As a shropshire wedding photographer I get to work in some of the most wonderful venues, from the lovely low key and intimate venues, that offer the very best in services for the more modest of weddings, right through to the grandest of venues that can cater for a vast number of guests, to many that are “inbetween”.
Over the years pbartworks has built a reputation of supplying imagery that has not only delighted our couples, but also some of the more beautiful venues have been our friends to, having seen how we work and the dedication to our couples, so much so, that we are now recommended by many over the county of Shropshire and beyond.
Here is a list of venues where we have either worked, or are recommended by. We will be updating this directory with links to certain galleries of images from each and everyone of those listed below.
Alternatively please contact us for direct links to any galleries that may be of interest to you.
Discover this private and exclusive place, a hidden gem on the borders of Cheshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire and North Wales just waiting for you to find it! Surround yourself in its history, enjoy its breathtaking landscape and compelling architecture and marvel at the privacy and personal attention you will enjoy. At Combermere you will be enveloped in its magic and its charm.
This country house wedding venue is an exclusive hire private house, surrounded by 18th Century Parkland and stunning gardens on the borders of North Wales, Shropshire and Cheshire. Though Iscoyd is large enough to hold 160 people for a wedding reception and can accommodate up to 30 people over night.
Sweeney Hall is a Boutique Hotel and Restaurant, set in a country house with sweeping views of the stunning Shropshire Countryside. Located just outside the market town of Oswestry in North West Shropshire, Sweeney Hall Hotel offers the perfect location for a romantic weekend away for two through to a full-blown wedding party, and anything in-between.
Lake Vyrnwy Hotel and Spa has been owned and run by the Bisiker family for over a quarter of a century. They see themselves as custodians of Lake Vyrnwy Hotel and its proud heritage. Incredibly they are only the third owners in Lake Vyrnwy’s 125 year history – isn’t it reassuring to have continuity in an ever-changing world?