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Heaton House
Heaton House Farm
Rushton Spencer

Macclesfield
Cheshire

SK11 0RD | View map
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Heaton House is privately owned and set in 165 acres of scenic rural countryside with spectacular views across 3 counties. It is a family run wedding venue with a dedicated team who have a passion to provide a personal service from the moment you meet us through to your special day.

Our specially designed wedding barn is dressed to look and feel like a luxury marquee, with all the benefits of fully fitted kitchens, toilets and under-floor heating. It is designed to be so versatile that each wedding can be customised to your exact requirements.

We are licensed for Civil Marriages and Civil Partnerships. Our venue is exclusively yours for the whole day, so you will not have anyone other than your guests and our staff around on your special day. We are very different from most venues as we do not offer packages. We listen to your needs and work with you to create the tailor-made wedding of your dreams!

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