Guests braved the snowy weather to enjoy an Open Day at Meols Hall in Churchtown in Southport

Historic Meols Hall in Churchtown in Southport looked beautiful in the snow as it hosted a Wedding Open Day on Saturday. 

Falling snow created an eye-catching wintry scene as the 12th Century landmark opened its doors to visitors. 

Brides and grooms to be and their families were not deterred by Storm Eunice as they enjoyed looking around facilities including The Tithe Barn, The Coach House and The Grounds. 

Meols Hall is Southport’s oldest manor house. Set in a hundred acres of private parkland, next to the picturesque village of Churchtown, it is one of the first settlements in the North West.

After all these years it remains one of the most romantic venues in England.

A Meols Hall spokesperson said: “Thank you to everyone who made it to our Open Day despite the weather!” 

Guests at the Wedding Open Day were able to meet Meols Hall’s expert Wedding Coordinators, who organise numerous wedding ceremonies and receptions throughout the year. 

They then enjoyed tours of the venue’s 400-year-old exclusive Tithe Barn, coach house and courtyard. 

The Tithe Barn is One of the finest examples of its kind in the North West of England. This 400 year old barn has been meticulously restored by local craftsmen and combines modern facilities with old world charm to make any event a perfect one. 

The Tithe Barn is surrounded by 100 acres of wonderful wooded parkland suitable for a wide variety of activities, including clay pigeon shooting, horse riding, archery and off-road driving and much more.

The unspoilt traditional cobbled courtyard provides ample space for large private events, exhibition displays or product launches.

It can be covered to provide more space for the most elaborate creative plans.

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