With its rich history, oak-panelled halls, courtyards, archways, magical gardens and amazing views, Hoghton Tower provides the ideal location for the dream wedding.
From intimate ceremonies to grand celebrations, the spectacular 16th-century fortified manor-house is the perfect backdrop for the big day.
Elena Faroni, Chair of the board of Trustees for the Hoghton Tower Preservation Trust said: “It is amazing to be able to welcome wedding couples and their guests back to Hoghton Tower. Over the years, the Tower has seen many celebrations and it is great to see families celebrating with their friends in this beautiful setting once again.
“Interest in weddings for 2022, 2023 and beyond is high and, after the disruption of the last 18 months, we can’t wait to welcome these couples as they begin the journey to celebrate their own special day over the coming months and years.”
Bespoke wedding options include exclusive use of Hoghton Tower, its two courtyards and three enchanting walled gardens: a truly historic setting, with a warm Lancashire welcome.
Choose from a hand-picked selection of trusted caterers who can provide sample menus and discuss individual requirements depending on budget and personal tastes.
With the emphasis on guaranteeing a fun-filled, stress-free celebration there’s the opportunity to set up any personal requirements the day before the wedding.
The wedding team will be on hand throughout; providing as much or as little advice and support as needed.
They can put you in touch with some of the best florists, photographers, and musicians in the area, so that your special day is designed perfectly for you.
Hoghton Tower is also fully licensed and even has historic accommodation available for the bride and groom in the wildly romantic Irishman’s Tower.
Steeped in history and commanding breathtaking views across the county, Hoghton Tower is approached by a nearly mile-long straight drive. The Grade I listed building, is the ancestral home of the de Hoghton family, who still live on the estate.
The Tower has been welcoming illustrious guests for more than 500 years; from kings and queens to William Shakespeare, who is reputed to have acted as a tutor to the de Hoghton children, JMW Turner and Charles Dickens, who wrote a short story based at Hoghton.