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Rustic Farm Wedding Venues: 21 Charming Places to Get Married in the UK

If you're looking for a rustic wedding venue with a difference, why not consider a farm wedding venue? We've rounded up 21 our favourite farm spots to say 'I do' in the UK

Newlyweds lounge in the sun outside the rustic Huntsmill Farm.

Are you on the hunt for a rustic farm wedding venue to provide the perfect backdrop to your special day? If so, you're in luck...

From chic converted farmhouses to historic barn wedding venues, these gorgeous farm venues have everything couples could want for their rustic wedding aesthetic and more. 

Oh yes, marrying at a rustic farm wedding venue or an industrial converted barn can lend itself to a completely unique experience for you and your guests. Between the tranquil and scenic surroundings and the forever-on-trend aesthetics, there is nothing quite like a rustic farm wedding venue to add depth and charm to your special day.

21 of the Best Rustic Farm Wedding Venues for a Charming Day

We've searched high and low to round up the best rustic farm wedding venues from every corner of the UK. Read on and discover the epitome of rural charm, packed with haystacks, tractors, and, of course, some beautiful, rustic barns. Someone pass the fairy lights!

1. Lower House Farm - Herefordshire

Kickstarting our journey discovering the best farm wedding venues in the UK is the picturesque Lower House Farm. Nestled at the foot of the Black Mountains, this 17th-century rustic farm venue is awash with rolling hillside views, orchards, and even a secret waterfall, making it every bit the idyllic country wedding location.

In the midst of it all is the beautifully restored oak-framed barn which houses long wooden tables and sheepskin-adorned benches giving that an unmistakable rustic vibe. It's a place for dining and celebration, where 120 guests can feast on hearty, award-winning cuisine made farm-to-fire style in the outside kitchen.

In the evening, all that's left to do is light the firepits, watch the wedding fireworks, and break away to the Old Great Marlborough.

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2. Old Gore Barn - Gloucestershire

Next, we drift to the countryside to discover a Gloucestershire, to the elegant Old Gore Barn. Established by Yard Space Events, this rustic farm wedding venue is a true foodie's paradise. From its outdoor kitchen pour all manners of street-food-inspired delights, including savoury doughnuts, stone-baked pizzas, and churros, which guests can relish in the comfortable long barn.

As for your special day, you will have free reign to host a civil ceremony with up to 120 guests in the cosy confines of the elevated barn. We're talking rich exposed beams, a wood-burning stove, towering brick walls, and gorgeous Crittall-style doors that peek out over the landscaped property.

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3. The Normans - York

Labelling themselves as the ‘country cool’ rustic farm wedding venue, The Normans in North Yorkshire has a fabulous mix of rustic farm features and modern state-of-the-art lighting. Inspired by the owners' stylish real wedding in 2014, every inch of this gorgeous 18th-century farm is intended to give the wow factor — just look at that first kiss photo!

You can say ‘I do’ in its fully licensed rustic ceremony barn, against a backdrop of exposed brickwork, high vaulted ceilings and cascading fairy lights. Later, you and your guests can enjoy celebratory drinks in their south-facing courtyard, or take a seat in the quirky cow stalls.

A quick browse through their gallery and you will see there is no shortage of photo opportunities. Just wait until you see the Tack Room Bar!

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4. Aldwick Estate - Bristol

The award-winning Aldwick Estate is both a rustic farm and English vineyard wedding venue, giving you a destination wedding feel in the heart of the North Somerset countryside. Overlooked by the impressive Mendip Hills, the family-owned venue boasts two romantic and versatile stone barns connected by an oak-floor reception space.

It's a setting where the wine flows as seamlessly as the guests, where scenic views spill forth from every direction, and the rustic aesthetics are giving their due in the brick-walled bar. Besides, who can say no to a 'just married' hot air balloon ride? 

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5. Manor Hill Farm - Worcestershire

One look at this elegant wedding breakfast tells you everything you need to know about the super stylish Manor Hill House. This contemporary take on the rustic farm wedding venue lends itself perfectly to bespoke celebrations, offering its landscaped gardens and four appointed reception rooms as a private blank canvas. 

