We all love rustic wedding venues, don’t we? A wooden barn, exposed brick walls and surrounding farmland are just a few of the features in Bridebook.co.uk’s favourite UK rustic spots to tie the knot, and we can’t wait to show you!
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Hales Hall & The Great Barn is home to idyllic gardens and panoramic rural views as well as a large dramatic space for you and up to 300 guests. High ceilings and gorgeous wooden beams compliment this rustic wedding setting and make it a dream venue for some.
2. Maiden’s Barn, Essex
Say your vows at Maiden’s Barn underneath the gorgeous wedding arbour surrounded by amazing gardens. Or the brand new Oak Barn can be your choice of setting if you’re after a beamed ceiling, French doors and a nearby secret Hideaway Cottage for your first night as Mr & Mrs!
With rustic oak beams and restored red brick, this charming and historic venue dates back to the 18th century and it is a true Essex pearl! Couples and their guests will be able to enjoy six acres of grounds, featuring beautiful gardens, a pond, a vineyard and… well, we won’t ruin the surprise. Head over to the High House Weddings Bridebook profile to find out more!
When you step into The Wellbeing Farm, you will immediately feel the fun and stress-free atmosphere that envelopes the place. This unique venue offers you the chance of an authentic farm experience, completed with lamas and all!
Nestled in 360 acres of grounds, there is no shortage of space for a wedding in Wootton Park. The ideal ceremony for this venue is an outside one overlooking the lake, though you can also accommodate 150 guests inside the barn.
6. Channels Estate, Essex
Channels Estate is a 17th century barn that offers a peaceful environment for your wedding. You can choose an inside ceremony in the barn, or an outside one in the “Church without a Roof”, located in the garden.
7. Crondon Park, Essex
One of the best venues in Essex is Crondon Park. It’s crown jewel is the Baronian Hall, a charming barn built with oak, that gives a rustic feel to the wedding and a timeless appeal of the 15th century.
8. Hunters Hall, Norfolk
In the heart of Norfolk, you can find Hunters Hall. This rural barn is perfectly suited for a rustic wedding, and its grounds make a beautiful backdrop for photographs.
Smeetham Hall Barn is an ideal barn venue in Essex where you can enjoy a full weekend of fun with your family and friends.
Set on 12 acres of lush countryside, Dewsall Court boasts gorgeous stone walls, wooden beams and romantic touches at this one-of-a-kind venue. With plenty of rustic outdoor seating, you and your guests can cosy up around the firepit and make your special day truly unforgettable.
450 years of incredible history, a high roof with oak beams and stunning surroundings can be expected at Godwick Great Hall & Barn. With a choice of luxury accommodation, shepherd’s huts and camping pitches for the more adventurous of guests, it’s no surprise that one of the oldest barns in Norfolk would be an exceptional rustic wedding venue.
12. The House Meadow, Kent
Horseshoes Barn at The House Meadow has ancient oak timbers and gorgeous lighting to create an inviting space for your wedding. The rustic theme doesn’t stop there either, as the beautiful grounds allow for a tipi or marquee to be the centre of your celebrations with a romantic meadow backdrop.
13. Eggbeer Farm, Devon
Stunning stone interiors fill the barn of Eggbeer Farm with plenty of rustic charm, as this eco-friendly venue creates the perfect blank space setting. Dress it up with a chic feel or feature simple uplighting and rustic furniture for a cosy ambience – it’s up to you at this versatile venue!
Located on the site of 550 acres of natural beauty, Doxford Barns are a group of outbuildings dating back to the 18th Century, including stone and oak barns, a farmhouse and sunny courtyard. The Threshing Hall is the striking setting here, complete with a rustic fireplace and exposed balcony. Glorious!
15. The Night Yard, Kent
This working farm venue in the Kent countryside is The Night Yard – a beautiful outdoor space surrounded by rustic farm scenery! Walk down the aisle in this alfresco bliss with a memorable agricultural backdrop to stun your guests.
As natural light shines through the glass ceiling of this Cheshire gem, the oak beams and fresh interior sparks a rustic yet contemporary setting. The Oak Tree of Peover is surrounded by lush trees and even has it’s own lake, so you can create your magical day in the most enchanting place.
We thought this 16th Century venue was special…and then we saw the view! Boasting panoramic sights across the fells of the Cumbrian countryside, Cote How Lakeland Venue is certainly special. But of course, a rustic venue isn’t complete without wonderful stone walls and a chandelier to top it off.
Huntstile Organic Farm (which comes with 3 pet pigs!) is a pretty magical venue that instantly transforms you back to the 15th Century. The working farm is home to the delightful Dining Hall, a part of the original farmhouse which has plenty of Grade II-listed features to discover. Discover more farm wedding venues in the UK!
Sitting on a 150-acre estate, The Byre at Inchyra is quite the unorthodox venue that encourages you to do things a little differently. Hosting typical wooden beams and stone interiors, this setting will allow for any theme – however quirky or different!
20. Pitt Hall Barn, Hampshire
Wander through the whimsical woodland of the Hampshire countryside to discover Pitt Hall Barn, where the Old Wooden Barn stands. Inside is a cosy atmosphere with a wood burning stove for winter weddings, while in the summer months you can dine under the stars.
