Essex Wedding Venues
170 Queen’s Gate
South Kensington’s best kept secret! This gorgeous, grade ii listed Victorian townhouse is in the heart of London just around the corner from the Royal Albert Hall and Hyde Park. Three traditional banqueting rooms and a private walled garden make 170 Queen’s Gate a fantastic choice for a memorable day and a superb background for amazing wedding pictures.
A great venue if you’re looking for a modern and traditional venue all rolled into one, the. The antique tearoom which belies its Tudor charm, The long avenue of mature trees, excellent for those romantic images of the processional after the service. If youre into Golf then your wedding day is made as well.
The picturesque Colchester Castle is the largest Norman Keep in Europe and sits right in the heart of Colchester, Essex. Wedding ceremonies can be held in the stunning Charles Gray Room, which has huge doors leading on to the gallery. This gorgeous venue promises an unforgettable wedding day in the most amazing location. The castle gardens offer the perfect backdrop for your wedding photos.
Crondon Park Golf and Country Park is set in a peaceful and idyllic surrounding just outside Stock. The grand Baronial Hall is a gorgeous, self-contained venue with its own ceremony room, bridal suite, bar and private garden. Crondon Park is a great location for your perfect day. The gorgeous Essex countryside, a beautiful pond with water lilies and the laid to lawn courtyard with water features offer plenty of scenes for family group shots as well as romantic photos of the newlyweds.
Set within four acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, this gorgeous Georgian manor house boasts spectacular countryside views and is the perfect setting for your big Wedding day
There are wedding venues and there wedding venue’s. Gosfield hall in the heart of the Essex countryside has to rate as one of the best wedding venues in Essex if not the whole country
The Grandiose English country mansion. Gosfield hall has it all. The high ceilings the original massive Georgian windows the Queen Charlotte’s Oak panelled gallery with a 120ft long aisle with loads of natural light. The tudor courtyard and the opulent master bedroom with it’s marble columns and four poster bed. A beautiful wedding suite if ever there was one.A wedding photographer’s dream has to be the master bedroom and it’s reflecting mirrors, the grand staircase, the library, banqueting hall and not to mention the gardens, the list goes on and on
The sweeping drive, manicured lawns and gardens. The Victorian mansion, you know when you’re in a quality wedding venue by the secluded entrance which hides another world. Knowle house in Higham a stone’s throw from the A2, in between Gravesend and Rochester in kent. Originally an 18th century Mansion house with links to Charles Dickens and just around the corner from Gads hill, residence of the former great writer who has so many links to the area.
There’s wedding venue’s and there’s wedding venue’s.
La talbooth wedding
venue has to be one of the more exclusive.
Near the village of Dedham in north Essex, bordering the county of Suffolk, La Talbooth Dedham is a beautiful little wedding venue set on the river Stour.
Three times winner of wedding magazine “Best Wedding Venues”, Leez Priory is a magnificent Tudor mansion in Hartford End, Essex. This gorgeous venue offers 40 acres of parkland, with lakes, lawns and a stunning driveway. Ceremonies can be performed in six licensed settings including the magnificent Great Tower. A superb venue for amazing wedding memories!
There’s lots of wedding venues in Essex and you can’t go far wrong with leez Priory, staff are helpful and wonderful, grounds are stunning, with a summer wedding you can even have your first dance on the lawns, while friends and guests drink champagne and toast your wedding day and a firework display to finish it all off.
This quirky little beachside venue in East Quay, Whitstable Harbour, Kent, boasts amazing views over the sea and is a great location for a romantic, secluded wedding. The original oyster grading room offers a large dining room, dance floor and a stage, as well as a small bar on mezzanine level. The lovely pier and the beach are great settings for beautiful wedding photos – especially at sunset.
Mountains Country House
What a quaint wedding venue. Mountains country house in the heart of the Kent countryside. A Mid Victorian grade 2 listed mansion with some interesting features, listed Minton floor from the 1860’s. The redwood trees from Canada. The laid lawns and permanent wedding Marquee within a stone’s throw of the house all make for a stunning wedding venue.
Parklands, Quendon Hall is an idyllic Georgian country mansion and estate set in the marvellous countryside of Essex. The early 17th century venue offers a drawing room overlooking the picturesque lawns, a grand Banqueting Hall with views of the fountain and a lovely silk-lined Pavilion, which adjoins the house. A perfect location for a perfect wedding.
Quendon between Bishops Stortford and Saffron Walden, quaint typical English country village, Parklands Quendon Hall, an early Georgian 17th century country mansion and estate set in rolling countryside in the heart of Essex.
Quendon Hall is your dedicated wedding venue. This is the place where you go to have your wedding in a typical English village country estate, the deer park view alone makes it all worthwhile.
The manicured lawns, fish pond, water fountain, the large Georgian rooms all with original fittings and ambience to match. Quendon Hall is no mutton dressed up as lamb wedding venue as so many new wedding venues are. Just like Highclere castle from the tv series Downton abbey, Quendon Hall has that ambient feel of a traditional Edwardian Mansion house.