Choosing the right wedding venue is one of the most important decisions you’ll make. It’s right up there with the dress and the first dance song. Thankfully we are blessed with some of the most stunningly beautiful wedding venues for your special day. Here are four of the best.
Steeped in history Escot house and gardens are set amongst beautiful parkland. The Georgian house overlooks the park and lake, making for the perfect backdrop for those all-important wedding snaps. At Escot, they pride themselves on offering relaxed and affordable wedding packages to celebrate your big day.
Forde Abbey is not quite situated in East Devon, but it’s close enough to throw a bouquet into. Part of the Historic Houses Association, Forde Abbey offers you a number of options to suit your wedding day requirements. From the intimate setting of the Monks Refectory, where you and up to 80 guests are surrounded by historical family portraits, to the 500 year old Great Hall, which can accommodate up to 200. All of this is situated at the heart of the stunning 30 acre gardens.
The World famous River Cottage has to be the most ‘Devon’ of Devon wedding venues. The 65 acre organic farm is nestled amongst sweeping hills with beautiful views across the valley. It offers you a special venue that is both relaxed and professional. You have three choices of ceremony venues, decide between the famous farmhouse, the stunning walled kitchen garden or the wonderfully restored threshing barn. Whatever you choose you’ll have the River Cottage chefs cooking the best local produce available to help you celebrate.
The Deer Park Country House Hotel is a fabulous looking Georgian house that just oozes character. Situated just outside the market town of Honiton the grand house sits amongst 80 acres of private grounds, which includes its very own deer enclosure. Both you and your guests can stay in one of the well equipped elegant bedrooms. For those of you wanting a little something different why not try their unique thatched treehouse bridal suite set within a cluster of beautiful oak trees.
Need some where to stay for your wedding be sure to have a look at some of our accommodation.
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