Any happy couple holding their wedding on Friday 13th in September or December 2013 will receive a complimentary champagne reception and a complimentary stay at the hotel on either their first anniversary, or their choice of a Friday 13th in 2014. | read more
Escape the city and discover of one of England’s most beautiful hideaways, Chicheley Hall, Buckinghamshire. Set within 80 acres of stunning gardens, the Hall allows guests complete rural privacy whilst still offering accessible travel links with Milton Keynes train station just a 15 minute drive away. | read more
Boutique Shropshire country house hotel, Fishmore Hall, are giving happy couples the chance to have the wedding of their dreams without the hefty price tag, thanks to their brand new 2013 wedding offers. | read more
Catering for up to 140 guests for a sit down meal, The Cranleigh Banqueting suite in Hornchurch is a popular choice for couples. | read more
If traditional elegance, seamless service and sumptuous food is important to your wedding day, Grosvenor House, Mayfair vows to deliver. | read more
Chiddingstone Castle was chosen as the winner of this prestigious award by a wide panel of judges that included Chambers of Commerce, other wedding venues and suppliers and a selection of future bridal couples. The Kent Wedding Awards are sponsored by Kent County Council and A Kentish Council. | read more
A wedding at The Bloomsbury Ballroom is a distinctive event; from the moment guests arrive outside the matchless façade of the listed building built in the 1920’s. Ushered through the doorways, guests enter the ‘Crush’ bar which creates a buzzing ambiance from the word go, and coats are checked in through the original ‘box offices’, reinforcing the atmosphere of period charm. | read more
Trinity House is one of London's most distinguished event venues. The elegant and spacious interiors of the House offer the ambience of a grand private residence and is a popular setting for memorable civil weddings. Behind the building's imposing neo-classical façade, designed by Samuel Wyatt in 1794, are five graceful banqueting rooms - The Library, The Court Room, The Pepys Room, Luncheon Room and Reading Room catering for formal banqueting ranging in capacity from 10 to 130 places. The House's particularly beautiful Reception Hall, with its sweeping, twin-curved staircase, houses remarkable maritime artefacts that bear testament to the prominent role played by Trinity House in the nation's maritime history and is an ideal location for formal wedding photography. | read more
Couples who choose the stunning location of Dartington Hall as their wedding venue are certain to be delighted by the stunning location and beautiful grounds. Photographer will be equally delighted with so many romantic settings to capture images of your special day. From the spectacular hammer-beamed Great Hall across the mediaeval courtyard to the newly refurbished Upper Gatehouse or outside in the formal gardens or extensive grounds Dartington Hall is a delight. | read more
Winter weddings can be magical. Capture the magic of Christmas and the excitement of the season to make your wedding day wonderful. | read more
Built in the 17th Century, this fine Grade II listed Manor House is set in extensive landscaped grounds and has been refurbished and restored to the highest standards to provide a sumptuous wedding venue. | read more
Famed for its legendary parties, exquisite cuisine and stylish days and nights at the beach,
Nikki Beach Marbella is perhaps less known for one of its most alluring guises, the ultimate wedding venue, transforming in a heartbeat from buzzing beach club to an idyllic venue for the most romantic and memorable white wedding at the foot of the gently lapping Mediterranean waves.
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Brides looking for a venue with the wow factor will love the newest wedding reception packages from the London Eye Barracuda, the London Eye’s vintage cruiser. This stunning boat on the River Thames will provide couples with a unique and striking venue, where they can celebrate their big day with loved ones. | read more
From castles and stately homes to windmills and wildlife parks, couples looking to celebrate their civil marriage or partnership can now choose from more than 200 unique venues across Kent.
The Kent Registration Service is the part of Kent County Council that licenses private venues so that civil ceremonies can legally take place within them. And for the first time ever, this year has seen the number of licensed venues in Kent pass the 200 mark.
