Blackwell Grange, Warwickshire
Vaulted ceilings, timber beams and Cotswolds countryside make Blackwell Grange undisputedly one of the most romantic country wedding venues in England.
Throw in the finer details, like the copper canopy for your ceremony and the Hayloft Cottage honeymoon suite, and you've found a venue to fall in love with.
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Clock Barn, Hampshire
The Clock Barn could have been lifted from the pages of a fairy-tale. And it won't only be you who falls under its enchanting spell - your guests will too from the moment they are greeted by the thatched clock tower and step into the stunning, timber-framed barn, which is perfect for a country wedding.
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The Pear Tree, Wiltshire
Imagine if you could get married at a honey stone country manor with a secluded setting that was still within easy reach of the city? With the newly launched Pear Tree in Wiltshire, you can!
Even better, there are 16 guest bedrooms, a luxury honeymoon suite and even a private vineyard to explore.
Bartholomew Barn, West Sussex
One of the most iconic romantic wedding venues is Bartholomew Barn. The traditional exterior with brick and stone detail will blow you away, and it's a theme that continues inside. Floor-to-ceiling windows look out over water and there's even a log burner inside.
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Manor Mews, Norfolk
Choosing country wedding venues doesn't mean compromising on luxury, as Norfolk's Manor Mews proves. Here, you'll find the characterful Great Barn with oodles of atmosphere for your ceremony and reception, with a whole host of converted barns, cottages and even the manor itself for wedding night accommodation.
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Upwaltham Barns, West Sussex
With olde-world weather-boarding, charming flint exteriors and luscious climbers covering the barns, Upwaltham Barns has to be one of the most romantic wedding venues. A collection of exquisitely converted barns with a boutique feel, celebrate here from start to finish before retiring to Jasmine Cottage.
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Ufton Court, Berkshire
What makes Ufton Court truly unique is its ability to cater to both rustic and regal barn ceremonies. Country-loving couples will be wowed by the warm timber ceiling of the Tithe Barn, while those looking to combine a sense of country with grandeur will be drawn to the vaulted beamed ceiling of the Archer's Hall.
Upper House, Derbyshire
Upper House looks like it has been lifted from a painting, the exterior is that pretty. Just imagine how lovely your wedding photos could be!
Filled with dramatic spaces, this is the perfect venue for a candlelit ceremony or a reception decorated with greenery garlands. This former medieval hunting lodge can be yours all weekend long.
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Bickleigh Castle, Devon
No list of romantic wedding venues would be complete without a castle, and Bickleigh Castle in Devon is a stunner. The interior rooms deliver on the royal dream, but it's the opportunity to make your vows on the riverside lawn that really ramps up the romance factor.
Dorfold Hall, Cheshire
Picture-perfect Jacobean mansion? Check. Old English, barn-style Coach House? Check. Contemporary reception under canvas in the Walled Garden's Sperry Tent? Check. Not many romantic country wedding venues can tick seemingly every venue style box, but Dorfold Hall does!
Notley Abbey, Buckinghamshire
One glance at Notley Abbey will leave you swooning, thanks to its golden stone walls and lavender-lined pathways.
A vision of chandeliers and oak beams, this venue captures the essence of country wedding venues while providing the luxuries couples look for today, including elegant bedrooms for your wedding night.
Discover even more romantic wedding venues here. We're sure you'll find the perfect setting to celebrate!