Embraced by 1,400 acres of striking countryside, The Coniston Hotel weddings are the epitome of romance. As well as boasting a sublime setting, the hotel prides itself on its tantalising menus, luxury accommodation and award winning wedding services. The hotel was named Customer Service Awards Winner by Guides for Brides.
The Coniston Hotel is one of the most beautiful wedding venues in the Yorkshire Dales, and from the moment you choose to host your special day here, you will be assigned a dedicated wedding coordinator who will assist you from start to finish. From proposing the initial ideas to making arrangements and finalising the finer details, they will ensure your day is a success so you will have total peace of mind.
Winston’s Barn is a stunning venue licensed for civil ceremonies and can accommodate up to 60 guests. If you prefer a large ceremony, Macleod’s can accommodate up to 120 guests. The Coniston Estate is simply magical and has many areas outdoors that provide the perfect backdrop for your wedding photographs. Next to Coniston Hall the original pillars of the old house overlook the lake in an idyllic setting.
The Bannister Suite holds up to 150 guests for the wedding breakfast and features a private bar and patio, which is wonderful in the summer months. For something more intimate, Winston’s Barn is filled with rustic charm and can seat up to 40 guests. Alternatively, Macleod’s Gallery is a contemporary space with characterful glass doors, chandeliers and paintings by local artists, seating up to 60 guests.
There are various packages available, but if you would like your day to be totally bespoke, the team will do everything to accommodate your requests. If you’re looking for something a little bit different that will really impress your guests, why not have one of the estate’s owls deliver the wedding rings to the altar or have white doves released from the terrace?
However you envisage your wedding day, The Coniston Hotel and Country Estate will make your dreams a reality. Listen to the radio interview with Gill Venning about weddings at the Coniston.