Luxury Wedding Venues in South East England

South East England has something to offer all ages whether it's for a short break or a longer stay. The stunning scenery, historical sites and beautiful sea bordered countryside make this an ideal setting for exploring by foot or car. For the shopping addicts, there are plentiful shopping centres, boutiques and designer outlets. Included below are Wedding Venues in the UK, such as Ashdown Park Hotel & Country Club, Forest Row.
17 Results In Or Near South East England
Ashdown Park, a luxury country house hotel, enjoys a spectacular setting. Almost as if intended to be a secret, the hotel nestles in the lush green folds of the Sussex countryside, surrounded by the captivating Ashdown Forest. The hotel's 186 acres encompass manicured lawns, secret gardens, carp filled lakes and woodlands, offering a variety of breathtaking photographic backdrops.
Syon House & Park provides an idyllic setting for exclusive weddings and it's justly proud of its reputation for hosting wonderful celebrations. 
Historic Bailbrook House provides a stylish venue for your Bath wedding day. The Mansion House and surrounding gardens provide wonderful scenes for your wedding
Brandshatch Place is dedicated to ensuring your big occasion is right in every way. The team of dedicated coordinators will help take care of arrangements.
With its beautiful chandeliers and impressive fireplaces, you will find yourself in Sussex’s finest parkland, providing a unique backdrop for your wedding day.
With it's lake surrounded by 22 acres of private grounds plus open fires and candlelight it remains a stunning backdrop for those very important occasions.
Crathorne Hall is a magnificent Edwardian country house set in 15 acres of stunning grounds and gardens with views over the Leven Valley.
Fawsley Hall offers you the dream wedding location. A country house surrounded by formal gardens and large grounds landscaped by Capability Brown in the 1760s.
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