Lancashire’s most exciting town centre venue is now available for exclusive use!


The Spinning Block Hotel at Holmes Mill in the pretty Lancashire market town of Clitheroe is now fully open for exclusive use weddings.

This striking old Victorian mill has been reinvented as a chic boutique hotel and many of the original features have been preserved to create a stunning town centre venue with a completely unique wedding package.

The opening of the final phase of the hotel marks the renaissance of a landmark building in the town. The new rooms on the upper floors include two stunning suites and a spectacular top floor penthouse apartment.

This stunning conversion of the oldest building at the Holmes Mill development now offers 38 individually designed and decorated bedrooms in the centre of Clitheroe at the heart of the Ribble Valley.

The Spinning Block accommodation comprises:

  • 32 x Classic Doubles
  • 2 x Family rooms
  • 1 x superior Room
  • 2 x Suites
  • 1 x Penthouse

The completion of the hotel also heralds the launch of a spectacular new wedding package in the Spinning Block Hotel: quite possibly the most stunning venue in the Ribble Valley.

This opulent new wedding venue will be showcased to interested couples THIS SUNDAY, MAY 20, between 1pm – 4pm, so we urge recently engaged couples to put their venue choice on hold – we promise it will be worth waiting for!

The Spinning Block Wedding Package offers a genuine end-to-end solution for brides looking for an exclusive arrangement to celebrate in style without worrying about coordinating transport between the principal venue and multiple accommodation providers.

With the option to book all 38 bedrooms, the whole wedding party can stay over and relive the big day over breakfast the following morning. It’s the perfect opportunity to share a magical weekend with your extended family and nearest and dearest friends.

For more information or to reserve your exclusive preview appointment, please call our dedicated team of wedding co-ordinators on 01200 407183.

 

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