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Capesthorne Hall, Macclesfield

Capesthorne Hall

SK11 9JY
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The journey through Capesthorne Hall begins in an Entrance Hall of historical paintings, marble sculptures, English, French and Dutch antique furniture and 16th century stained glass windows.

The Sculpture Gallery stands between the Saloon, with its family portraits, bronzes and ebony furniture, and the Queen Anne Room which features a monumental fireplace and heraldic mantelpiece surrounded by paintings, marbles and fine porcelain.

From here an impressive staircase leads to first floor exhibition rooms which give further insights into Capesthorne's history - the Royal Bedroom, Bow Room, Child's Room, American Room, Dorothy Davenport Room and Box Room.

Guests can enjoy the treasures of Capesthorne at their own pace or through personal guided tours.

Facilities can also be hired for corporate occasions, receptions and dinners, business meetings and family celebrations, including wedding parties and civil wedding ceremonies.

Capesthorne Hall, Macclesfield

Historic house, gardens, tea room, car park, private group tours and school tours available.

Weddings and Conferences

The elegant interior and photogenic gardens make Capesthorne an ideal venue for wedding receptions, civil marriages and other celebrations. Choose exclusive use of the hall or new pavilion with access to the grounds. A choice of caterers is available.

A combination and variety of both weekend or weekday options are available and can include a silver service Wedding Breakfast for up to 80 guests in the Queen Anne Room, followed by an evening celebration for up to 150 guests in the lakeside rooms. Or a Champagne reception in the Saloon and Queen Anne Room, for larger numbers, followed by dinner in the brand new state of the art Capesthorne Pavilion for up to 450 people .

Civil wedding ceremonies can be held in the Drawing Room for up to 100 guests, in the pavilion for larger numbers or in the unique family theatre for up to 150 guests.

Capesthorne has a unique attraction for companies who need the seclusion of a country location off-site, away from the pressures of the office. Ideally situated for large departmental or productive board meetings, which can utilise the unique 19th century theatre, seating 150 or perhaps the grandeur of the Queen Anne Room. For less informal and smaller meetings, the Bromley or Garden Rooms overlooking the gardens and lakes are also available. Exclusive use of the hall or pavilion, and access to the grounds, is given to all clients and guests, and a full range of catering facilities is also available.

Opening Times
Capesthorne Hall is open to the public on Sunday, Mondays and Bank Holidays, from April to October inclusively. The gardens and chapel are open from 12 noon to 5 pm. The hall is open at 1.30 pm until 4 pm with last admission at 3.30 pm. Please telephone for more information or visit the web site.

In case of alteration, please check prices, opening times and any specific important information before booking or visiting

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