With exclusive hire, you can let your creative spirit run wild and free, galloping across the lavish marquee, ceremony pavilion, and even the rustic barn. And while not technically a farm, the venue has a distinctive pastoral feel to it, not least of all thanks to the beautiful resident horse.

In any case, you'll find the perfect combination of countryside settings and modern wedding décor wrapped up in the pretty scenes of the Worcestershire countryside. 

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6. Northside Farm - Northumberland

If you've got a festival wedding or vintage theme in mind, Northside Farm may just be exactly what you are looking for. This family-run farm wedding venue has a little bit of everything, from luxury glamping pods to a rustic barn setting flush with exposed brickwork. Not to mention its charming décor and rustic elements offer the perfect backdrop for vintage tea parties and lemonade stands for the kiddos. 

The venue is offered on an exclusive-use basis, which means you don’t need to worry about onlookers and other wedding parties. As for the wedding feast, you can take your pick of picnic spreads, locally-sourced Northumbrian carving boards, or even a courtyard BBQ. It's worth it for their famous barn butties alone!

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7. Odo’s Barn - Kent

If you want a rustic farm venue that stands out from the crowd, Odo’s Barn in Kent will not disappoint. If not its charming 15th-century tithe barn, then its private medieval moat is sure to add a touch of magic to your wedding day. The views of Romney Marsh are truly spectacular, and the large south-facing terrace will no doubt be a popular place to mingle for your 120 guests. 

But don't be fooled by the traditional barnyard aesthetic; this historic wedding venue has quite a few modern twists up its sleeve. Think beautiful gold chandeliers hanging elegantly from the beamed roof or the rustic bar straight off a wedding Pinterest board – complete with hanging vintage lightbulbs. 

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8. Doxford Barns - Northumberland

At Doxford Barns in Northumberland, couples have the opportunity to exclusively hire the award-winning rustic farm for between one and three days. Situated on a 550-acre private country estate, the venue has a luxurious bridal suite and seven self-catering cottages that can sleep up to 40 - making a multi-day wedding an easy option. 

The Threshing Hall is filled with original features and festoon lighting that will instantly create a romantic setting for ceremonies of up to 160 guests. Meanwhile, the Great Barn offers a decidedly enchanting space cocooned around a spectacular oak frame. There is nothing predictable about this rustic farm wedding venue.

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9. Heaton House Farm - Cheshire

There's a little something for everyone at Heaton House Farm. Set within 165 acres of blissful English countryside, there's no end to the impressive views of rolling hills. Though you'll possibly find yourself more enamoured with the farm’s resident horses and sheep. The sheer scale of this rustic farm venue gives way to all manners of events and arrivals - including an impressive helicopter entrance. 

The wedding venue is home to two sandstone barns which are interlinked, giving you plenty of choice on how you wish to arrange your ceremony and wedding breakfast. There are four ceremony sites in total, not to mention the incredible Water Gardens, whose lily ponds and cascading waterfall will prove irresistible to your wedding photographer.

Better yet, if you choose to say ‘I do’ at Heaton House Farm you’re in safe hands – the owners work with each couple individually to make their special day as unique as possible.

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10. Owen House Wedding Barn - Cheshire

Owen House Wedding Barn found its calling as a rustic farm wedding venue in 2013 and hasn't looked back since. The sister venue to Lady Grey Farm, this picturesque barn has been expertly converted to suit a range of bespoke celebrations and can host 150 guests with ease. The farm is filled with rustic décor, including haystacks, a flower-covered pagoda, and even comes with a unique shed decked out in full salon splendour. 

No doubt Owen House goes above and beyond to ensure their couples have the happiest day of their lives. From a wine-tasting evening before the wedding to help you choose the perfect vino, to even letting you bring your pet to the pre-wedding breakfast, you’ll leave feeling like part of the family. We must give an honourable mention to their luxury Birds and The Bees Suite - you'll thank us later. 

