Do things differently with one of these amazing unusual wedding venues!
Doing things the same as everybody else is simply no fun, so why not make your wedding really stand out by choosing one of these incredible and unusual wedding venues? Read on and see which one is your favourite, we guarantee you won’t regret it!
1. Wasing Park, Berkshire
There are so many beautiful aspects of this Berkshire wedding venue that make it unique! From the castle-like exterior to the exquisite Victorian Summerhouse for outdoor ceremonies, the light-filled Garden Room to the luxurious and sometimes unusual accommodation, your wedding will stand out for all the right reasons if you tie the knot here.
2. Bassmead Manor Barns, Cambridgeshire
Breathtaking, enchanting and one-of-a-kind, Bassmead Manor Barns combines rich history with stylish contemporary design to make one incredible wedding venue. The jewel in the crown has to be the Rickety Barn, where exposed oak beams and a real country atmosphere give your ceremony an extra dash of magic.
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3. Combermere Abbey, Cheshire
Set in the rolling Cheshire countryside, Combermere Abbey is the perfect setting for a luxurious escape to the country. Enter the Walled Garden and say ‘I do’ in the characterful Glasshouse, or, better still, exchange your vows in the middle of the world’s only fruit tree maze. How’s that for an unusual wedding venue?
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4. Lewes Castle, East Sussex
If you’re looking for a dramatic, historic location for your big day, then Lewes Castle is the place for you. Perched above the charming town and with the picturesque South Downs all around, this unique wedding venue provides a number of locations for open-air ceremonies and al fresco celebrations.
5. Sandhole Oak Barn, Cheshire
This beautiful barn venue boasts characterful oak beams and charming ceremony and reception spaces, but there is one thing that really sets it apart from the rest - the location. Perched on the bank of a private lake with fields full of lambs and ponies all around, you’ll struggle to find a more stunning place to hold your special day.
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6. Botleys Mansion, Surrey
This sublime Surrey venue combines lovingly-restored interiors, a rich history and a spectacular reception setting to create a something truly special and unique. Make your grand entrance down the staircase into the Atrium before wining, dining and dancing the night away with your loved ones.
7. Leeds Castle, Kent
When it comes to unusual wedding venues, Leeds Castle in Kent stands alone…literally. This dramatic venue is surrounded by a moat and provides all the traditional grandeur you could wish for, as well as a secluded garden for the most romantic of summer celebrations.
8. Thursford Garden Pavilion, Norfolk
If you’re looking for somewhere truly unique, then you won’t want to miss Thursford Garden Pavilion! This stylish permanent marquee can accommodate all themes and colour schemes and offers a modern setting for your day, and you’ll have an amazing time having fun in the museum full of restored fairground rides. Just think of the wedding photos!
9. The Mill Barns, Shropshire
Secluded, serene and spectacular, this new wedding venue has it all. Oh, and did we mention that it sits over its own private lake? Tie the knot in the light-filled barn or take your ceremony out to the water’s edge before raising a glass with your nearest and dearest and taking in your magnificent location.
So there you have nine of our favourite unusual wedding venues. Each one’s pretty special we think you’ll agree! To make sure your wedding is one of a kind right from the off, check out these amazing Unique Wedding Invitations That Will Really Stand Out.