All of the wedding venues featured on our website are unique, which is what makes them so wonderful. However, if you are looking for something a little bit different, here is a selection of quirky wedding venues to spark your imagination:
Bartholomew Barn, West Sussex
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This romantic, secret garden wedding venue is hidden away down a long country lane and surrounded by woods and fields. The barn is built from rustic stone and has a woodburner at one end for cosy winter weddings. Tea lights can be placed in the slots in the walls to create a magical atmosphere.
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Step out of the barn and you’ll find yourself in a walled Mediterranean-inspired courtyard with a central formal koi pond. This is a great spot for drinks receptions on a sunny day or a hog roast/barbecue in the evening. Beyond the courtyard, a path leads you through cottage garden flowerbeds to a leafy garden with a gazebo. The venue also has a quirky changing room for the wedding couple called ‘The Potting Shed’.
Commonwealth Club, London
A private members club just minutes from Trafalgar Square, the Commonwealth Club dates back to 1868 and while it may look like a traditional building from the outside, it has a contemporary design led interior.
The Club can accommodate a variety of guest numbers including large weddings, but one of the highlights of this unusual wedding venue is a suspended dining room with glass walls that seats 14 guests – ideal for an off-the-wall intimate wedding breakfast.
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All the countries of the Commonwealth influence catering at the Commonwealth Club, so you can enjoy old favourites with exciting new dishes. The modern interior and imaginative lighting make it a great party venue.
If you have any questions about these wedding venues please contact our wedding office on 01244 571208 or email Lucy.