21. Knightor Winery, Cornwall
Imagine being able to tie the knot in amidst a vineyard…at Knightor Winery that dream can come true! And it gets even better – the incredible threshing barn with vaulted ceilings is where you can continue your celebrations, while your guests mingle on the courtyard overlooking the romantic pond.
22. The Barn at Brynich, Powys
The brilliantly restored Grade II listed Barn at Brynich is a total Welsh paradise! Expect flagstone floors, an open fireplace and iron chandeliers as you step through the large barn doors at this setting of complete natural beauty.
Bassmead Manor Barns is surrounded by a gorgeous moat, ancient manor house and 300 years of heritage. Fairy lights and neutral colours are set against timber interiors to create a magical backdrop in which to start married life.
250 acres of beautiful Camp Hill Estate is home to Camp Katur, the perfect tranquil setting for a magical woodland ceremony and rustic barn celebration. Complete with eco-spa, woodland hide dome and it’s very own glamping village. You’re in for a treat at this rustic wedding venue in the UK!
Danby Castle and it’s quirky ruins is the site of a truly simple rustic wedding day. Home-cooked food, outdoor lawn games and an utterly spectacular backdrop are on the menu to ensure you have the best day of your life – not forgetting the glorious stone barn at the heart of the venue.
On a Gloucestershire farm situated in the rolling countryside, Oxleaze Barn is a pure gem. The restored Cotswold stone barn is the ideal space in which to savour your precious day, among exposed brick walls and a cosy outdoor fire pit. What more could you want?
Situated in Shakespeare’s home county of Stratford-upon-Avon, The Stratford Park Hotel boasts a 16th Century barn, Elizabethan-style suites and incredible views overlooking the lush golf course. Lovely red brick interiors and a romantic spiral staircase finish off the rustic look of this rustic wedding venue.
Located on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, in Devon, this rustic venue could be the perfect place to tie the knot and celebrate your marriage! With landscaped gardens and suiting any budget, if you love a good view this may be just the place for you!
A 16th Century barn and 30 acres of Heritage land make up Gilbert White & the Oates Collections. Situated within the South Downs National Park and surrounded by meadows, the lush views and simply stunning historic barn make this rustic venue utterly to die for.
30. Almonry Barn, Somerset
Almonry Barn is a venue that dreams are made of! Original machinery and wooden beams set off agricultural vibes, while draping fairy lights and white-washed furniture gives this barn an extra contemporary and romantic lift. Just gorgeous!
Set in 44 acres and overlooking a picturesque lake, Chevin Country Park Hotel & Spa is a true woodland oasis. Wander through the forest at your leisure, before celebrating with family and friends on the balcony (boasting the most incredible views!).
With two farm buildings made of stunning red brick, a rustic wooden barn and a lovely courtyard in the centre, Hazel Gap Barn is a fab choice for your wedding. Arrive among beautiful lawns and quaint gardens and enter through romantic archways where the rustic-chic interior will give you chills.
33. Wasing Park, Berkshire
A variety of historical buildings are on offer at Wasing Park, including a 15th Century chapel, Victorian Summerhouse and the gorgeous Castle Barn. Exposing rustic features such as oak beams and incredible brick walls with traditional arrow slits, this is the perfect rustic setting with a hint of contemporary chic.
Let your imagination run wild at Lillibrooke Manor Barns – expect dramatic dark wood floors, wrought iron chandeliers and simply stunning beamed interior. Boasting 2 barns and Cloistered Garden in amongst 15 acres of countryside, this venue will be hard to forget.
One of the most rural retreats comes in the form of Ta Mill, a homely stone hideaway that just screams rustic! With the panoramic backdrop of the North Cornish countryside, you can sit back and relax in your luxury 4-star cottage and start your honeymoon in the best way possible.
Set in the beautiful Norfolk countryside, Bressingham Hall & High Barn screams stylish rustic charm. With beautiful beans running along its traditional brick and a jaw-droppingly high vaulted ceiling – this venue really does have the ‘wow-factor’.
If you’re looking for a more intimate venue with a rustic style, The Star Inn Alfriston is perfect! This recently refurbished inn situated in a quaint Tudor village boasts incredible beamed interiors and exteriors that take you back in time in an instance.
As the name suggests, Redhouse Barn offers a gorgeous red brick ceremony space and adjoining barn with high ceilings and romantic wooden beams. Surrounded by lush gardens and stunning countryside, this venue oozes simplicity and plenty of unspoken charm.
Boasting 15th Century architecture, gorgeous stone walls and plenty of original features, The Black Swan Hotel is an utterly romantic setting. Picturesque gardens and idyllic rural landscapes are the bonus at this venue, which you can explore to your heart’s content.
40. Mythe Barn, Leicestershire
Mythe Barn is the perfect combination of luxury and rustic charm, including vaulted ceilings, full-length windows and a stunning oak framed balcony. Step into the courtyard for your drinks reception, and gather round the fire pit with loved ones as the temperature drops. Simply beautiful.
Secluded in the Surrey hills, this stunning wooden barn is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens, for an unforgettable backdrop to your wedding day. This venue is totally unique, as it is built from the oak trees destroyed in the 1987 hurricane. Could this be the venue for you?
One of Norfolk’s best-kept secrets, you will have a truly unforgettable wedding day if you decide to choose Applewood Hall. A perfectly balanced mix of rusting and contemporary styles, this venue come with a lot of furry surprises… but we’ll let you discover that on their profile!
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