Broadoaks Country House Hotel

Created with Sketch.

Meg and Leona’s

Broadoaks Country House Hotel Wedding-Cumbria

After our first meeting, I knew that this was one wedding that would make me a little giddy. They chose the beautiful Broadoaks Country House situated in one of my favourite places in the world. I couldn’t wait to get started. Mist swepped & loomed during the morning preparations, burning away from the joyous rising sun. It cast a magical warm sunlight over the magestic gardens and rolling hills of Windermere. I’m still actually quite speechless about this wedding.  It was one of the best weddings I’ve had the pleasure to photograph. From the truely romantic venue, the guests, the ceremony, the heartfelt speeches and THAT sunset to round of the day. I hope to return one day. This wonderful 19th Century venue is set in natural Lakeland overlooking Windermere and once voted the most romantic hotel in Britain by The AA as well as Cumbria’s Best Wedding Venue by Cumbria Tourism. Firstly, the hotel has 7 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, and in addition, you will find stunning views across the Lake District, offering the perfect backdrop for your wedding photographs. The beatifully romantic pagoda are ideal for summer weddings, whilst in the colder months, the Country House has a cosy roaring fire and a charming music room with a grand piano. If your planning your Broadoaks Country House Hotel wedding then take a look here for more information on this charming venue. Meg & Leon’a wedding day has also been featured in Your North West Wedding magazine you can check out right here.

Planning your Cumbria wedding – Contact me  

If you’re looking for a Cumbria wedding photographer to document your wedding day, then please get in touch for a free consultation, we can video chat or I can come and visit you in the comfort of your own home. It will give you the opportunity to see more of my work and we can get to know each other before making any decisions on your Cumbria wedding photography booking.


Lets get social