Press releases

Bluebells Galore at The Abbey - April 26th

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. 

Wedding Open Day at the North West's most Romantic Wedding Venue

On Sunday 19th April, Combermere Abbey, the region's most romantic, historic property will be hosting a complimentary Wedding Open Day. The event held from 11am until 4pm, will introduce prospective bridal couples to this exclusive venue.

At the event Brides and grooms-to-be will also have an insight to some exciting developments which will be available from January 2016, adding even more allure and enchantment to this unique venue. 

Sunday is the New Saturday

Saturday is the most popular day to marry but this wasn't always the case. Sunday used to be the day, as it was the only day on which many folk were not obliged to work. Couples would literally get married wearing their ‘Sunday best'. How times have changed...modern life offers so much more flexibility, as do our wardrobes!

Combermere Abbey is excited to introduce Sundays to their Exclusive wedding package, which was previously available Monday to Thursday.

2-night Winter Mini-Break from £35 per person per night

This winter enjoy five star luxury and spectacular value with our amazing two-night ‘Nano-break' deal at award-winning Combermere Abbey cottages, located in a private estate on the border of Cheshire and Shropshire. You must be quick though, booking needs to take place by 15th December!

Abbey’s Historic ‘Library’ to host Winter Weddings from 2016

Combermere Abbey is thrilled to announce that from January 2016, during the months of January and February, couples may hold their wedding ceremony in ‘The Library'; a stunningly ornate room steeped within over 800 years of history, on the first floor of the Abbey itself.