Set on a small working farm in the glorious Dorset countryside, Stockbridge Farm Barn is the perfect setting for your idyllic rural wedding! This...Read more fabulous venue is fully licensed for civil ceremonies and partnerships, allowing you to celebrate your whole day in one place. Facilities and...
The Best Western Plus Centurion Hotel is situated just 9 miles away from Bath, on the outskirts of Midsomer Norton. In pleasant village surroundings,...Read more the hotel offers convenience as well as character, with the A367 providing links to Bath, Shepton Mallet and Wells. Privately owned and run by the...
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Wedding Venues in Sherborne
This is going to be the most magical day of your life, so let's find you the ideal venue: one that speaks to your personality, your theme, and your budget.
Where should I get married in Dorset?
You're spoiled for choice deciding on a venue in Dorset. With over 35 different locations and counting, Hitched can help you find the ideal spot to tie the knot. In Sherborne, why not say "I do" at the Stockbridge Farm Barn? This rustic venue offers gorgeous exposed wood ceilings and an idyllic medieval barn in which to feast and dance till dawn.
Can you get married at Sherborne Castle?
Built in 1594, Sherborne Castle boasts high parapets and 42 acres of romantic lawns, part of Capability Brown's English Landscape Garden. Who wouldn't want to get married there? And delightfully, you can. With the capacity for up to 200 of your nearest and dearest, everyone can take this journey with you 400 years into the past.
Why should I get married in Sherborne?
Sherborne boasts a wide range of gorgeous locations in which to exchange vows. The 16th century Sherborne Castle is a fantastic choice, while the magnificent Sherborne Abbey boasts an even older heritage. Founded in 705 AD by St. Aldhelm, this stunning building is known for its vaulted ceilings, ideal for your romantic event. Established that same year by the Saxons, Sherborne originally went by "Scire-burne" in Old English, "clear stream". Its 1300 years of history are certainly an ideal wedding location for anyone looking to connect with historical architecture and natural beauty.