• W J Hogan

The Best Places To Get Married In The UK

Updated: Aug 2, 2018


I done some good research to help a friend and i find out those places, some i already know and others i find out now . If money is not a problem you are spoil in options


The Barbican London

Not my photos , just use as refence



What a great place, i been there few times and The Barbican boasts one of the most unusual venues in London for weddings; the Conservatory. This lush tropical oasis is home to exotic fish and 2,000 species of tropical plants and is licensed to host wedding and civil partnership ceremonies.


Preston Court, Kent



Image from Jack photo

Preston Court is one of the most beautiful unsual wedding places in Kent. Set among picturesque forests and a calm lake, this mansion with its 500 year old barn is the wedding choice for couples who like the eclectic mix of chic rustic with the comforts of contemporary wedding style and elegance. In addition you and your guests will be offered the option of staying in their superb Bell Tents.

Preston Court offers you the full range services that you would expect from such amazing wedding venue. You will have the choice of the Victorian Carousel and Art Deco organ with a distinctly fairground theme.



Ashmolean Museum, Oxford




Another amazing place , not cheap but thats not the budget venues unfortunatly .Thats some of the reviews .

We were overwhelmed by everything to do with the wedding! You did an amazing job and people have been saying it has been the best wedding they've ever been to so a big THANK YOU!...


April 2012. 📷

Wedding Guest

Anonymous's Review

The Ashmolean turned out to be the perfect venue for our wedding. The whole evening ran so smoothly, we really couldn't have asked for anything more!...


February 2012. 📷

Wedding Guest

Anonymous's Review

We have lost track of the number of people who have told us that our wedding had the best food of any wedding they'd been to or was the best wedding they'd attended! Everything at the Ashmolean was superlative and better than we would have ever imagined. We can't thank you...


Highclare Castle , Newbury






Most of the girls dream to have a wedding in a castle, if money is not a issue this is one great option .

Located on the Berkshire and Hampshire border, Highcleare Castle is a Victorian-era English manor where historic drama series Downton Abbey was filmed.

Couples looking to wed at the castle and surrounding gardens will enjoy exclusive use on their special day, with options to have their ceremony in the Saloon followed by a Champagne reception and traditional afternoon tea, or a later reception and wedding breakfast through to the evening. your dream wedding is a glamorous affair at a castle worthy of Downton Abbey grandeur, then Highclere Castle



Forde Abbey, Dorset.



Forde Abbey is a owned former Cistercian monastery in Dorset, England, The house and gardens are run as a tourist attraction while the 1,600-acre estate is farmed to provide additional revenue. Forde Abbey is a Grade I listed building.


Tunnels Beaches, Devon

This one guys is the only one i will post the link for you guy check the photos , what a amazing place. Only if money was not a issue for me ha ha i would definitly do my wedding there in a hot summe day ;)

http://www.tunnelsbeaches.co.uk/weddings.html

The images bellow are from different photographers




Next one we have

Mussenden Temple, Londonderry

Definitly is one of the most dramatic places in Northern Ireland and Ireland to get married. If you can get a photographer with very good drope videography you wedding will look too amazing to be true.


Amazing cliff views , if weather helps it can be a amazing day .

Not my photo by way .


Polhawn Fort, Cornwall

What a great place to get married and spend some time off , Not far from Newquay Polhawn Fort is overlooking the sea, for up to 120 guests. With exclusive use of Polhawn Cove! Multi-night occupancy. Choose your own suppliers. Amenities: 8 bedrooms, Exclusive use beach.

Prices start from 5k

Photos from steve tremble from Cornwall




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