What could be better than having the most incredible wedding day and then spending the night in comfort and luxury with all your guests? These amazing wedding venues with accommodation mean that once your celebrations come to an end, you and your nearest and dearest won’t have far to go to find yourself in a relaxing room. To top it all off, you can even carry on the fun in the morning over breakfast!
Take a look at some of our favourite wedding venues with accommodation and see which one might be the one for you.
1. Wasing Park, Berkshire
If it’s not the Castle Barn or stunning gardens that you fall in love with at Wasing Park, it’s the accommodation. The Honeymoon Suite is huge and has possibly the biggest bed in Berkshire. There are a further 25 rooms and suites in the grounds, all with stylish interiors and luxurious touches. The charming Farmhouse is perfect for families or groups of friends while the converted Dovecote is a truly unique and romantic place to spend the night.
Images Courtesy of Studio Rouge
2. Gaynes Park, Essex
There is plenty of beautiful features that make Gaynes Park an incredible choice. When it comes to accommodation, The Coach House comprises ten individually-styled rooms, including a luxurious Honeymoon Suite, so you and your loved ones can enjoy the utmost comfort after your big day. The lounge is a wonderful spot to unwind with a nightcap and the dining area is ideal for breakfast in the morning.
Image Courtesy of Fiona Kelly
Image Courtesy of Justin Bailey
3. Curradine Barns, Worcestershire
A private honeymoon cottage with its own garden and a characterful Farmhouse mean you and your guests won’t have far to go after dancing the night away. Overlooking the garden, you’ll find wrought-iron bedsteads, bay windows and log burners which give an authentic country feel.
Image Courtesy of Gemma Williams Photography
Image Courtesy of Paul Willetts
4. Davenport House, Shropshire
This elegant and chic country house overlooking the Shropshire hills has every aspect of your wedding day covered. Four luxurious bedrooms are found upstairs in the house, including an opulent honeymoon suite with beautiful views over the gardens. There are a further four cottages in the grounds too that are perfect for families to make the space their own.
Images Courtesy of Andrew Gale
5. Braxted Park, Essex
After celebrating in the Pavilion and glorious grounds of Braxted Park, the comfy beds and peaceful atmosphere of the accommodation will go down a treat with you and your guests. The Honeymoon Cottage is cosy and comfortable and comes with a private garden where you can reflect on your day. 12 bedrooms in the former stables are ideal for your friends and family.
Image Courtesy of Jacob and Pauline Photography
Image Courtesy of Matt Wing Photography
6. Swynford Manor, Cambridgeshire
It’s not often that the accommodation steals the show at a wedding venue, but at Swynford Manor it’s definitely one of the biggest draws. Chic, stylish and luxurious, these 13 rooms are complete with copper baths, huge beds and a sophisticated décor for an unforgettable stay.
Images Courtesy of Ben Bull Photography
7. Sandhole Oak Barn, Cheshire
This lakeside wedding venue in Cheshire has that unbeatable country feel to it, and the accommodation at Sandhole Farm does not disappoint either. With space for up to 37 guests, an inviting and cosy style and the chance to reminisce over breakfast in the conservatory, it’s just what you need after your big day has drawn to an end.
Image Courtesy of Lee Brown
8. Combermere Abbey, Shropshire
There’s something very special about this exquisite venue nestled in the Shropshire countryside, and it’s not just the idyllic gardens. Combermere Abbey’s honeymoon suite is the entire north wing of the house, giving you an opulent and suitably grand place to unwind. With space for 49 guests in the picturesque Courtyard Cottages, lots of your friends and family will be able to stay too.
Image Courtesy of Charlotte Giddings
Image Courtesy of Combermere Abbey
9. Clock Barn, Hampshire
A brand-new addition to this breathtaking barn wedding venue is the Tufton Warren Farmhouse; a traditional country setting with contemporary touches for your guests to spend the night. After you’ve stayed in the characterful Lavender Barn, join your loved ones around a large table and share a delicious breakfast in the Farmhouse kitchen.
Images Courtesy of Lydia Stamps
10. Bassmead Manor Barns, Cambridgeshire
Just a few steps away from the Bridge Barn, Dove Cottage is a luxurious place to spend your first night together as a married couple. The French double doors look out over the moat and private patio for a peaceful location. Appletree Cottage is like a home-from-home for your guests, with a light, bright and luxurious décor that your loved ones will enjoy.
Image Courtesy of Oliver Photography
Image Courtesy of Jinjabird Photography
11. Mythe Barn, Leicestershire
Surrounding the courtyard of this tranquil barn wedding venue are seven inviting en-suite bedrooms that mean your guests can find peace and quiet just a few steps from the action. In the Hayloft, you’ll find an exquisite Honeymoon Suite with a huge bed and chic style.
Image Courtesy of HBA Photography
Image Courtesy of Ed Brown Photography
So, what do you make of those wedding venues with accommodation then? It’s pretty hard to pick a favourite, we think you’ll agree!
To see all the settings that can provide every aspect of your big day, check out these amazing All-In-One Wedding Venues.