If exclusive-use wedding venues are a must-have for your wedding, then you’ve come to the right place! All of the venues we feature offer exclusive use, but we’ve handpicked 17 of our favourites to give you some inspiration…
1. Wasing Park
This Berkshire based barn is an exclusive use wedding venue that offers rustic charm by the bucketload. Wasing Park’s charming redbrick buildings include accommodation and a honeymoon suite, with a complimentary night before cottage sleeping up to seven thrown in for good measure.
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2. Guyers House
This exclusive wedding venue is just a stone’s throw from the Cotwolds. A grand country house set in glorious gardens, at Guyers House you can choose between the majestic Ballroom or elegant Garden Room for your ceremony.
3. Crondon Park
Dreaming of high vaulted ceilings, dramatic beams and a barn steeped in history? Look no further than Essex’s Crondon Park. In the warmer months, you can marry alfresco beneath the Floral Canopy and enjoy a drinks reception in the Half Acre Gardens.
Perfect for green-fingered couples, Wakehurst will certainly impress. This imposing West Sussex mansion is home to botanic gardens, managed by none other than the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew.
If a garden wedding is on your wish list, Wakehurst is surely one of the finest exclusive use wedding venues.
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Make an entrance at this exclusive use wedding venue with its dreamy sweeping driveway. Set in the Wiltshire countryside, Syrencot marries together old and new with its purpose-built Farmshed and restored Glasshouse.
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6. Morden Hall
Country meets city at Morden Hall. This Georgian manor house occupies a waterside setting and boasts manicured gardens. Yet in contrast to its country feel, Morden Hall is only a short walk away from the London underground!
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7. Delbury Hall
Fall for the romance of this exclusive wedding venue in Shropshire. Delbury Hall features lakes and fountains, spectacular chandeliers and even a historic Clock Tower, as well as luxury overnight accommodation in The Stables.
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8. The Boat House
Say ‘I do’ beside a picturesque marina at The Boat House. Set in Staffordshire, floor to ceiling windows will drench you in natural light and bring the beauty of the water indoors too.
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9. Merrydale Manor
Everything at Merrydale Manor has been designed with exclusive use weddings in mind. There’s a photo opportunity around every corner thanks to the venue’s exquisite attention to detail. Think feature wallpaper, statement mirrors and jaw-dropping chandeliers.
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10. Leeds Castle
Dreaming of getting married in an actual castle? Surrounded by a moat, make your fairy-tale wedding a reality at Leeds Castle in Kent. Choose from a number of ornate rooms or the Maiden’s Tower for more intimate celebrations.
11. River Cottage
If you’re a foodie then River Cottage should be top of your shortlist! Based in picturesque Devon countryside, River Cottage is famed for its vegetable garden, and your wedding feast will be cooked by none other than Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s finest chefs.
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12. The Ashes
Searching for a country exclusive use wedding venue in Staffordshire? Offering restored barns, a wildflower meadow, lake and – best of all – no corkage, we’re sure you’ll fall for The Ashes.
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13. Plas Dinam
Home to unbeatable views of the Welsh hills of Powys, Plas Dinam is sure to impress. In warmer months, you can exchange your vows in front of this magnificent period country house, but the rich mahogany tones inside make an equally impressive setting.
14. The Italian Villa
Near to the renowned Sandbanks area of Dorset, The Italian Villa is an iconic exclusive wedding venue. Inside, it oozes opulence and grandeur, whilst outside the venue is cloaked by Grade II listed gardens.
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15. Caledonian Club
Marry in stylish Belgravia for a glamourous London wedding. Vintage décor and roaring open fires will greet you at London’s Caledonian Club, while Belgrave Square makes a stunning backdrop to your wedding photos.
16. Hazel Gap Barn
Nestled in Nottinghamshire countryside, Hazel Gap Barn is a quirky barn conversion with impressive towering archways. Contrasting with its dramatic architecture, soft lighting adds romance to ceremonies at this exclusive use wedding venue. Think fairy lights, candles and flickering fire pits.
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17. Hensol Castle
And finally, the stunning Hensol Castle. You'll feel like royalty as you tie-the-knot at Hensol Castle in the Vale of Glamorgan. We love the turreted towers and immaculate grounds of this exclusive wedding venue.
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Feeling excited? We’re proud to offer a fabulous selection of exclusive use wedding venues. Discover your perfect venue.