The Setting

Nestled in a secluded South Hams valley near Totnes, Devon, The Lost Music Hall beckons to adventurous hearts.

With its mossy orange façade and Italianate terraces, this architectural treasure is surrounded by an explosion of foliage and gardens stretching in every direction. Inside, oak parquet floors, doric columns, and domed ceilings create a stunning backdrop for your nuptials, reminiscent of a grand Arts and Crafts museum. The sun-drenched house, walled gardens, and nearby parish churches offer a myriad of spaces for your ceremony, each one steeped in the legends of this extraordinary venue.

The Vibe

As you step into The Lost Music Hall, a world of enchantment unfolds, setting the stage for your love story. This luxury wedding venue, steeped in eccentric folklore, creates an atmosphere perfect for Champagne-drenched celebrations and heartfelt revelries.

Whether you’re seeking a grand affair or an intimate elopement, the extravagant country manor house offers a bespoke experience tailored to your unique vision. The ethereal beauty of the setting, from the verdant gardens to the light-filled interiors, exudes an air of whimsical romance, inviting you to weave your own fairytale into the tapestry of The Lost Music Hall.

The Setting

A familial estate sprawling across 320 private acres in the Cotswolds, Gulliver’s Hall blends timeless elegance with bohemian flair. Accessed by a mile-long avenue of chestnut trees, the property features a stone wedding barn, wildflower gardens, and a patchwork of forests, pastures, and hay meadows.

The estate’s landscapes provide a wealth of backdrops for photography, with winding trails, ancient stone steps, and hidden corners. The main house is a treasure trove of art and history, where family portraits mingle with exotic prints, creating a fusion of English charm and worldly eclecticism. From the kaleidoscopic glow of ancestral stained glass windows to the casement seats perfect for intimate conversations, every element tells a story.

The Vibe

Weddings here are a celebration of individuality, where frivolity takes precedence over strict tradition. The estate’s owners, a garden designer and the founder of a forest education enterprise, have infused the property with a love for nature and a sense of playful eccentricity.

Exchange vows in the stone wedding barn or opt for a blessing in the wildflower gardens. Let your imagination run wild, with woodland scavenger hunts, midnight paddling under the stars, and gourmet pizza prepared by a Neapolitan pizzaiolo. As the festivities unfold, guests can enjoy uninhibited silent discos, barefoot croquet tournaments, and ice cream from a pop-up parlour.

The Setting

Set amid 12 acres of private estate in the heart of the Cheshire countryside, Scarlet Hall is a country house wedding venue that seamlessly combines rustic charm with fairy-tale elegance.

The property, which once hosted a visiting Prince, features a picturesque wedding barn, extensive lawns, and a red apple orchard. The barn provides a versatile space for ceremonies and receptions, while the grounds offer ample opportunities for outdoor celebrations and beautiful photographs. The manor and coach house, with their softly styled interiors and inviting bedroom suites, create a welcoming atmosphere for you and your guests.

The Vibe

Scarlet Hall exudes an air of understated sophistication and warmth, making it an ideal setting for weddings of all styles and sizes. The dedicated wedding planner works closely with couples to bring their dream wedding to life, whether it’s an intimate gathering or a grand soirée.

As the celebration unfolds, guests can explore the various spaces within the estate, from the convivial rooms perfect for mingling and dancing to the peaceful breakaway areas. The rustic barn, with its delicate lighting and floral arrangements, provides an enchanting space for exchanging vows and revelling in the joyous atmosphere of the day.

The Setting

The Cider Barn, located on the Dillington Estate in Somerset, is a charming and rustic venue. The old stone and thatched barn is surrounded by fields and woods and provides a magical and romantic escape. Accessed via a bumpy track through the woods, the barn offers stunning views across the rolling Somerset countryside.

The Vibe

The Cider Barn is an unpretentious venue highlighting its natural beauty with old wooden beams, stone walls, and exposed thatch. Adorned with fairy lights and rope metal chandeliers, it offers an understated yet beautiful backdrop for a wedding.

