Lilleshall House and Gardens, TF10 9AT
01952 603 003 | www.lilleshallhouse.co.uk
Lilleshall House and Gardens is nestled in secluded surroundings in the Shropshire countryside. Built in 1831, the property is the former home and hunting lodge of the Duke of Sutherland and overlooks the Grade II listed Capability Brown inspired gardens. The venue is a grand stately heritage site with historical features from oak- panelled walls in the reception area to original fireplaces and decorative ceilings in the 29 newly refurbished bedrooms.
Couples will approach from the north via the Golden Gates which are exact replicas of those adorning Buckingham Palace. The 70-foot high obelisk visible from Chapters and standing on Lilleshall Hill was built in 1833 in memory of the 1st Duke of Sutherland.
Celebrate in style
Couples get married in the traditional oak-panelled Duke of Sutherland Room. Formerly the dining room of the Duke and Duchess of Sutherland, it boasts a feature fireplace and bay windows overlooking the beautiful gardens with room for 60 loved ones.
Receptions are held in Chapters, the Duke of Sutherland’s former library, which features oak-panelled walls and a feature fireplace. From here, guests will enjoy extensive views over the Italian and Dial Gardens and have access to the garden terrace.
Following the celebrations, lovebirds will take a short walk up the grand staircase where they will have a choice of two bridal suites.
The happy couple will receive a complimentary bridal suite on the night of the wedding.