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10 Best Winter Wedding Venues in the UK

Is there anything more romantic than a winter wedding?

Picture rolling countryside coated in a blanket of white; tiny snowflakes dancing past the window of the stately home you’ve exclusively hired.

Inside, the fire is crackling and the room is aglow. You wrap your hands around a steaming mug of mulled wine and cosy up with your partner by the hearth.

Winter weddings are truly magical and if you’ve decided that they’re for you, here are our favourite winter wedding venues in the UK that you should arrange to visit immediately, if not sooner.

 

10 of the best winter wedding venues in the UK

 

1. Holkham Hall

 

Holkham Hall is one of the most magnificent wedding venues in the country. On the approach, frosty parkland and frozen lakes only make Holkham Hall’s grand yet cosy interior seem all the more inviting.

Weddings can be held in any four of the state rooms within the Hall which are magnificently decorated for the winter months, or in the newly refurbished Lady Elizabeth Wing. The Marble Hall is an unbelievable wedding space with huge vaulted ceilings and marble pillars which have been inspired by the Pantheon in Rome. Add a little festive sparkle and you’ve just created a winter wedding to remember.

 

2. Moor Park

For an extremely classy winter wedding with wow factor, Moor Park Mansion is the winter wedding venue for you.

This incredibly grand 17th century mansion will take your breath away and as you step inside, expect to find gold leafed ceilings, enormous original paintings and open fire places twinkling with Christmas lights and draped with wreaths.

 

3. Hedsor House

Hedsor House is an absolute dream for lovers of winter country house weddings.

What could be more magical than this stunning Georgian house surrounded by deep snow; fir trees on its grounds dusted in white, completing the winter wonderland look. This gorgeous house with guest bedrooms could be exclusively yours for an impressive winter wedding.

 

4. RSA House

A Christmas winter wedding at the RSA House in Central London is a truly magical experience, and we think one of London’s best kept secrets.

The historic House combines Georgian splendour with high quality contemporary design, and its stunning vaults can be exclusively hired and perfectly dressed for a cosy, romantic winter wedding.

 

5. One Aldwych

One Aldwych transforms into a winter wonderland during the cold and Christmassy months. Expect towering white christmas trees and fairy lights with decorations complementing the contemporary interior of this beautiful Central London hotel.

 

6. East Quay Venue

If a cosy winter wedding by the sea is what you’re dreaming of then East Quay at Whitstable Harbour ticks all of the boxes.

This old Oyster house has been transformed into a relaxed but beautiful wedding venue which is simply begging for a little added winter sparkle.

7. Heaton House Farm

These beautiful sandstone barns look simply wonderful during winter months. A cold calmness falls across the sparse fields in winter yet the barn glows with warmth and hums with activity.

Perhaps you’ll bring the winter wonderland theme inside your wedding venue for a more pristine affair? Check out this enchanted forest idea from a previous wedding at Heaton House Farm…

 

8. Notley Abbey

Winter wedding’s don’t get much more romantic than those held at Notley Abbey – an award-winning country house wedding venue in Buckinghamshire that exudes historic charm.

The crisp, cold weather will make for stunning photographs both inside and outside of this beautiful venue.

 

9. Leez Priory

If you’re dreaming of a winter wedding in Essex, Leez Priory should be at the top of your venue shortlist.

This magnificent, red brick Tudor mansion is set in stunning grounds and has been voted Wedding Ideas Magazines ‘Best Wedding Venue’ award a whopping three times.

Think cosy weddings with open fires and twinkling lights.

 

10. Elmore Court

Elmore Court is a 750-year-old, grade II listed country house; perfect for a classic English country winter wedding.

With views of the Cotswolds and River Severn from its gardens, Elmore Court offers everything you could ever want from a wedding venue. And in winter, festive lighting and a sprinkling of snow are the only ingredients you’d need to add to achieve winter wedding perfection.

 

Are you dreaming of a white wedding?

If you’re considering getting married in the UK in winter, contact these incredible winter wedding venues for more information or to arrange a visit.

To search for more wedding venues near you, why not enlist the help of Bridebook – your online wedding planner complete with free, supplier search tools.