About Hoghton Tower
Hoghton Tower is a truly grand and exclusive wedding venue choice. From the moment your wedding car pulls into the mile-long driveway, both yourselves and your guests will be mesmerised by the beauty of the Hoghton Tower estate & gardens, prepare to be impressed by the magnificent Banqueting Hall, and other interior rooms. Imagine a 16th Century Manor House high on a hill, visited by King James I, William Shakespeare and Charles Dickens. Imagine joining that illustrious company by taking your first steps forward into marriage and history.
Hoghton Tower offers majestic and inspirational surroundings and is available for exclusive use to celebrate your special day.
Facilities and capacity
The Inner Courtyard offers a tranquil setting for a musical quartet and canapé reception. The grand Banqueting Hall is excellent for a wedding breakfast for up to 120 guests (You can have 40 more evening guests). By day, the room glows with natural light through 4,000 panes of glass. By night, an open fire build a truly unforgettable experience. The King’s Hall is transformed into an elegant bar and coffee is served in a comfortable Smoking Room with stunning stone fireplace and club fender surround.Hoghton Tower's walled gardens are any photographer’s dream.
We work with our trusted caterers who can provide you with sample menus and discuss your personal requirements. Right from the early planning stages, they will be on hand to give you as much or as little help, advice and support as you require.
To further support you in planning your Wedding Day we can put you in touch with some of the best florists, photographers and providers in the area, so that your special day is designed perfectly for you and your budget. This gives you the freedom to create a wedding day that best suits you and your guests.
Hoghton Tower has been de Hoghton family home since Norman Conquest times. Go back to the 16th century following the steps of William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and King James I who, at a banquet held in his honour, famously knighted a loin of beef 'Sir Loin'.
Re-created in 1565 by Thomas Hoghton, this ancient, fortified, hilltop manor house occupies a commanding position, 650ft above sea level. The Tower lies mid-way between Preston and Blackburn, with magnificent views of Lancashire, the Lake District and North Wales. Hoghton Tower is the only true baronial hall in Lancashire.
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