What does your dream wedding venue look like? Is it a castle? A country house? A tipi in a field? Whatever you’re imagining, FindYourPerfectVenue.com knows where it is! With hundreds of wedding venues listed around the UK and Ireland, the site’s simplicity and imagery makes it look like it’s just jumped straight out of Pinterest! So we asked the team to reveal some of the hottest locations for 2014 brides, and here’s what they had to say!

If you want a classical English country garden theme…

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Peaceful and private, Broyle Place is the perfect location if you want to relax. Here you can escape from the usual bustle of the outside world and chill in the informal atmosphere of a luxury classical country house. The gardens are picture perfect, too, and suitable for an outside ceremony.

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East Bridgford Hill, Nottinghamshire
Perfect for exclusive small weddings. Located in a serene setting with panoramic views, East Bridgford Hill is a home full of character where bespoke style and friendship are the values of the day, where weddings have soul, wine has history and food is deliciously rustic.

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Shilstone, Devon
Shilstone House is a recently restored Georgian manor nestled within 500 acres of perfect Devonshire countryside, featuring woods, streams, wild flowers and grassland. The perfect venue to hold a classic romantic country wedding.

If you want a chic hotel celebration…

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The Rectory Hotel, Wiltshire
A perfect oasis of understated luxury and vintage charm in the Cotswolds, the Rectory Hotel in Wiltshire is the perfect setting for a classical English country garden wedding theme.

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The Aviator by Tag, Hampshire
Super-stylish, the Aviator is a hotel by TAG and binds the timeless glamour of aviation with seductive interiors and architecturally-stunning spaces. If you’re looking for a unique, breath-taking wedding venue to wow your guests, this is it!

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The Gore Hotel, London
A quintessentially British hotel in the heart of the capital, filled with antique furniture, period pictures and prints and ornate bedrooms. The Gore Hotel provides a unique and unforgettable backdrop for a wedding in the city. A must, especially for smaller celebrations.

If you want a festival-style wedding…

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Cornish Tipi Weddings, Cornwall
If you’re dreaming of a woodland wedding, green wedding, waterside wedding or perhaps a camping festival wedding then Cornish Tipi Weddings has it all!

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Beach Weddings Bournemouth
Get married in the gorgeous ivory Wedding Hut right on the sands of Bournemouth’s award-winning West Cliff beach. What better backdrop for your beach wedding photos than the clear sea waters and Old Harry Rocks?

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Wedding Yurts, Bristol and Nationwide
These luxury Wedding Yurts are beautiful and possess an intimate and magical atmosphere, complete with solid oak floors, handcrafted furniture, strings of golden fairy lights and crystal chandeliers.

If you want to be queen of the castle…

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Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland
Bamburgh’s fairytale location overlooking miles of breathtaking coastline provides a spectacular backdrop for your wedding ceremony and reception.

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Thornbury Castle, Bristol
Step behind the heavy oak doors and you’ll find a magnificent hotel with roaring fires, delicious modern cuisine and sumptuous bedchambers. The grounds will also provide the perfect place for your wedding photographs.

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Danby Castle, North Yorkshire
Danby Castle is a truly unique and bespoke DIY wedding venue within a family home in spectacular scenery. This rustic-looking venue would be the perfect backdrop for homemade bunting and vintage-style decorations – crafty brides, take note!

61 COMMENTS

  1. Love the way you say “the best”. You know a venue is “the one” when you walk through the door whether it’s a hired hall or a grand palace. What’s “the best” for one is not “the best” for another. You could hire a grand expensive place which you may consider “the best” and have the atmosphere of an inflated balloon. I know I’d rather spend my money on hiring a venue I can make my own, just like Emma (above).

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