Luxury Intimate Wedding Venues in Berkshire

Berkshire is a county in south-East England. It has a wealth of pretty countryside to explore and attractions that are open all year round which includes Windsor Castle, St George's Chapel, Ascot Racecourse and Reading Abbey Ruins to name a few. Included below are Intimate Wedding Venues in the UK, such as The Roseate.
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in Berkshire
Located in the core of Reading, with views over the notable Forbury Gardens and Abbey Ruins, The Roseate Reading is the perfect venue for your special day.
in Berkshire
In the vibrant Berkshire village of Pangbourne, and just a few minutes' drive from Reading, the Elephant Hotel offers an opulent experience beside the River Thames. It's an ideal venue for both weddings and celebrations, and formal business events.
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in Berkshire
A charming wedding location, the Royal Berkshire is a country house perfectly located for overnight stays on the outskirts of Ascot.
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in Hampshire
Victorian mansion set in seven acres of beautiful grounds this wedding venue is warm and characterful and perfect for an outdoor ceremony in the garden gazebo.
in Hampshire
Oakley Hall Hotel has been named as one of Hampshire's top ‘Wow Factor' wedding venues, by Bride Magazine. Set in 315 acres of rolling Hampshire countryside, close to Basingstoke, this venue offers a spectacular setting for a wedding to remember.
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in Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire heritage meets French flair Tucked away in the picturesque countryside, this 15th-century manor sets the standard for gastronomic luxury.
in Surrey
Farnham House Hotel is a delightful and unique country house hotel. The oak panelling, vaulted hall, fireplaces and period charm create a warm and welcoming atmosphere couple with excellent food and service.
in Hampshire
Nestled within 63 acres of Hampshire parkland, just a stone’s throw from central Winchester, sits the charming 17th century Lainston House.
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