1. Gorcott Hall
Torn between the charm of a country house or a rustic wedding barn? Gorcott Hall gives couples both. Say ‘I do’ in a beautiful Tudor hall before dancing the night away in the oak-framed barns.
Settled neatly in the Warwickshire and Worcestershire borders, you can even enjoy courtyard accommodation if you tie the knot here.
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2. Eastnor Castle
Castle chic. Eastnor Castle is a wedding venue that certainly makes a statement. Ready to make dreams of a fairy-tale wedding come true, this historic castle sits within 5,000 acres of idyllic grounds surrounded by the Malvern Hills.
Choose from the more intimate Gothic Drawing Room, the drama of the Great Hall or one of two outdoor ceremony locations before toasting to your marriage as the sun sets over the castle’s lake.
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3. The Mill Barns
One for the water lovers. The Mill Barns is a spectacular, brand-new waterfront wedding venue. With purpose-built barns leading you from the ‘I do’s to the party, the layout flows as well as the water surrounding it.
Set in Shropshire, Mill Barns also offers the option to supply your own drinks with no corkage – a bonus for those mindful of budget.
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4. The Ashes Barns and Country House
Juliet balcony? Check. Beautiful bridal dressing room? Check. Exclusive use? Check.
This is a West Midlands wedding venue that truly delivers. The Ashes Barns and Country House promises a magical day combining the practicalities with the luxuries, including a wedding night suite.
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5. Homme House
Head to the Herefordshire borders for a classic country wedding venue at Homme House.
Home to an impressive 190 acres of uninterrupted woodlands, gardens and parkland, this venue offers endless picturesque photograph locations. There's plenty of space to create treasured memories and for outdoor wedding fun – perfect for couples who fancy a bit of croquet on the big day!
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6. Curradine Barns
Oozing with quintessential English charm, Curradine Barns offers endless rustic romance from the moment you arrive.
Dating back to the 19th century, this West Midlands wedding venue has heaps to offer. Traditional brick barns, gardens and sumptuous farmhouse accommodation, along with a courtyard for al-fresco dining, and sweeping views of the Worcestershire countryside, mean it’s hard not to be blown away.
And for couples looking for somewhere that truly dazzles – the huge chandelier in the ceremony barn will certainly take your guests’ breath away.
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7. The Boat House
Say ‘I do’ with the Aston Marina as your backdrop. The Boat House in Staffordshire is perched beside the Marina and Trent and Mersey Canal.
With options for every season – from the contemporary indoor ceremony room with wrap-around windows showcasing the stunning vista, to a romantic pagoda in delicately landscaped gardens – The Boat House is a wedding venue that shines year-round.
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