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.

Today, Soughton has been transformed from the seat of the Wynne-Bankes’ into a luxury wedding and event venue. 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.

The Courtyard and Terrace

With the Coach House exclusively yours, the space and its grounds become the backdrop to the day of your dreams. The Coach House will feature a gravel courtyard, dressed with ornamental trees and twinkling lights, set against the rustic backdrop of the old buildings brought to life. The building opens up to a sun drenched terrace and garden, surrounded by trees which is perfect for canapés, al fresco drinks and food.

The Stables Bar

What once housed the horses of the estate has undergone a massive transformation. The original features such as the cobbled floor, rustic stalls and roof timbers have been preserved and restored to combine the best of the old with a rich palette of contemporary lighting and furniture creating a relaxed but
refined space.

The Stables Bar can be used on its own for smaller weddings or in conjunction with the loft for larger events.

The Loft

The Loft, used originally for storing grain and hay, features the original beams, creating a beautifully high vaulted ceiling and a feeling of light and space. The warm palette of old oak beams, brick and stone are perfect for a wedding ceremony or reception (or both!) and provide a beautiful canvas for you to imprint with your own dream day.

Floor Plan

Round table layout. (106)

The Coach House at Soughton Hall

Long table layout. (86)

The Coach House at Soughton Hall