Meols Hall Wedding Photography
Meols Hall is a stunning manor house sitting in one hundred acres of private parkland adjoining the picturesque village of Churchtown, Southport. Meols Hall originally dates back to the 12th century but the existing property was built in the mid 17th century when it was used as a farmhouse. Additions were made to the house in 1938, but the main renovation work was carried out in the 1960s, which included the red brick front which is what gives Meols Hall it’s distinctive look.
There aren’t many wedding venues with the charm of the Tithe Barn, a historical manor house sitting in the grounds of Meols Hall. Renovated to the highest standards, the 400-year-old barn still retains all of its original features as well as including some modern touches.
After all these years Meols Hall is still one of the most romantic of wedding venues and together with its history and charm help to create some stunning Meols Hall wedding photography.
If you are considering getting married at Meols Hall why not take a look through these two fantastic weddings I have photographed there over the past couple of years.
Meols Hall, Churchtown, Southport
The Tithebarn at Meols Hall of the finest examples of its kind in Lancashire and its intimate ambience is enchanting. Dating back over 400 years, the old barn has been carefully restored and is now a perfect balance of modern facilities and rustic old charm.
This gorgeous old building looks out over a traditional cobbled courtyard which is a perfect space for wedding receptions, blessings and civil ceremonies. The adjoining Coach House is also a beautiful and relaxing space.
Featuring its well laid out gardens and surrounded by acres of parkland, ancient woods and majestic trees, Meols Hall has so much going for it and it is a perfect Lancashire wedding venue to celebrate your special day.