We chose 8 of our favourite wedding venues.
Now before we start, this is in no way a definitive list we have been to this year and they are in no particular order The UK has 1000’s of beautiful and fulfilling venues that will be apt for your big day. From mansions to castles, Barns to Racecourses, Stately Homes to City Halls, there really is something tailored for everyone. This year we have travelled North and South East and West taking our amazingly delicious rolled ice cream to beautiful wedding venues that are out of this world. Some have been a real journey to get to, down windy roads and through busy streets, it’s been a real road trip. Here are just some of our favourite wedding venues in no particular order.
Just off the M4 and with close proximity to London, Swindon, Reading and it’s nearby train station Newbury racecourse is a fantastic venue for your wedding, a very picturesque and relaxed setting. They have various suites on offer and also licensed for civil weddings. It has 36 modern rooms to rent too.
Heythrop Park Resort
Heythrop Park resort offers a magical wedding experience, set in a beautiful mansion in The Cotswolds. With a great backdrop, marquees can ve set in the lavish gardens and can cater for up to 800 guests. Very popular with Asian and Indian weddings, Heythrop Park resort guarantees a beautiful unique day for the couple and guests.
Cardiff City Hall
Cardiff city hall is such a majestic venue, being in the heart of Cardiff city and surrounded by beautiful buildings. It’s spacious and versatile rooms can cater for up to 600 guests.
Temple Guiting Manor and Barns
This exclusive-use manor wedding is perfect for a traditional Cotswold Wedding. Its full use consists of The Manor which has dining and drinking facilities also the barn area with fully exclusive letting hire consisting of rooms to rent. The beautiful couple was married on-site in the garden on a hot summer’s day. They were treated to a BBQ lunch and our delicious ice cream rolls as a tempting dessert. You can read about Emily and Ed’s wedding here.
Luton Hoo Walled Garden