At The Cider Barn, they believe in giving couples the freedom to create their dream wedding. With no restrictions on caterers, bar services, or wine selections, couples can truly make their wedding their own. The barn is a versatile space, perfect for ceremonies, breakfasts, and evening celebrations. It seamlessly integrates with the Estate’s accommodation, allowing for a full weekend of festivities. The barn, walled garden, courtyard, marquee, and outdoor bar are all blank canvases for couples to personalise and enjoy as they wish.

The Cider Barn is not just about its charming setting but also about practicality. The venue boasts a dedicated kitchen for catering suppliers, complete with stainless steel worktops, sinks, space for ovens, and an industrial fridge and freezer. A covered lean-to space opens onto the, providing a versatile area for overflow dining or as an evening bar. The walled garden features a spacious stretch tent for additional covered space if needed. The wooden bar under the tree in the courtyard, illuminated by fairy and festoon lights, adds a warm and inviting touch to the setting.

The Setting

Dorney Court, nestled in Buckinghamshire, boasts fairy-tale gabled roofs, beautifully landscaped gardens, and a charming 12th-century church. This makes it one of the UK’s most stunning country house wedding venues. Couples can enjoy their entire wedding day on the estate, from the ceremony to late-night celebrations in the renovated Coach House Barn. The lush gardens and picturesque courtyard adjoining the barn offer perfect spots for drinks, photos, and relaxing in the sun.

The Vibe

The Coach House Barn, a serene reinterpretation of Dorney Court’s Victorian brewery and former carriage house, overlooks its own private landscaped courtyard, adding a touch of tranquillity to the estate. The North Lawn offers a peaceful retreat for guests to stroll and enjoy drinks like Pimms and bubbles or play croquet while viewing the house’s architecture.

The barn features double doors that run the length of the building, allowing natural light to fill the interior and leading out to a York stone terrace. This terrace is perfect for evening entertainment and al fresco dining. A rustic stable perch in the courtyard adds character and can be used creatively for the event.

Nearby, a charming two-bedroom cottage is available to rent alongside the Coach House Barn, providing accommodation options for the couple.

The Setting

Old Sessions House can be found in the heart of Farringdon, once a hub for breweries and skilled crafts, now transformed into a vibrant creative enclave. With its historic ties to printing and clockmaking, Clerkenwell Green pulsates with energy, thanks to events like Clerkenwell Design Week and a surge of innovative enterprises. Amidst the buzz, a sense of community thrives, setting the stage for memorable gatherings.

Accessible via the London Underground, Farringdon station stands a mere 5-minute stroll away, while Barbican and Chancery Lane stations are within easy reach. For those arriving by rail, Farringdon offers swift access, with City Thameslink and Moorgate stations also nearby, providing convenient links to the venue’s doorstep.

The Vibe

Old Sessions House beckons as a wedding venue like no other. It is steeped in history yet brimming with contemporary allure. Its weathered walls and vintage floors, bathed in natural light, serve as a beautiful modern canvas for your celebration.

From intimate ceremonies to lavish receptions, the house offers a tapestry of 23 unique spaces, each awaiting personal touches. Whether it’s a rooftop poolside affair or a cosy corner for vows, the venue invites couples to tailor-make their dream celebration. As a Grade II listed building, it exudes rich history, serving as a captivating backdrop for unforgettable photos.

Embrace the opportunity to craft cherished memories, be it for a day or an entire weekend, amidst the timeless beauty of Old Sessions House.

The Setting

Trinity House is set in an excellent location on Tower Hill, overlooking the serene Trinity Square Gardens. The venue boasts splendid views of the Tower of London, especially when the trees are bare in winter. In the evenings, the Tower is beautifully lit up, adding to the dramatic scenery. The venue is easily accessible, with several nearby transport hubs, such as Tower Hill, Aldgate, Fenchurch, DLR rail stations, and the City of London Airport.

The Vibe

Upon entering Trinity House, guests are greeted by the grand Reception Hall, a space behind iron railings and cobblestone paths. A unique twin-curved staircase leads to the grand stairwell, showcasing an impressive trompe l’oeil dome ceiling. The first-floor ‘Quarterdeck’ corridor features marble columns and maritime artefacts, including the brass bell of the Royal Yacht Britannia.

