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Askham Hall is the perfect place for a wedding,

there are plenty of options to suit your budget and requirements.

We can provide a really special setting, luxurious accommodation, exquisite food and a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Askham Hall is  ideally suited to your party taking all the accommodation in the house for a wedding party using the Bank Barn, as then you can use the reception rooms and lawns for your drinks reception. We generally only allow one or at the most two weddings per week, so that you have time to decorate Bank Barn exactly as you wish and turn it into your dream party venue. We welcome same sex and LGBT weddings.

Barn weddings in the Lake District

 

Weddings for up to 156 seated people in the barn.

 

Within the grounds of Askham Hall, our charming Grade II listed Bank Barn has been sympathetically converted into a first class wedding venue with a capacity for up to 156 guests seated and up to 200 guests for the evening.

 

With original features, bare stone walls and an open beamed oak ceiling together with contemporary lighting, an oak dance floor and large glass doors, Askham Hall really is a special and unique setting for your wedding.

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For more information or to arrange a show round contact us by:

 

Telephone: 01931 712350

 

Email: weddings@askhamhall.co.uk

 

Visit: www.askhamhall.co.uk

 

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Photography by:

Tiree Dawson Photography and Richard Perry Photography

Red on Blonde Photography

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Intimate wedding venue in the Lake District

 

Weddings for 2 – 40 seated people in the house.

 

We also offer the perfect environment for smaller weddings. Whether it is a cosy winter wedding in the house or a summer wedding in the garden, we have plenty of options to suit your requirements…

 

We imagine the perfect intimate wedding involving getting married in the old chapel or the garden pavilion followed by a wedding breakfast in one of the private dining rooms, followed by a party in the medieval hall.

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