Sitting on the banks of the river that lends its name to the Ribble Valley, Mitton Hall is the ultimate dream wedding venue.
With incredible architecture, elegant interiors and a wedding team on hand to help with every detail, we will make sure your day is as perfect as you imagined.
180 Seated Wedding Guests
Up to 350 Evening Guests
18 Beautiful Bedrooms
Licensed for Civil Ceremonies
Mitton Hall is fully licensed for civil ceremonies. Our fabulous Party Room is bathed in natural light and offers stunning riverside views, before transforming into an incredible party space by night for your evening guests. Alongside a private bar area, the party room also opens out on to a garden terrace to take in the breathtaking scenery.
The wedding celebrations really begin with the wedding breakfast. At Mitton Hall we employ only the best and brightest chefs, using the freshest local produce and as you’d expect the wedding breakfast at Mitton Hall is simply unforgettable.
With stunning views of the Ribble Valley and River Ribble flowing gently by, coupled with striking architecture and impeccable design, Mitton Hall has no shortage of locations that are sure to inspire your photographer and create amazing, treasured images.
With 18 meticulously designed rooms, Mitton Hall is the perfect romantic getaway. From the grandeur of the four-poster bed in the King Suite to the contemporary chic of the Mitton Suite, or the rustic charm of our gamekeeper’s lodge-inspired Tudor Suite, each of our rooms are brimming with appeal.
Set within dramatic countryside and surrounded by fabulous gardens, Mitton Hall is a stunning rural setting for your wedding. The picturesque setting retains its charm and atmosphere whatever the weather and season.
REBECCA AND BEN’S
SUMMER WEDDING AT MITTON HALL
“Ben and I were that couple who just couldn’t keep away from the venue, whether it was for lunch or a night away the team always made us feel welcome and asked how the plans were coming along. All of the dream makers were great and there to help with any questions.”