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More and more couples are coming back to tie the knot here too.

Maybe it’s something in the air that inspires our visitors to come back and get married In Chester and Cheshire.

Its amazing array of landscapes - from the dramatic windswept Peak District to the lush meadows of the Cheshire Plain - provides some fabulous locations for love and romance.

Its glorious gardens, fabulous stately homes and irresistible spa hotels are great ingredients for romantic short breaks too, made even better by its exciting eateries – from elegant restaurants to countryside inns, and sensational shopping and sightseeing.

Cheshire is simply irresistible and just lends itself to romantic liaisons from long lingering lunches in the heart of the city to candle-lit dinners in hideaway hotels.

It’s perfect too for sunset summer strolls or autumn escapades.

Fabulous festivals and magical events all add to Cheshire’s special ambience.

All in all, nobody does it better than Cheshire.

There’s a super choice of venues where you can enjoy your special day wedding ranging from theatres and stately homes to spa hotels and football clubs.

Cheshire’s more unusual places to get married, include Chester Zoo, Chester Racecourse, Quarry Bank Mill and Peckforton Castle.

Cheshire is an area of outstanding natural beauty featuring picturesque towns and villages, hills, rolling plains, woodlands, castles and stately homes.

You can celebrate your marriage in a castle on top of the sandstone hills or in a magnificent drawing room with spectacular views across the grounds of a stately home.

You can also get hitched in luxurious boutique hotels with state of the art facilities or unique venues like Combermere Abbey near Nantwich, a former monastery with the only fruit tree maze in the world!

We're sure you'll find that Chester & Cheshire are the perfect place to say ‘I Do’.

Chester is just one of England’s Romantic Cities. For more Romantic places go to

To find out more about getting married in Cheshire, contact the following Registry Offices:

Cheshire East –

Tel: 01270 375140

Cheshire West and Chester – Tel: 0300 123 7037

Warrington – Tel: 01925 442762

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