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Blenheim Palace, one of Britain’s finest Palace’s, has introduced a range of new initiatives for 2012, reinforcing its status as one of Britain’s ultimate wedding venues. A new agreement with Searcys, the upscale catering and events company, and a series of stylish and exciting dining additions, including a brand new Champagne Bar, ensures the World Heritage Site Palace provides a truly opulent setting for weddings. | read more
The Holiday Inn Brentwood take genuine pleasure in hosting successful celebrations. They understand every wedding is different so there’s a choice of packages to suit every budget. Licensed for civil partnerships and with 149 rooms you really can have everything under one roof. | read more
For fairy-tale weddings with a twist celebrate at Crowne Plaza Resort Colchester - Five Lakes. Combining traditional elegance with contemporary style, sumptuous dining and attention to detail the Crowne Plaza dedicated team will meet and exceed your expectations, delivering an unforgettable day for you and your guests. | read more
This spring saw the first ever wedding ceremony to take place at the Pennsylvania Castle on the Isle of Portland. The Penn, as it’s affectionately known, has recently become available for private hire to give couples the chance to marry in a real castle. John Penn, grandson of Wiliam Penn the founder of the US state of Pennsyvalnia started construction of Pennsylvania Castle in 1797 after King George III gave him the land that it now occupies. | read more
The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) is opening its doors for weddings and civil partnerships, offering couples the opportunity to take centre stage on their special day in the dramatic surroundings of the Company’s home in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Fully licensed for marriage ceremonies and civil partnerships, couples can tie the knot while treading the boards in the impressive setting of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, which has a capacity of over 1,000 or the more intimate Swan Theatre which holds just over 400 people. | read more
An ancient Inn known for its excellent food, warm welcome and luxurious rooms has become licensed for weddings.
The 15th century Groes Inn offers couples the opportunity to marry and celebrate in one of the most charming locations in North Wales. | read more
Couples looking for a church wedding and a country house setting will surely fall in love with Braxted Park. There are few wedding venues with a church on site, yet here at Braxted Park the local parish church, All Saints, Great Braxted, is to be found within the grounds of the Estate. | read more
Basildon Park was given to the National Trust in 1978 and was used as a film setting in the 2005 feature film adaptation of Jane Austen's classic Pride and Prejudice. This striking Palladian-style mansion set in extensive parkland could be your venue when you tie the knot with your own Mr. Darcy. The sweeping driveway leading to an impressive facade creates a dramatic and stylish approach to your perfect wedding. | read more
Park Inn by Radisson Thurrock is a beautifully restored Georgian Manor House set in six acres of meticulously landscaped gardens. Full of classic charm and character, the hotel offers a choice of 3 Banqueting Suites and boasts 97 refurbished bedrooms providing the best sleep in town
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At Lords Golf and Country Club, the comfort and enjoyment of members and guests is paramount. Set in over 300 acres of beautiful Essex countryside just outside Rayleigh and benefiting from a £1.5 million investment programme during 2007 on and off the course. The club boasts unrivalled facilities.
Lords Country Club has been completely refurbished to a very high standard providing a private members restaurant and bar, three beautiful suites which provide all the facilities needed for your wedding reception, birthday party, anniversary, christening, Bar mitzvah, Christmas party etc.
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Great Hallingbury Manor, a beautiful Tudor style hotel combines a majestic exterior with a contemporary stylish interior. Situated on the Essex and Hertfordshire border, just a stone’s throw from Stansted, Great Hallingbury Manor houses 46 elegant bedrooms as well a fabulous bridal suite and a range of fully licenced function rooms. The venue provides a wonderful backdrop for weddings and photographers delight in the romantic vistas of the lake and gardens. | read more
If you have dreamed of a seaside setting for your wedding but really don’t fancy the hassle and expense of dragging all the family abroad there is a very special restaurant venue that just might be perfect for you. Hidden away between the Kent fishing ports of Whitstable and Ramsgate, Minnis Bar and Restaurant is a charming restaurant with wonderful views across the sandy Minnis Bay | read more
Brides looking for a vintage wedding theme will love the quirky and slightly madcap Walpole Bay Hotel. The historic Margate hotel was built for discerning guests in 1914, extended in 1927 and is now being lovingly restored to her former glory by the Bishop family. | read more
Historical Quex Park, designed by the architect Thomas Hardwick and completed in 1813 provides the best of both worlds with plenty of opportunity for a wonderfully quirky wedding, or a traditional country house wedding set against a backdrop of stunning grounds, beautiful architecture and furnishings. | read more
Holding your wedding reception at a prestigious London landmark could be the key to making your wedding memorable for all the right reasons. Maybe Westminster Abbey and a leafy, tree lined walk along the aisle to your prince is out of the question but there are many other tourist hot spots where you can hold the reception of your dreams. | read more