Amongst the many amazing wedding venues in the Lake District there are some fabulous barn venues. Here's a selection of fantastic barn wedding venues I've had the pleasure to work at, each which has it's own unique character. I can highly recommend them all!
New House Farm - Best for panoramic views
Wedding ceremonies and receptions are held in The Hayloft of an original Lakeland barn which has been beautifully restored to the highest standards with traditional materials. The barn is bright and airy and combines rustic chic and with modern facilities. Exposed oak beams are offset by the natural stone walls. The Hayloft can cater for up to 130 people with the added benefit of having its own professional kitchen underneath the barn. The barn allows you to put your own style on your special day. Exclusive use of the venue includes two nights of accommodation in our bespoke country house set in the stunning landscape of the Lorton Valley.
Cote How - Best for small weddings
Cote How includes a stunning 16th Century barn and is set in the very heart of the Lake District National Park at Rydal. This beautiful slate barn now plays host to rustic barn weddings with stunning views of the mountains, river and lake which surround it. While the whole setting is stunning at anytime, but the barn and terrace come to life in the evenings when twinkling fairy lights enhance the natural beauty of the sun setting over Rydal Water
Three Hills Barn - Best for farm weddings
Three Hills Barn is a wedding venue at Park House Farm, Torpenhow on the North West edge of the Lake District. The beautiful 19th century threshing barn is set in a working farm surrounded by 300 acres of ring fenced farm land with access to woodlands and views of the Caldbeck Fells. The barn comfortably seats up to 150 people and benefits from toilets, a licensed bar, kitchen, parking, reception drinks lawn and gardens. The site also includes a quiet meadow with 'glamping' yurts for guests to stay in.