Spectacular Wedding Venues in England

In anticipation of the launch of our new wedding venue guide, we have selected a few of our favourite wedding venues in England.

Belmond Le Manoir Quat’Saisons, Oxford

Savour world-class indulgence in the Oxfordshire countryside at Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, one of the country’s most cherished manor house hotels. Boasting two Michelin stars, the cutting-edge, gastronomic menu celebrates seasonal, homegrown produce from the manor’s organic herb and vegetable gardens and abundant orchards.

East Quay, Whitstable

The East Quay Building is a licensed wedding venue in Whitstable Harbour with magnificent and direct sea views. The venue is the original oyster grading room of the Seasalter and Ham Fishery Company. It retains its original and stylish brick structure and coastal heritage and is situated on the beach itself.

Ever After, Dartmoor

Ever After is a wedding location situated amongst 46 acres of enchanted Devon woodland and landscaped gardens, on the banks of a Dartmoor river. An oak and stone barn and glass roofed terrace provide a stylish and romantic environment. Emphasis here is on quality, bespoke weddings with a focus on the natural beauty of the environment and locally sourced ingredients.

Middleton Lodge, Yorkshire

Middleton Lodge is an 18th century Georgian country retreat with exceptional design and enviable interiors. Set in its own private gardens, this magnificent mansion has four reception rooms and 16 guest bedrooms arranged around a sweeping staircase.

The Keeper & The Dell, Norfolk

This elegant and exceptionally relaxed country house is where rural simplicity meets impeccable hospitality.

River Cottage, Axminster

River Cottage is the perfect Devonshire wedding venue to celebrate your special day. Tucked amid the rolling Devon hills, the breath-taking views across the valley make for a totally unique venue. The spectacular food for which River Cottage is renowned will create memorable menus and only add to the magical ambiance of this location.

Holkham Hall, Norfolk

Holkham Hall is one of the grandest and most beautiful wedding venues in the country and offers the perfect location to get married in north Norfolk. This fine and romantic Palladian house is surrounded by a deer park with a tranquil lake, temple and woodland. Adjacent to the hall and within its own private courtyard, The Lady Elizabeth Wing is a dedicated and exclusive contemporary events venue.

Widbrook Grange, Bradford on Avon

Ideally situated just outside the beautiful and historic market town of Bradford on Avon, the impressive Georgian facade of Widbrook Grange creates a grand entrance. Nestled amidst 11 acres of beautiful grounds and romantic flowering gardens, this venue offers tranquil seclusion. Originally constructed as a Georgian model farm in the 18th century, this enchanting venue is rich in history, still bearing the original stonework and providing timeless rustic charm.

Asylum Chapel, Peckham

The Asylum Chapel should be on every couple’s radar when looking for a wedding venue that stands out from the crowd. Inside this grade II-listed building, couples and their guests will be blown away by the chapel’s time-worn interiors, which create the most atmospheric, slightly Gothic setting for a candlelit ceremony, shared with up to 120 guests.

The Lusty Glaze, Newquay
With spectacular sunsets, far-reaching views and a perfect secluded sandy cove, Lusty Glaze is the only place in Cornwall where you can actually wed on the beach. From bohemian style, bare-foot soirees to romantic candlelit dining under the stars, Lusty Glaze offers a magical setting for any wedding day.
The Gallivant, Camber Sands

Described as a restaurant with rooms, this hotel and award-winning restaurant is inspired by Californian road trips and New England style dining. Situated just behind the sand dunes of the spectacular, sweeping Camber Sands beach, the hotel offers coastal luxury from the sustainable cuisine to the indulgent accommodation.

Lains Barn
Lains Barn is a beautifully restored, listed barn in the heart of rural Oxfordshire, dating back to 1750. With its timber beams, sweeping tiled floor and large wooden doors opening onto a manicured lawn, it’s the perfect setting for a magnificent barn wedding, wedding reception or party.
Askham Hall, Cumbria

Located in a secluded part of the Lake District, the newest World Heritage Site, Askham Hall offers an intimate, luxurious place to relax and stay with an award-winning restaurant and beautiful gardens. They grow and rear much of their own produce in their gardens and fields at Askham Hall itself. Seasonal food is definitely on the menu here and the scenic gardens offer views of the River Lowther.

Meols Hall, Southport
Surrounded by acres of parkland grazed by sheep, ancient woods and majestic trees, Meols Hall is an enchanting venue with three different spaces; The Tithe Barn, The Coach House and The Grounds. The beautiful 400-year old Tithe Barn has been meticulously restored by local craftsmen and its rustic brick interior walls, high ceilings and oak beams create a magical ambience.
Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire
Belvoir Castle has been the ancestral home of the Dukes of Rutland for almost a thousand years. Crowning a hill in Leicestershire, its turrets and towers rise over the Vale of Belvoir like an illustration in a romantic fairytale. Today it remains one of the most beautiful Regency houses in England. You can marry within the castle or in the magnificent grounds. A luxury marquee overlooks the grounds’ beautiful lakes with the dramatic view of the Castle on the skyline.