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Glendower Weddings

You’ll be in safe hands when you choose the Best Western Glendower Hotel to host your wedding. Situated in a sea front location on the promenade in Lytham St Annes, we take pride in providing a unique wedding every time and we can be on hand as much or as little as you want in the build up to your big day.

We are fully licenced to hold civil weddings in our beautifully decorated Lowther Room and the Georgian suite. The Lowther Room can cater for a maximum of 40 guests and the Georgian Suite can cater for up to 160 guests in the evening.

Make your wedding day a stress free experience with your very own dedicated wedding co-ordinator, along with a toast master. On the day, arrive in style with our red carpet welcome, and enjoy our traditional cake stand and knife, elegant candelabra centre pieces. End the night in our complementary sea view room especially for the bride and groom. During your wedding day you may have exclusive use of the hotel, ensuring that you are the only bride and groom on the day.

We recognise that organising your wedding can be a stressful experience, in aim to take the strain out of some of your critical decisions we have created a two wedding packages based on 50 day guests and 100 evening guest starting at £3550.00. However if you are looking at getting married within the next couple of months, a late availability package from £2999.00 is available on selected dates.

For more information please contact the wedding co-ordinator on or call 01253 723241


Join the Glendower team 6-8pm on the last Wednesday of every month.

The beautiful Georgian Suite will be fully set up for a wedding ,helping you to envisage your dream day with us!

For more information call 01253 723241

*Note there will be no wedding open evening in November and December 2017.


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Credit to Gavin Haworth Photogr​aphy

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Credit to Si Miller Photography

Credit to Gavin Haworth Photography

Credit to Gavin Haworth Photogr​aphy