The Bedrooms

Soughton Hall has 15 individually decorated bedrooms, each designed with uncharted elegance. Contemporary in design yet full of charm and warmth, our bedrooms provide a cosy sanctuary for you and your guests on your special day. Whether you’re preparing for your wedding or unwinding after the festivities, these carefully curated spaces promise comfort and style, ensuring a memorable stay for all.

South Parlour

Once a breakfast room for the bishops who once resided at Soughton, the South Parlour has been transformed into an elegant and intimate bridal prep room. This charming space invites you to spend those cherished moments with your closest friends, whether you’re busy preparing for your big day or opting to relaxover breakfast and champagne.. The South Parlour encapsulates the rich history of Soughton, creating a stylish atmosphere for the beginning of your wedding journey.

The rest of the house

With an expansive entrance hall, elegant drawing room, well-stocked bar, and much more, your guests are invited to relish in the grandeur of Soughton Hall, treating it as your own private stately home for the duration of your special day. From mingling in the luxurious surroundings to exploring the picturesque grounds, every corner of the hall offers a sense of opulence and exclusivity, ensuring a truly memorable experience for you and your guests.

A home with history

Soughton Hall is a Grade II* listed house, built in 1720 and remodelled in 1820 by its then incumbent, William John Bankes, who was an Egyptologist and friend of Lord Byron. Having travelled across North Africa and the Middle East, he was inspired by Islamic and Moorish design he had seen and commissioned Sir Charles Barry (who would later design the Houses of Parliament) to create a “showpiece” house.