Planning 101 14th June 2021

9 Of The Quirkiest Wedding Venues Across The Country

Bath's Historic Venues - Bath, Somerset

Starting with the South West it's hard to look past Bath's Historic Venues, with the The Roman Baths and Pump Rooms being a particularly fabulous and unusual place to exchange your nuptials. The mist rising from the natural baths make this a pretty "steamy" location for any wedding and the many romantic photos we've seen of couples here make the Baths a truly enchanting wedding venue.

roman baths and pump rooms

Castle Coch - Cardiff, Caerphilly

A hidden gem, Castle Coch is only available for small, intimate wedding ceremonies with a maximum of 30 guests but this fairytale castle is truly stunning with high, gothic ceilings and floral-patterned walls. It's truly unique and gets booked up quickly which is no surprise!

The Wedding Photographer, Cardiff

Waterton Park Hotel - West Yorkshire

This beautiful, Georgian mansion is surrounded by a beautiful moat as it sits right in the middle of a 26-acre lake. Some say you can't have a castle without a moat and with a venue like this it's easy to see why! With a capacity of 145, the iron foot-bridge is ideal for those intimate wedding photos.

Waterton Park, West Yorkshire

Port Lympne Hotel and Reserve, Kent

Set across 600 acres, Port Lympne Hotel and Reserve offers a range of great locations to exchange vows. From small intimate ceremonies in the Moroccan courtyard to larger affairs in the Lime Tree Avenue marquee, there's a different setting for everything. The ability to take yourselves and your guests on a safari which includes feeding the giraffes makes this one of the country's most unique and quirky venue's.

Port Lympne

The Mill Barns - Bridgnorth, Shropshire

A very modern wedding venue. The Mill Barns has all the positives of a country barn combined with all the added perks of a purpose-bult wedding space. Add in the option to have a beautiful, outdoor waterfront wedding ceremony and it doesn't get much more romantic than that!

mill barns

The Witchery - Edinburgh, Scotland

Located at the top of the Royal Mile, near to Edinburgh Castle, The Witchery is one of the best restaurant's the UK has to offer. Combining atmospheric, gothic design withincredibly local food (some of the best we've ever eaten) with a unique interior, it's a great place for your wedding breakfast. Don't forget to check out the lovely candle-lit secret garden that you can hire exclusively.


Cley Windmill - Holt, Norfolk

How often do you see couples get married at a windmill? Set in the heart of some beautiful fields with views for days, this a truly enchanting and incredibly quirky wedding venue.

Cley Mill, Norfolk

Kenwood House - Hampstead Heath, London

It's hard to believe that this majestic venue sits right in the heart of London. Set at one side of the Hampstead Heath, this neoclassical Georgian villa boasts an Orangery, beautiful flower gardens and of course stunning views over the Heath.

Kenwood House

Shital Gohil Photography

Newton Hall - Alnwick, Northumberland

This luxury hotel offers a quirky, one-of-a-kind wedding experience. With various locations within the venue to exchange vows this venue is like no other. 

Newton Hall