The Coach House
The Coach House sits in the estate of Soughton Hall, a Grade II* listed house, built in 1720 and remodelled in 1820 by Sir Charles Barry, who went on to design the Houses of Parliament. On the border of Cheshire and North Wales, this stunning converted stables is approached down a sweeping driveway and surrounded by landscaped gardens.
The Coach House was the home of the horses and carriages for the estate and has been sensitively restored to combine its original character and features with a relaxed, contemporary interior. Full of character and charm it is a unique wedding venue. It boasts character and history, with a newly refurbished style of warmth and luxury.
Your wedding at The Coach House is designed just for you. Our firm belief is that every wedding day is unique and is designed just for you. Our team of wedding planners, full of energy, fun and brilliant ideas, will help you create your perfect day, whatever that may be!
We understand that your wedding will be like no other and our wedding planners will ensure every detail is meticulously planned. However, many clients like packages to take some of the stress out of organising the day and ours offer lots of extras such as flowers and stationery. Please Click Here to view our wedding package.
How your day goes is entirely up to you. You have at your disposal all our amazing and talented staff who will do whatever it takes to deliver the most amazing day of your life. If you would like further information about holding your wedding day at The Coach House please do not hesitate to contact our team Click Here