Don’t miss these 11 unique wedding venues. Take a look at their stand-out features and choose your favourite.
Your brilliant wedding day deserves an extraordinary wedding venue. To help you find a unique wedding venue for your big day, we’ve chosen 11 super special places to share with you here. You’ll love the locations, the fantastic features and all the things that make these venues absolutely amazing. So, come and take a look at these unusual wedding venues that are so perfect for your celebrations.
1. Bassmead Manor Barns
Bassmead Manor Barns definitely makes our list of unique venues. Not only does this countryside wedding venue have its own moat, it’s also home to the 300-year old Rickety Barn and antique love seat.
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2. Pentney Abbey
When you arrive at Pentney Abbey, you’ll be greeted by the amazing gatehouse which is a truly idyllic location for your ceremony. Don’t miss the beautiful rose garden or the medieval barn.
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3. Combermere Abbey
Combermere Abbey overflows with unique and unusual details. We absolutely love the fruit tree maze and the spectacular honeymoon suite not to mention the gorgeous Glasshouse, perfect for ceremonies of all sizes.
4. Gisburne Park Estate
Gisburne Park Estate is simply breath-taking. The picturesque grounds and gardens offer a spectacular and private setting for your celebrations and you can stay for an entire week if you like – just imagine!
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5. Leeds Castle
For a majestic and awe-inspiring venue, look no further than Leeds Castle. The historic castle sits in the middle of its own lake and you have a huge range of spaces for your ceremony and reception, all of which are utterly individual.
6. Thursford Garden Pavilion
If you want a day that’s full of fun, Thursford Garden Pavilion needs to be on your shortlist. This incredible venue comes with its own collection of vintage fairground rides and you can host your ceremony outside in the private wedding garden.
7. Stone Barn
Rustic and romantic, Stone Barn is the perfect wedding venue for food lovers and gourmets. Not only does it house Britain’s largest indoor barbecue, it’s also home to fire pits, open fires and a ceiling that’s covered in thousands of fairy lights.
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8. Tournerbury Woods Estate
Tournerbury Woods Estate sits right beside the sea, with its own private shoreline, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Arrive by boat, enjoy 50 acres of lush woodland and hold your ceremony outside. You’ll also love the romantic 150-year old cottage that’s hidden in the grounds, just for you.
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9. The Italian Villa
The Italian Villa oozes glamour and sophistication. Close to the coast, the village itself immediately transports you to Italy and it’s easy to see why it was recently voted the Most Popular Wedding Venue in the World. You won’t want to leave.
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10. The Green
The Green in Cornwall becomes your own private wedding village that sits in picture-perfect countryside. You have complete freedom to design your perfect day, using your choice of the barns, arbours, bars and don’t forget to take a dip in the wood-fired woodland hot tub when you visit!
11. Gosfield Hall
If you’re dreaming of making an impressive entrance into your wedding ceremony, Gosfield Hall is home to a dramatic 120ft aisle. Originally a royal residence, this historic Essex venue provides a stunning backdrop for sophisticated weddings.
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If you’d like to extend your celebrations and plan an entire weekend full of wedding excitement, take a look at these venues that are perfect for weekend weddings.