Colshaw Hall is a magnificent Tudor style manor house, located in Over Peover, in the heart of the Cheshire countryside. Built in 1903 for the Peel family, it was designed by local architects Douglas and Marshall of Chester and has been designated by English Heritage as a Grade II listed building. In the First World War the house was used as an auxiliary hospital and during the 20th century parts of the hall were damaged by fire.
The Hall became the Irlam family home in 2002 and the family has painstakingly restored it to its former glory. This grand house features high ceilings, elegant décor and large stone mullioned windows offering magical and inspiring views of the grounds.
The Hall has three reception rooms for you to use. Upstairs, there are seven luxury and spacious, en suite bedrooms (including bridal suite) that can sleep up to 14 guests. For those taking the Hall and/or the Courtyard Cottages, we will provide a member of staff on hand at all points during your stay.
You and your wedding party can gather the morning after your wedding in the light and airy Orangery. You will be served both a Continental and fully cooked English breakfast for up to 28 people.