Combermere Abbey's Glasshouse has all the makings of a magical ceremony space. The glazing means the Glasshouse is bathed in natural light. It's a beautiful canvas to add your own touches to through flowers or decorations.
But what makes this Cheshire wedding venue one of the most unique wedding venues is the fruit tree maze that surrounds the Glasshouse - the only one of its kind in the world! So not only is your walk down the aisle breath-taking, so is your journey through the gardens to get there.
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Syrencot is the Wiltshire wedding venue that ticks off every element of your wishlist and then wows you on top. From the heart-shaped lawn in front of the charming Georgian House, to the Walled Garden's crinkle-crankle wall and buzzy fireside feasts served up in the Outdoor Kitchen, there are so many details to surprise you.
But these aren't the stars of the show at Syrencot. That title is won by the restored Glasshouse for your ceremony in the flower-filled gardens and the rustic-luxe Farmshed, where you're guaranteed to dance the night away...
Whether you marry inside in the light-flooded Garden Room or outside in the Victorian Summerhouse, Berkshire's Wasing Park promises you enchanting vows.
The fairy-tale continues when you move through to the aptly named Castle Barn for dinner and dancing, before retiring to Wasing Park's sumptuous hayloft Honeymoon Suite. A perk of exclusive use wedding venues, there are also luxury bedrooms and suites to treat your guests to throughout the estate.
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What makes Gaynes Park one of the most unique wedding venues is the Gather Barn, which marries the best of indoor and outdoor ceremonies in one characterful setting on the 1,000-acre estate. This open-sided barn lets the warmth and light of the sun in, while providing some protection from the weather. And when decked out in floor-to-ceiling fairy lights, it's a twinkling masterpiece.
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Lots of exclusive use wedding venues invite you to make a country house your own for the day, but Pelham House in Lewes invites you to party!
This venue's irresistible blend of restored period features and contemporary, luxe additions, which give it the feeling of a stylish private club, will wow your guests. It's the perfect place to celebrate. Think cocktail hour on the Terrace and a banquet in the Dining Room, before dancing to the door of your Honeymoon Suite.
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What makes Morden Hall one of the most unusual wedding venues is that you get a Georgian mansion with 250 acres of sweeping grounds for your wedding, and yet you're still in London. This venue is the perfect choice if you're looking for a country wedding venue within easy reach of the city.
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Rivervale Barn wouldn't look out of place in the pages of a luxury wedding magazine - it really is what dreams are made of. The barns themselves are breath-taking, with the Ceremony Barn a chapel-like vision of arched wood and garden views.
But it's The Spinney, Rivervale Barn's outdoor ceremony location, that makes it stand out among unique wedding venues. This charming wooden structure has a striking vaulted roofline. Cocooned in lights and flowers, The Spinney is as romantic as venues get.
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Majestically monochrome, Swynford Manor in Cambridgeshire is seriously chic. The house's 18th-century features will bowl your guests over as they come up the driveway. And just when they've caught their breath, they'll step over the threshold and be blown away again.
This country house wedding venue is distinctively decadent and strikingly styled in black and white. The effect is a marriage of the opulence of times past with the luxuries of today – a setting you won’t forget.
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