Your wedding day is going to be one of the most romantic days of your life — and celebrating your marriage in a truly romantic venue will enhance the atmosphere, the beauty of the photographs and the precious memories that you’ll share with your partner forever.
Dramatic, exclusive and spectacular, Ackergill Tower is the perfect venue for a magical wedding. In the heart of the Scottish Highlands, it stands at the edge of the sea. If you love tragic romantic stories, read up on Helen Gunn, the “Beauty of Braemore”. She was kidnapped by Dugald Keith on her wedding night and held in the Tower — rather than accept his advances she leapt from the battlements.
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A boutique hotel, this picturesque and peaceful venue is on the banks of the River Trent. Enjoy a dramatic red carpet welcome plus a complimentary suite and breakfast for the bride & groom. Some extra special romantic touches available for adding to a wedding celebration could include lights and garlands on the main staircase, external lanterns for your evening reception and a harpist.
Contact The Priest House Hotel for more details: http://www.thepriesthouse.co.uk/
In the heart of the countryside, with stunning views across the Welsh mountains, How Caple Court is instantly romantic; it has a medieval church with stained glass windows within the grounds, a beautifully restored Concert Barn with chandeliers and beams, and Edwardian gardens with “an intensely romantic semi-wilderness” (as well as a beautiful water garden tucked away in the surrounding woodland).
Contact How Caple Court for more details: www.howcaplecourt.co.uk
With lashings of style and elegance, this venue captures the romance of old fashioned grandeur with a contemporary twist. Set in 22 acres of landscaped gardens you can mix vintage with the thoroughly modern; have photos taken with the croquet lawn as a backdrop and an intimate feast in the Mansion House — then enjoy the indoor swimming pool and internet cafe.
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Steeped in history, this stunning venue is situated in the village of Rothley, home of the Knights Templar. It has its own 11th century chapel, manicured grounds (suitable for marquee events), babbling brook, trout filled river and a rose walk. Dating back to the Doomsday Book of 1086 this venue is ideal if you find the romance of history irresistible.
Contact Rothley Court for more details: www.oldenglishinns.co.uk/rothley
If you dream of a grand wedding in a romantic country mansion, Stoke Rochford Hall, which can accommodate up to 200 guests, may be ideal for you. Set within formal gardens and 28 acres of parkland, the elegant function rooms include the Grand Hall and Library with ornate ceilings and carved fireplaces along with an adjoining orangery leading onto spectacular terraces.
Contact Stoke Rochford Hall for more details: www.stokerochfordhall.co.uk
A grade I listed historic house in Suffolk, Otley Hall shows off unspoiled late medieval architecture. A magnificent building, it has richly carved beams, enchanting passages and wall paintings celebrating a 16th century wedding held at the hall. Reflecting a glorious, romantic past you can marry in one of three rooms including the Great Hall, overlooking the rose and croquet lawns.
Contact Otley Hall for more details: www.otleyhall.co.uk
Who says Essex weddings can’t have lashings of romance? At The Lawn, one of the county’s most sought-after wedding venues, the magnificent manor house and beautiful grounds offer an idyllic setting for your big day. Wedding parties have exclusive use of the venue, including a spacious “Bride’s Room”, and with a covered terrace you can enjoy the romance of the garden whatever the weather.
Contact The Lawn for more details: www.thelawn.co.uk
In an idyllic and romantic setting, Dunchurch Park is a Grade II listed manor house in the pretty village of Dunchurch. The 72 acres of landscaped gardens and grounds include a lake and a fountain and there are three rooms to choose from for your wedding, each with individual character and features — as well as impressive views.
Contact Dunchurch Park for more details: www.signaturegroup.co.uk
Set in the foothills of Snowdonia, the beautiful Seiont Manor is situated in 150 acres of grounds and surrounded by farmland, lakes and rivers. On a clear day you can see the peak of Snowdon, looming large as a dramatic and romantic backdrop to your wedding day, and with individually decorated junior suites enjoying breathtaking views, your wedding night will be utterly romantic too.
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