The Library is the largest room, accommodating 130 seated or 180 standing guests. It boasts a Minstrels’ Gallery, historic stained-glass windows, a display of silver artefacts, and stunning crystal chandeliers. Two adjoining rooms, the Reading and Pepys Rooms, offer additional space, with the Pepys Room perfect for dancing.

The Court Room can accommodate 60 seated or 130 standing guests for a pre-ceremony reception or an intimate civil wedding. Distinguishing features of the room are the magnificent nautical trompe l’oeil high ceiling and large single-loom carpet featuring the traditional arms of The Corporation of Trinity House. Imposing paintings of royalty dot the walls, and a working fireplace adds a cosy ambience in winter months. The adjoining Luncheon Room has a capacity of 40 standing (20 seated), allowing additional flexibility.

Trinity House blends history and heritage with elegance and intimacy. As a Grade I-listed building, it feels like a grand private Georgian residence. The tall sash windows in the main rooms allow plenty of light during the day and offer dramatic views of the Tower of London in the evening.

The venue’s rich maritime history is proudly reflected in various items throughout, a testament to its role as the working home of the General Lighthouse Authority of England and Wales. Despite being reconstructed after damage during World War II, Trinity House maintains its historical charm, a living testament to the past.

Trinity House has been the trusted host of private events for three decades, making it a discerning choice for weddings and prestigious occasions. The venue’s experienced event management team offers meticulous oversight and support, including a Blue Badge historian for a building history tour. Their preferred caterers and suppliers, such as florists and audiovisual service for couples, leaving no detail overlooked.

Wheelchair access is available, making it an inclusive venue for all.

The Setting

Set in the stunning and idyllic surroundings of Hampshire’s River Test, Kimbridge Barn combines charm and rustic character with warm, stylish interiors. Here, amidst picturesque landscapes, every detail is thoughtfully crafted to ensure your special day is nothing short of extraordinary.

Just four miles north of the pretty market town of Romsey with its train services to and from Southampton, Portsmouth, Brighton, Salisbury, Bristol and Cardiff (South Western Railway). Trains to London are via Southampton and Salisbury (South Western Trains).

The Vibe

Lovingly restored with authentic wooden beams and rustic chandeliers, The Barn is serene and romantic. Large windows flood the space with natural light, and the doors open onto a picturesque courtyard adorned with its own bar, low-level seating, and two fire pits, creating a magical atmosphere as the evening unfolds. This versatile canvas is yours to transform, inviting you to bring your unique wedding vision to life and create an expression of your style and love.

Adjacent to The Barn, The Boot Room offers a warm and cosy retreat. It is perfect for welcoming guests, hosting a drinks reception, or providing a quiet space for relaxation amidst plush lounge seating. Its doors opening onto the courtyard make it an ideal setting for intimate ceremonies or smaller gatherings.

Every aspect of your wedding day is seamlessly catered for, from the dining area and bar to the seating area and dance floor, with the adjacent courtyard providing a picturesque backdrop for capturing cherished moments. The dedicated team, committed to making your day perfect, is ready to craft a bespoke menu that reflects your tastes and delights your guests. The finest local ingredients are incorporated into flexible food packages, from canapé receptions to three-course Wedding Breakfasts and evening buffets.

The signature “The Best of Kimbridge” package encompasses all these elements and more, ensuring that your wedding day is as spectacular as the setting itself.

The Setting

Wildhive Callow Hall is nestled in ancient woodland and meadows, providing a picturesque and serene setting for weddings. The area offers the perfect backdrop for drinks receptions, civil ceremonies, or wedding breakfasts, with ample space to accommodate up to 100 guests. The venue’s lush surroundings and natural beauty create a peaceful environment for guests to enjoy.

Located near Ashbourne, a charming market town with independent shops, bars, and restaurants, the venue boasts views of rolling Derbyshire hills. It is easily accessible, making it convenient for guests to travel to and from the event.

The Vibe

Wildhive Callow Hall has a friendly and welcoming team dedicated to ensuring that guests feel completely at home. The staff has extensive experience in planning and delivering the perfect wedding, from helping with buttonholes to arranging unique touches like a hot air balloon ride above the trees. The venue offers a flexible ‘exclusive’ package, allowing couples to customise their special day, whether it’s a feast in the woods or a drinks reception in the meadow.

