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Wedding Reception Venue

Park House Barn

Park House Barn

Details

• Original Handcrafted Wooden Beams
• 16th Century Elizabethan Barn
• Seating capacity of up to 200 people
• Tipi and Marquee Venue
• Licenced for Wedding Ceremonies
• Fully stocked licenced bar
• Event Coordinator available
• Completely bespoke wedding venue

Park House Barn is set on a fully working farm, secluded in the beautiful Cumbrian countryside in the South Lakes. It is easily accessible from Junction 35 & 36 with lots of local accommodation around. The barn is a 16th century half-cruck barn with original handcrafted beams and ceiling, creating an intimate and rustic setting for your special day.

As you come down the driveway you are overwhelmed with views of the Kent Estuary, surrounding hills and idyllic country lanes that create the perfect back drop for your wedding photos. You will have exclusive use of the barn and the grounds from the day before your wedding day to ensure you have ample time to relax and do things at your own pace.

We are available for private viewings and also host our own wedding fairs throughout the year so please do not hesitate to come and look around.

Facilities

  • Accepts groupsAccepts groups

Address

Park House Farm,
Herversham,
Milnthorpe,
Cumbria,
LA7 7EB

Directions

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Map reference: SD 498825  Lat: 54.23642 Long: -2.77018

We can be found on the A6 between Milnthorpe and the Heversham turn off.

From Milnthorpe come over the hill and round the S bend and we are the first turning on your left after the long wall under the lamp post. From Kendal head along the A6 past the Heversham Hotel, go up the slight hill and round the right hand bend and we are the last turning on the right under the lampost signposted Park House Farm.

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