Situated in the quintessentially English town of Burford, The Bay Tree Hotel is full of historical charm and contemporary style, boasting a setting to remember for your special day, whether small and intimate or traditional white wedding!
An exquisite 18th Century country house in South London, Morden Hall can be exclusively yours on your wedding day. Set within 125 acres of beautiful National Trust parkland and extensively renovated in 2015, this stunning venue has been designed to create a unique and memorable experience for you and your guests.
38 acres of grounds stretch out in front of you as you sweep up the tree lined drive and catch your first glimpse of the ivy-country house at De Vere Horwood Estate, a leading wedding venue in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.
Shortlisted for the ‘Best Country Venue 2016’ title at the UK Wedding Awards, the estate reveals a series of unique indoor and outdoor spaces with four of them registered for civil ceremonies.
Shustoke Barn is an idyllic setting for all elements of your day, perfectly proportioned for a ceremony and dinner and then transformed into a generous dance floor and party space for the evening. The space can hold up to 140 guests for your ceremony and for eating, and 200 in the evening for drinks and dancing.
Set within magical woodland and picturesque grounds, the Cripps Barn surroundings are notably romantic. Lovingly restored and thoughtfully designed into a space perfect for hosting, Cripps Barn - with its timber structure, warming fire pits and garden bonfire - provides an idyllic setting for a relaxed, rustic wedding.
At the Macdonald Compleat Angler, Marlow they can provide the perfect riverside location for weddings and events
Whether you would like a smaller and more intimate wedding with just close friends and family, or a grand affair of up to 120 guests, their function rooms can accommodate for your every need.
Moggerhanger Park is the perfect wedding hire venue in Milton Keynes, Bedford and the whole of Bedfordshire. The Grade 1 listed house has unique history and inspiring architecture, the Walled garden offers a more bohemian offering, while the parkland can cater for much bigger numbers in a mini festival style or large marquee.