The Victorian country house features elegantly designed rooms by Isabella Worsley, inspired by nature and the surrounding environment. The individual spaces cater to weddings of all sizes, from intimate gatherings to grand celebrations with family and friends. With accommodation for up to 60 guests in 15 house bedrooms, 11 woodland Hives, and 2 treehouses, Wildhive Callow Hall can meet various needs and preferences. The team ensures a seamless experience from initial inquiry to event day, making the journey to a Wildhive wedding easy and stress-free.

The Garden Room Restaurant & Bar offers stunning views and a delightful dining experience for your wedding day. Local and homegrown ingredients created into seasonal dishes by Executive Chef David Bukowicki and Head Chef Tom Burton reflect the very best of British culinary innovation, with an exciting range of flavours and textures that your guests will savour for years to come.

The Garden Room is a beautiful room with floor to ceiling glass windows which create a lovely natural light. It overlooks the rolling hills of the surrounding Derbyshire countryside and gives a feeling of being at one with the landscape.

The Dovedale Room is a sophisticated and beautiful room with bespoke wallpaper created by Melissa White and depicting scenes of Callow Hall and the Dovedale Valley. A beautiful leaded window gives the room an abundance of natural light.

The Coach House is a few minutes walk from the main hotel, where you will find two treatment rooms, a sauna, gym, studio and bike hire.

The Setting

The house is set in 1,500 acres of gorgeous Somerset countryside in the village of North Cadbury. It’s a rural setting but easily accessible by road and train from London and the rest of the South West. The Montgomery family are the owners and it’s been their family home for more than 100 years. They have created a comfortable, warm environment emphasising fun and enjoyment with no corkage and no late-night curfew in the basement disco and casino. The rental includes many indoor and outdoor activities, so it’s a house with lots to offer, whatever the season.

The Vibe

Steeped in British history yet relaxed and incredibly comfortable. Stunning wood-panelled rooms, cosy lounges with huge fireplaces and sweeping staircases. Two floors of beautiful bedrooms and amazing bathrooms – each one totally individual and with stunning decor. From small ceremonies in the North Hall to elaborate affairs in the Ballroom. With a church next door or the option to have a celebrant in the gardens, you are free to choose the wedding you want.

Up to 80 guests can stay in the main house and coach house cottages, with extra accommodation in the private yacht club and funky modern annexe. There are no set packages, no corkage charge, and no night curfew on parties in the cellar disco and casino, so there are plenty of opportunities to have fun!

Unlike a hotel, the house and grounds are exclusively yours during your stay. You can design your own wedding the way you want it. The events team are on hand to guide you, or there are independent planners to take the pressure off and leave you to enjoy your special day.

Civil ceremonies take place either in the Ballroom, which can accommodate up to 200 guests, or the North Hall, which can accommodate up to 150 guests. The North Hall is ideal for a grand entrance from the oak staircase.

Pretty St Michael’s Church is next door, and it has a private entrance to the grounds. The team can happily assist with submitting an application to have your wedding there.

Outdoor weddings are just the best here, and there are several popular options – in the garden gazebo, by the lake or on the lawns close to the house. You are welcome to use a marquee, and there are glamping options on the grounds for extra guests.

After the ceremony, our attractive lawns and terrace are perfect for drinks receptions. Indoors, there’s the Morning Room, Library, and North Hall—lovely spaces for drinks and canapés.

The Ballroom seats 150, and the North Hall seats 80 for wedding breakfasts. Afterwards dance the night away in any of these rooms or the basement disco. Then, become a high roller in the fully stocked cellar casino!

Their experienced events team will set up an on-site planning meeting and virtual meetings in advance of your big day. They will guide you with catering, flowers, music, entertainment, and activities. One will be on-site to oversee everything on the big day, and two evening managers will look after guests late into the evening.

Before and after the wedding, make sure you have plenty of fun using all the toys! There’s rooftop golf, pedalos on the lake, bumper balls, a swimming pool, a spa, lawn tennis and a squash court. Or just take some long walks in the glorious parklands.

