James Naylor, the owner who oversaw the change of use in 2014 said: ‘Focusing on the weddings and events market represents a significant opportunity for the business and we felt that this was the right time to move forward with our plans to deliver bespoke weddings, parties and events tailored to the needs of our clients. Our venue remains a thriving and successful business at the heart of the local community with our excellent track record for managing weddings and events.’
Private hire represents a significant revenue stream for many businesses and this venue is no exception. More and more they are taking this into serious consideration when making capital investment in their facilities.
As well as providing a relaxing environment that will enhance the appeal to businesses who will use their conference facilities, Peover also has huge appeal to the general public who are in the wedding venue market. The change of use at the venue shows how versatile the aesthetics of an oak frame are.
The frame at Peover is a queen post truss with tie beam. The building is extensively glazed, providing a huge amount of light and with oak rafters throughout, the building has a natural aesthetic and feel.
One of the features of the wedding venue is the overhanging eaves and covered walkways that naturally provide shade to the glazed elevations.
The internal space is open and adaptable and lends itself perfectly for guests to enjoy the outside space as much as inside the venue.
Images courtsey of Nik Bryant Photography