The UK’s Most Romantic Wedding Venues

Written by on October 26, 2012 in Relationships - No comments | Print this page

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Despite the main summer season with weddings every weekend passing, there will still be plenty of couples planning for their big day; whether it be scheduled in for some time nearer Christmas or the summer of 2013. If you are currently in the planning process and have yet to choose a venue, read on as this post takes you through some of the most romantic locations to be found around the UK;

A Royal Seal of Approval- Hever Castle, Kent

As the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, Hever Castle is steeped in history and has maintained its beautiful period look throughout the centuries. With stunning gardens and the beautiful Hever Lake, this location is sure to wow guests and enable you to create a wedding album full of photos with the most amazing backdrop. For a magical day in an equally magical venue, a visit to Hever Castle whilst planning your wedding is a must to see what it’s all about.

Crossing Over the Border- The Lodge on Loch Goil, Scotland

If you are planning a smaller wedding with just a select few family members and friends present, you can’t go far wrong with the intimate yet luxury wedding venue that is The Lodge. With a resident wedding co-ordinator in place, every last detail of your wedding can be taken care of and whether you decide to hold the service in The Tree House which holds 24 guests or The Victorian Dining Room for up to 50 guests, you are sure to be blown away by the setting and the service you will receive.

Quintessential British Wedding- Holbeck Ghyll, The Lake District

If you are looking to create a traditional English wedding in a beautiful setting, Holbeck Ghyll overlooking Lake Windermere is the location for you. With its award winning cuisine and rooms that can cater for parties of various sizes, holding your wedding at this stunning venue will go a long way to ensuring a day that you will never forget. After your ceremony has finished, you can enjoy a wedding cruise out on to the lake before retiring to your room for the night, The Miss Potter Suite, with its stunning views and sunken hot tub on the private terrace.

The Exotic Setting- The Royal Pavilion, Brighton

If you originally wanted to head abroad to marry in an exotic location with its white sandy beaches and constant sunshine but your budget couldn’t quite stretch, The Royal Pavilion in Brighton offers the exotic touch at home. Ceremonies take place in the traditional yet stylish Red Drawing Room with its elegant 1820s decoration before you and your party head through to the exquisite King William IV room for your reception. With an array of locations for photos and perhaps a harpist playing in the background, this venue enables you to travel back in time and will ensure you soon forget about your original plans to travel abroad.

If you are currently planning your big day, one important thing to remember is to visit a number of venues before settling on a location that you are both happy with. Hopefully the venues detailed above have given you a few ideas as to the style of wedding you prefer and the plans for your big day can now get into full swing.

This is a guest post.  This post was written by Oliver Kyle on behalf of Debenhams, providers of wedding insurance to help ensure your upcoming wedding goes off without a hitch.

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