Best UK Wedding Venues
Here we have selected our top picks for the best wedding venues in the UK.
Hedsor House, Buckinghamshire
Hedsor House is a spectacular exclusive-use venue with beautiful views. The Royal Bridal Suite is one of the largest suites in the UK and there is even a chandelier hanging in the shower. The picturesque medieval church on the estate is a short 500m romantic walk through the woods from the main house.
St Giles House, Wimborne, Dorset
If you want a romantic setting for you wedding, consider St Giles House at any time of year. The private home set in 5,500 acres of park land that is a UK Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has many important ecological and archaeological sites, which the estate places great importance on preserving.
Skibo Castle, Dornoch, Scotland
Our first listing for Scotland, UK is an exclusive members-only castle set on the site of an ancient Viking fort. Skibo Castle also has an 18-hole golf course, fishing and horse riding on 7,500 acres of the best Highland landscape to explore.
Hedingham Castle, Essex
Ceremonies are held in a candlelit banqueting hall beneath a rare Norman arch in one of the UK’s best kept historic 900-year-old keep. It is widely considered to be the most well-preserved Norman castle in England. Guests can look down on the ceremony from the original Minstrels' Gallery.
Pinewood Studios, Buckinghamshire
Be film stars for the day with a red carpet arrival to your wedding. The bride and groom are able to select a specific film or television studio of their choice to use in addition to the original Manor House for one of the most unique wedding venues in the UK.
Highclere Castle, Newbury
Have exclusive use of the house and grounds in the castle made famous in the UK television series “Downton Abbey”. Your wedding day will be made all the more memorable with stunning photographs in the Folly, on the lawns or in the State Rooms.
Babington House, Somerset
This Georgian manor house is set within 18 acres of grounds in rural Somerset and comes complete with an 18th century chapel for your marriage service. Civil ceremonies and non-religious weddings take place in the Orangery and Library. The Cowshed Relax spa, overlooking the House’s Victorian Walled Garden, offers a full range of treatments as well as heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools, sauna and steam rooms.
Wordsworth House, Cumbria
This seventeenth century Georgian Town house and gardens, now owned by the National Trust, was the birthplace of one of the UK’s best poets William Wordsworth. The house has elegant rooms and charming walled gardens and is one of the best venues for a fairytale Lake District wedding.
The Roman Baths & Pump Room, Bath
For an amazing ambience and soft light, say your vows next to the torch-lit waters of the world-famous ancient Roman Baths and Pump Room, which date back more than 2,000 years. Sunrise and sunset wedding times are available followed by a reception or seated dinner for up to 80 people.
Assynt House, Inverness
For an inclusive use, 5 star wedding, this Georgian manor house is one of the best venues in the Highlands of Scotland. Assynt House has endless beautiful photo opportunities across the venue. With seven en-suite bedrooms included, the house is perfect for a seamless wedding day.
Comlongon Castle, Scotland
It is difficult to find a more complete and perfect example of 15th century Scotland than Comlongon Castle near Dumfries. Whether you are embracing your Scottish roots or live locally, the Castle’s staff have decades of experience in the industry to ensure your Scottish wedding is exactly how you want it.
Eynsham Hall, Oxfordshire
Eynsham Hall is a Grade II listed mansion, approached down a sweeping drive and set in the heart of a 3,000 acre estate. Eynsham Hall is one of the most perfect venues to promise ‘I do’. Set within beautiful landscape gardens, the Hall boasts an idyllic back drop for your big day and can comfortably accommodate 150 guests in the grandeur of a stately home.
Hinchingbrooke House, Cambridgeshire
Hinchingbrooke House is probably the best of Cambridgeshire venues for a wedding. Access to the house is gained via a Medieval Gateway and Apostles' Green immediately capturing some of the charm of this ancestral home of the Cromwells and the Earls of Sandwich. There are many beautiful rooms to choose from, including a reception room upstairs with a balcony overlooking the magnificent grounds.
The Balmoral, Edinburgh
If you are tying the knot in Edinburgh you would be hard pressed to find any venues providing a more regal and elegant atmosphere. Whatever size of wedding ceremony, The Balmoral has the perfect space. The beautiful suites have stunning views of Edinburgh Castle for ceremonies from 2 to 280 guests.