The house is sumptuous and truly historic, yet simultaneously a place where you can relax and feel totally at home. Stunning rooms feature beautiful four-poster beds, antique furnishings, and art. Discover North Cadbury Court, where you and your guests will treasure the memories forever and never want to leave.

The Setting

Wolterton Hall is a truly exclusive wedding venue that offers a limited number of celebrations each year, ensuring that your wedding will be a unique and memorable event in the heart of North Norfolk. The hall, facing south, provides a picturesque view of the stunning park designed by Charles Bridgeman in the 18th century, complete with a 10-acre lake and 500 acres of fields and woodland.

The Vibe

From the moment you decide to celebrate your marriage at Wolterton Hall to the day you depart, their team will be on hand to make your experience as utterly special as possible.

The Staterooms, adorned with original marble fireplaces carved by Richard Fisher of York and intricately moulded cornices and ceilings, are a sight to behold. The American walnut for all the doors was a gift from Queen Caroline to Horatio, adding a touch of regal charm to the rooms.

Step through the full-height windows in the Saloon to take advantage of a huge 100-foot balcony with magnificent views of the lake, stepping down to the South lawns and Arcade. Then make your way downstairs to the grand Venetian room with its large arched window, all constructed in the romantic style of Classical architect Andrea Palladio. The Main Hall includes a suite of eight grand double-height staterooms with deep corniced ceilings, pedimented classical doorcases, magnificent fireplaces, large sash windows, and chandeliers.

Outdoors, there is space for up to 200 in a marquee in the estate’s grounds. Those looking for a more intimate wedding affair can dine indoors in the Saloon, accommodating up to 80. The State Dining Room offers the perfect space for a smaller party. The blend of parkland, woodland, and water, as well as the magnificent hall, is truly remarkable. There is unlimited car parking for your guests and an excellent landing area for helicopters.

An opulent State Bedroom Suite in the main hall is perfect for newlyweds to spend their wedding night in style. This luxurious room includes a super comfortable Vi-Spring bed, a unique Dormbracht rain shower, a freestanding bathtub decorated with classical alabaster panels and a champagne cupboard. Both rooms have original chandeliers.

Across the estate is an array of holiday cottages and beautifully appointed houses that can accommodate your guests—speak with the team to discuss how you can call Wolterton Park home for your celebration.

The Setting

Nestled in the picturesque landscape of South Wiltshire, Pythouse Kitchen Garden offers a wedding day paradise like no other. Say ‘I do’ amidst the elegance of Hatch House before stepping into the magical kitchen garden to celebrate admist its flourishing beauty. Surrounded by acres of stunning gardens, guests can feast on freshly picked treasures while enjoying the warm hospitality of the garden team. From lush greenery to vibrant blooms, Pythouse Kitchen Garden provides a captivating backdrop for an enchanting wedding day.

Built within the walls of an 18th-century walled garden, Pythouse Kitchen Garden exudes timeless charm and rustic elegance. Its sustainable approach to gardening and cooking infuses every aspect of the venue, from the ethically sourced ingredients to the flavour of wood fire smoke. Couples can immerse themselves in the regenerative lifestyle of the garden, creating memories amidst its natural splendour.

The Vibe

At Pythouse Kitchen Garden, couples can expect a wedding experience defined by understated professionalism, politeness, and attentiveness. With a dedicated wedding team led by Head Chef Darren Broom, every detail is meticulously planned to ensure a perfect marriage of delicious food, fine wine, and fabulous surroundings. Whether opting for an intimate elopement or exclusive use of the venue, Pythouse Kitchen Garden offers multiple wedding options tailored to suit every couple’s preferences.

With its versatile spaces and alternative outlook on wedding planning, Pythouse Kitchen Garden provides a truly tailored experience for each couple. Whether surrounded by the intimate embrace of the Kitchen Garden walls or enjoying exclusive use of the venue, every moment is crafted to perfection. Working within budget constraints, the team ensures that every detail, from décor to dining, is flawlessly executed, making Pythouse Kitchen Garden the venue of English Country Garden dreams.