The beauty and allure of historic Combermere Abbey attracts couples from near and far, seeking somewhere unique, exclusive and unquestionably romantic to tie the knot. Couples wishing to plan their wedding on a Friday or Saturday in the months of November, December and March, can enjoy a special venue hire rate.
‘Stone Lodge', our Gothic-inspired hideaway is one of so many wonderful places, yet what sets this pretty detached cottage apart from the rest lies beyond the comfort of its stylish interiors, its own secluded damson orchard and sunny south-facing terrace - in fact the unique appeal and magic of this place starts perhaps a mile away from its front door.........
Combermere Abbey invites brides and grooms-to-be to a personal viewing of a unique ceremonial room for Winter Weddings on June 28th 2015. Newly-restored and exclusively for ceremonies during the months of January and February only, ‘The Library' is a magnificently ornate and historically important room, located on the first floor of the Abbey.
Combermere Abbey Estate will host a series of Open Garden Afternoon events this summer; a rare chance to enter the gates of this privately-owned historic estate and explore its horticultural splendour. In celebration of the Bi-Centennial of The Battle of Waterloo this June, and the estate's link with the Duke of Wellington, there will also be the unique opportunity to purchase an commemorative oak sapling, cultivated from a hearty oak, originally planted by the Duke on his visit to Combermere in 1820.
On Sunday 26th April, Combermere Abbey Estate is hosting its annual two-mile Bluebell Walk
Event, a fun day out for the whole family.
Visitors will enjoy the rare opportunity to visit the beautiful location of the C12th Combermere Abbey, once again including access to The Pleasure Garden and The Garden Wood, leading down to the lake. Stroll through these beautiful grounds, delighting the senses with swathes of fragrant, blue native bluebells as you go.