Upwaltham Barns is one of the prettiest barn wedding venues in the South of England. Their traditional Sussex flint long barns are perfect for a relaxed country wedding and are set in the South Downs National Park next to the historic Goodwood Estate and are just half an hour from the coast.
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.
Home to the Dukes of Richmond for over three hundred years, this spectacular and historical 12,000-acre West Sussex estate remains a magical part of England. From the magnificence of Goodwood House and classical style of The Kennels to the contemporary luxury of the Hotel.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Set against a backdrop of rolling South Northamptonshire countryside lies Crockwell. Located close to the Oxfordshire and Warwickshire borders, Crockwell’s stone farm buildings were sympathetically converted by the Harper family and comprise of a beautiful oak glazed entrance hall, vaulted ceremony barn and pretty internal marquees with panoramic views.
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