over the mere… you might never want to leave!