Mottram Hall Wedding Photographer


Mottram Hall Weddings

Veronica and Aaron were married at Mottram Hall during a cold winter, but the weather stayed nice and crisp for their wonderful wedding. It was the first time I had worked at Mottram Hall. It’s a very picturesque spot nestled in the heart of Cheshire. It has a huge range of grounds just begging to be used for your wedding photographs. Veronica and Aaron had their ceremony in Leek at St Mary’s church so they travelled to Mottram Hall afterwards. Here is their story …

Mottram Hall Wedding Photographer

The church before the wedding

The bridesmaids wait for the bride

The groom waiting for the bride

The groom before the wedding ceremony

The bride meets the groom

The bride smiles at the groom

The first kiss at the wedding

Mottram Hall Wedding Photography

Wedding Portraits at Mottram Hall

Wedding Portraits at Mottram Hall

Wedding Portraits at Mottram Hall

The drinks reception

Children playing with their kids at the wedding

The couple greet their guests

The couple smile at guests

The couple enter the wedding reception

The Speeches at the Wedding at Mottram Halll

The Speeches at the Wedding at Mottram Halll

The Speeches at the Wedding at Mottram Halll

The Speeches at the Wedding at Mottram Halll

The Speeches at the Wedding at Mottram Halll

The cake cutting at Mottram Hall

Mottram Hall wedding photograph of the first dance

The dance floor at Mottram Hall

The dance floor at Mottram Hall

The dance floor at Mottram Hall


Mottram Hall, an Elegant Choice for Your Dream Wedding in Cheshire

A luxurious country house hotel dating from the 18th century, Mottram Hall offers all of the amenities you and your guests need for a wonderful Wedding Venue. Enjoy creating lasting memories on the beautiful grounds, containing 270 acres of Cheshire countryside and boasting a private lake, golf course and a traditional English rose garden. The features of Mottram hall make being a Mottram Hall Wedding Photographer a joy.

Mottram Hall has won several awards as a Wedding Venue, including “Best Wedding Venue in South Manchester” in 2017. The St. Andrews Suite is a picturesque venue available for your ceremony or dinner. Booking the St. Andrews Suite will also grant you and your guests access to a private foyer, bar and terrace, where you can enjoy the scenic Cheshire views. Perfect for all types of Mottram Hall Wedding Photography.

Dreaming of an outdoor wedding? The wedding staff of Mottram Hall can make this a reality in the English rose garden or another setting of your choice.

St Andrew’s Suite – Wedding Breakfast and Ceremony

This suite is exclusive to you on your wedding day. It’s where you will tie the knot as well has boogie down on the dance floor at the end of the evening. The wedding breakfast room can hold 130 guests and increases to 180 for the evening. You’ll be able to get served until 1am on the night! So there is plenty of time to make wonderful memories.

Accommodation and Amenities at Mottram Hall

Mottram Hall has 120 guest rooms for those of your guests wishing to stay on site. There are a range of options, from twin and double rooms to superior rooms and suites, fitting a range of guest needs and desires. While staying at Mottram Hall, your guests can relax and enjoy the beautiful grounds as well as, of course, the company!

If your guests are arriving early or staying on after the ceremony for a day or two, they will have plenty of choices when it comes to dining at Mottram Hall: the Carrington Grill, Champagne Bar, and the Claret Jug are all on the property. And of course, private catering can be arranged for your wedding dinner or reception, perfectly suited to fit your needs.

The primary restaurant of Mottram Hall, the Carrington Grill has won two AA Rosettes in Culinary Excellence. Situated in the main building, Carrington Grill offers local ingredients, exquisite wines, and exceptional service and is sure to exceed expectations. It is open for breakfast and dinner daily and serves lunch Monday to Friday.

The Claret Jug is a bar and brasserie which serves local fare and delightful wines in a casual setting. Recently refurbished, the Claret Jug offers lovely views and a wraparound veranda. Mottram Hall’s Champagne Bar offers another niche to enjoy a drink, be it a champagne cocktail, a glass of wine or a local pint. The Champagne Bar opens at eight a.m. so serves as a perfect spot to conduct a brief meeting or catch up with a friend. Additionally, the bar serves a delightful Afternoon Tea from noon to four p.m. Patrons of the bar can also enjoy the spaces of the adjoining library and terrace.

In addition to dining, Mottram Hall has all the facilities that you and your guests may need in a Wedding Venue – including a gym, business center facilities, and a newly renovated Champneys Health Spa (set to open in Spring 2020). Your guests who enjoy golfing will be delighted to play a round on Mottram Hall’s 18-hole course. There’s even a surprise at hole number nine – the Halfway House, offering a drink and a bite to eat before you conquer the next nine!

Mottram Hall History

Enjoy the history of Mottram Hall – the estate itself was established over 700 years ago in 1310. The current Mottram Hall building was built in 1721 and first became a hotel in 1940. The Old Hall building is now a separate private residence – although some of the wood paneling from the old building is displayed in Mottram Hall, dating from the 12th century.

As of a 2014 sale, Mottram Hall is managed by the luxury hotel brand QHotels. Manchester United fans will appreciate that Mottram Hall has been known to be a haunt of ex-Manager Sir Alex Ferguson!


Getting to the festivities will not be difficult, no matter how your guests choose to travel. Mottram Hall is merely seven miles from the Manchester Airport and can also easily be reached by train (three miles from Wilmslow Station; six miles from Macclesfield Station). For those arriving by car, Mottram Hall is easily accessible off the A34 which is just off the M60. Ample parking is available onsite and airport pickup is another option guests can utilize.

About Cheshire

There’s plenty to see and do in the county of Cheshire in Northwest England – from the markets and food halls of Manchester, to nearby parks including Tatton Park, Dunham Massey and Lyme Park, to outlet shopping, the Chester Zoo and the Peak District National Park.

The county seat of Cheshire is the walled city of Chester which sits less than two miles from the Welsh border. Chester offers a unique visitor experience – the town was founded over 1,000 years ago and is home to the ruins of a Roman settlement. It is renowned today for preserving such complete city walls as well as its distinctive “black and white” Victorian architecture. Your guests will be thrilled if they have time to visit this English gem!


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