CUMBRIA TOURISM AWARDS 2022, WEDDING VENUE OF THE YEAR FINALIST
A memorable wedding starts with a memorable location…
Welcome to The Coppermines Mountain Wedding Venue, a venue like no other in the English Lake District.
We believe our unique and amazing venue offers an incredible setting for any wedding – but don’t just take our word for it; The Coppermines Mountain Venue was a finalist in Cumbria Tourism’s Wedding Venue of the Year for 2022.
With magnificent views to the Coniston fells above and Coniston Water in the valley below, our unique and exclusive venue is set amongst bubbling becks, thundering waterfalls and rugged crags. What’s more, our newly restored heritage waterwheel creates an iconic silhouette against the landscape, contributing to the distinctive atmosphere of this exceptional location.
What we have here is pretty special. The venue is situated within a Site of Special Scientific Interest, is listed as a Scheduled Ancient Monument and to top it all off sits in the heart of a UNESCO World Heritage Site!
The Coppermines Mountain Wedding Venue is a family-owned wedding venue in the English Lake District and we are proud to welcome couples year upon year since 2004 to celebrate their incredible day.
From arrival, the venue is exclusively yours and you have the freedom to decide how you wish your celebration to unfold. There are no set timetables and your occasion can be as unique and individual as you are. - we can guarantee that no two weddings held at The Coppermines are ever the same.
Given the unique setting, the Coppermines Valley offers a beautiful backdrop whatever the season and provides numerous outdoor opportunities for wedding photographs.
For more information contact us on 015394 41765 or email us at email@example.com
Prices and details available on request.
|Season (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
Coniston itself is only 50 minutes from M6 jct 36, 33 miles.
Intercity trains call at Oxenholme with a local service to Windermere, 15 miles. National Express coaches call at Ambleside, 8 miles. Windermere Station is served by a 24hr taxi rank, and a local bus service does operate to Coniston village via Ambleside on some days.
The nearest railway station is Windermere, which is 15 miles away.
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