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Cote How Lake district Weddings
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The perfect wedding venue for smaller more intimate lake district weddings
The perfect wedding venue for smaller more intimate lake district weddings

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A tiny snippet of an outdoor barn wedding in the heart of the Lake District here at Cote How.
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A spin around the lawn at Cote How to take in the house and views with accompaniment from Methera String Quartet
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This is your chance to visit Cote How to sample first hand the style, luxury and variety of this first class quality wedding venue and sample just a little glimpse of what is on offer at this prestigious natural beauty spot.

Come and meet the suppliers (Sunday 1-4pm):
Our favourite professionals will set up stands for you to peruse at your leisure, but if you have nay queries or would like to meet them face to face they will hopefully be in attendance on their stands from 1pm - 4pm Sunday afternoon.

Guided Show Arounds
Available by appointment only at 11:30, 1:00pm, 2:30pm or 4:00pm on both days.
Your chance to have a guided tour with venue owner and personal wedding planner Caroline, and a chance to ask lots of questions.
Please note that due to high demand these are group show rounds only. Private consultations will be available after the weekend for more detailed discussions and bookings.
TO REQUEST A SHOW AROUND APPOINTMENT - Please complete your details here and we will get back to you as soon as possible

It's all about the location...
Set amongst this stunning natural beauty, in the centre of England's largest National Park, Cote How is naturally secluded by river, fell and lake. A truly romantic spot, and neighbours to the world famous William Wordsworth' home - Inspirational!. Very few venues can boast their own lake, with direct access so you can actually dip your toes in!
Cote How is steeped in history. Originally built in 1535 as a small sheep farm, this private house and grounds have evolved through the centuries into the traditional lake-land home that it is today. Sitting in 4 acres of private grounds with a 7 acre field leading directly onto the shores of Rydal Water, Cote How is an idyllic picture perfect location. Regarded as typically Lakeland, you will not find a better setting for your Lake District Wedding.

Small Intimate and Private
A family run business Cote How offers top quality premier weddings with precise attention to detail and a very high standard of service.
Caroline has been in the bridal business for 30 years and will personally ensure that your day is enjoyed without a hitch!
Being a smaller more bespoke all inclusive venue, Cote How is limited in numbers to a maximum of 60 guests.
We do of course start much smaller with weddings available from just the two of you.
So small and intimate really is our thing!

To book your place at this special event please contact Caroline directly by completing our Showcase Enquiry Form
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Welcome to Cote How Lake District Wedding Venue
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A lovely pan around the Cote How barn terrace and a little peek inside the C16th barn as the bride and groom are out at Rydal Water having their wedding photographs taken at the lake and riverside!
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A few snippets from a real wedding here at Cote How courtesy of Alex Birtwell, who is playing in the track and in the video.
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Don't forget our upcoming Wedding Showcase weekend 10th and 11th Oct 2015
there are still places for our show round guided tours.
Come and meet the suppliers and see Cote How Venue dressed in style.
Chat through your own wedding plans with Caroline and her team.
To book your place please call:015394 32765 or email info@cotehow.co.uk today
https://www.facebook.com/events/421958638008381/
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Totally agree....Rattle Gill Cafe on Instagram: “This has to STOP... a 500m walk through White Moss Woods (just outside Grasmere, Lake District NP, UK.. For those not in the know)... Yielded no less than 47... Yes, 47 bags of dog poo that had been ever so thoughtfully bagged up and left hanging in trees, stuffed in drystone walls, stuffed into tree stumps or just left on the side of the path... TAKE IT HOME WITH YOU!!!!! (Or to the nearest bin, like we now have...). Let's share this to get the message across... This is totally unacceptable.. #dog #dogowners #tgo #westmorelandgazette #lakedistrict #cleanupafteryourdog #lakes #lovethelakes #walkers #lakeswalkers #running #trailrunninghttp://ow.ly/LwWUy
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@GrowingWell It was great to get to come and see you all last Saturday. Hope the blackcurrants will be prolific this year! ;) #HappyDays #Organic
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