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11. Launcells Barton - Cornwall

Located in the Cornish countryside, Launcells Barton is a remarkable rustic farm wedding venue steeped in heritage. A family home for over 70 years, it's quite the location for a deep and meaningful country wedding celebration. Perhaps most striking is its wealth of ceremony and reception sites whose architectural features exude history and bucolic charm.

Every detail has been carefully considered resulting in a pleasing mix of chic industrial wear and Georgian elegance. You can choose to wed in the 19th-century Mill Barn amid natural light that flows forth through large French doors or perhaps beneath the custom-built arbour.

Let us not forget the impressive purpose-built reception barn complete with lounge spaces and a private rustic wooden bar. As well as looking beautiful day or night, the venue features luxurious accommodations and multi-day wedding packages that will have your wedding guests begging to stay.

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12. Burley Manor - Hampshire

It may not be a farm in the traditional sense but Burley Manor sits right next door to a sanctuary that’s home to a herd of native red deer, so we had to include them in our roundup! This rustic wedding venue, which can host up to 80 guests for a seated meal, has elegant vaulted ceilings, making it airy and bright for spring and summer weddings.

In the colder months, Burley Manor’s floor-to-ceiling traditional brick chimneys and roaring log fires create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Their converted barn is simple and quirky, and serves up stunning food. Speaking of which, foodies will love the menu on offer, which is filled with deliciously seasonal British produce suffused with the flavours of the Mediterranean.

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13. Oaktree Farm - Newark

If you're more about the alpaca life, Oaktree Farm may just be exactly what you are looking for. It's not just the farm animals that are different here, every inch of this unique stretch-tent funfair wedding venue is made for quirky celebrations where inner children can run free. 

Nestled in between the Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire countryside, this is a great choice for a couple seeking a rustic festival vibe with a twist. As you might expect from a rustic farm wedding venue, you and your guests will be greeted by friendly sheep, cows, and alpacas.

Festoon lighting illuminates the field outside the tent, and your guests will love to gather around the fire pit as the night draws in on your celebrations. Where the fun comes is what you elect to do with all that open space. Stranger things have happened, not least of all a vintage fairground, limbo competitions, and a Chinese lion dance. Where will your imagination take you?

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14. Foxtail Barns - Staffordshire

Foxtail Barns is a rustic farm wedding venue that offers a little bit of everything. Set within the 70-acre estate of The Tawny Hotel, this exclusive space sits in a private wilderness of picturesque lakes, thriving woodland, and grounds teaming with wildflowers. Everything you would desire in a countryside setting, it has in abundance. 

The best part is the sheer volume of wedding choices you have here. There's the sunlit boho-inspired Orangery for the ceremony, the walled garden for drinks, the double-heighted barn for the wedding feast, and the appointed dressing room for touch-ups in between.

Let us not forget the ultra-romantic Wedding Night Lodge with all manners of luxuriousness. Now that's a rustic farm venue that keeps on giving. 

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15. Tewin Bury Farm Hotel - Hertfordshire

Surrounded by the charming Hertfordshire countryside, Tewin Bury Farm is every bit a countryside home – exactly as it is intended to be. More than a hotel, this 17th-century rustic farmhouse has been lovingly transformed into a welcoming meeting place where family and friends can come together for heartfelt occasions. 

Friendly atmosphere aside, the country farm wedding venue offers four different spaces to get married in, so you and your other half can choose the location that best captures your merry union. Intimate weddings of up to 70 can find their place in the Stable while The Tythe Barn is ideal for 150-strong engagements.

And if you are leaning into a full-scale wedding do, the Meadow Barn can seat up to 350 with room for a dance floor and band. There's even a dry hire option so you can really make yourself feel at home.

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16. Elmbridge Farm - Worcestershire

Not every rustic farm wedding venue requires a barn. If you love the idea of a boho-chic tipi weddingElmbridge Farm gives you this and a little more. Set deep in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside, this rural haven is surrounded by 50 acres of beautiful fields and forest – all of which can be enlisted at your pleasure. 

Overlooking a serene lake, the large and inviting tipi tent could make a magical place for you to celebrate saying ‘I do’ to that special someone. While the structure feels unmistakably bohemian, its interiors offer a luxury blank canvas where you can bring your personality to the fore with happy abandon. 

