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Crewe Hall in Cheshire, part of QHotels, is transporting brides and grooms back in time this winter, to a period of Downton post-Edwardian splendour by offering themed weddings.


The ‘Downton I Dos’ wedding package includes key elements of Downton Abbey, from staff dressed as housemaids, footmen and butlers, through to the Downton banquet, incorporating key dishes from the latest QHotels wedding banquet menu.


The hotel's general manager, Mart Lowerse, said: “Every couple is different when it comes to planning a wedding and this package offers a unique day for those looking for that historical twist. We’ve seen a range of quirky requests for themed weddings come through the doors this year but this particular package complements the historic, country setting that Crewe Hall offers."


For more information visit: www.qhotels.co.uk/our-locations/crewe-hall/

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