As for the union itself, you can choose either the woodland or lake-side ceremony site depending on the details of your rustic wedding. 

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17. Silchester Farm - Warwickshire

Who says a rustic farm wedding venue can't be dramatic? We are obsessed with the unapologetically stylish Silchester Farm and its converted 400-year-old oak-beamed Hampshire Threshing Barn. And that's just the beginning. The grounds overflow with appointed event settings.

There's the Cow Shed banqueting area that sits 140, the Old Henhouse where guests can lounge in authentic farmhouse splendour, and the appointed preparation room named the Watershed.  The venue wears its rustic farm credentials with pride, weaving the theme effortlessly throughout each space.

There's even the option of hosting an al fresco wedding breakfast in a genuine Dutch barn. The best part, the team operate with an eco-friendly wedding ethos, ensuring even the most lavish events keep the stunning natural surroundings thriving. As authentic rustic farm weddings go, it doesn't get more upscale than this. 

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18. Burlton Manor - Shropshire

Sitting on several acres of beautifully secluded countryside, Burlton Manor brings its own sophisticated twist to the rustic farm style. The property dates back to 1898, and while its elegantly-aged character remains, its recent renovation instills the farm venue with a welcome contemporary edge.

In keeping with the grounds, Burlton Manor is flush with open-plan layouts between the main rustic barn venue, carefully designed outdoor terrace, and even the secret garden wedding venue. Two signature ceremony sites provide generous space for between 150 and 300 guests, while the double-heighted main hall is every inch the blank canvas.

If you happen to be horse lovers, you'll especially love the terrace's views of the estate's show jumping arena. 

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19. Newlands Bishop Farm - West Midlands

Newlands Bishop Farm is a working farm during the week, while on the weekend it comes alive for rustic weddings.

Located just a short drive from Solihull, this versatile country venue is part of The Family Care Trust, devoted to helping adults with learning disabilities, brain injuries, and mental health conditions. In this spirit, they offer couples exclusive use of the farm and its signature triple hat tipi, with all profits invested back into the farm's running. 

Unique in every way imaginable, Newlands Bishop Farm boasts its fair share of country-inspired backdrops and décor. You can exchange your vows in a woodland ceremony before nipping into the greenhouse for a newlywed photoshoot as guests enjoy a reception drink from the tractor bucket.

And the fun need not stop at the tipi reception... There are hay bale couches to lounge on, a fire pit to cuddle up beside, and even the option of a Sunday BBQ. And all with the knowledge that your wedding is giving something back to the wider community. 

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20. Huntsmill Farm - Buckinghamshire

Whether you’re saying your vows in its picturesque courtyard or posing for pictures in the surrounding wheat fields, Huntsmill Farm is a stunning location for a rustic farm wedding. Positioned in the captivating Buckinghamshire countryside, the views from the farm encourage you to leave the world behind you and immerse yourself in charming pastoral romance. 

The Hilsdon family instils the farm wedding venue with a relaxed atmosphere, lending their beloved space as a blank canvas for you to decorate as you wish. The ceremony barn is licensed for civil ceremonies and its gorgeous bare-brick walls fit any wedding theme flawlessly.

You could also host a non-legal, alternative wedding ceremony in the gardens before kicking back at the resident bar. Of course, the newly-renovated barn is the true star of the show, its exposed beams, brick, and double-heighted walls giving you all the rustic vibes you could want. 

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21. Stone Barn - Gloucestershire

Ending our list with a triumphant bang is the spectacular Stone Barn. You know a rustic farm wedding venue is good when there are too many images to choose from, and this Cotswolds wedding venue has plenty. Open spaces meet an open kitchen, where flames serve more than a warming role. As guest cosy up to firepits, the in-house chefs cook the finest ingredients over huge barbecues and rotisseries. 

As captivating as the reception details intend to be, between the fully-licensed ceremony barn and oak gazebo, your union will still prove to be the highlight of the day. Plus, with the authentic Dutch barns, you'll have abundant natural light and rustic features, not to mention generous room for 194 to feast and dine in traditional Cotswolds farm style. 

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