This weeks Pinterest Weekly post features some of the best examples of country house wedding venues that we found on Pinterest in the past week. All the venues featured below are truly stunning and would make an incredible place to have your special day. We’ve added links to the venue’s own websites – their galleries are well worth a further look!
We’ve also included the prices of each venue hire, as well as our price guide indicator (which does also consider whether the price includes catering). For our price guide and what is means, take a look here
This first picture is Westonbirt House, an Elizabethan style, Grade I listed building in Gloucestershire.
The second venue is Moor Park Golf Club, a Grade I listed Palladian Mansion. The current style of the building dates back to the 1700s.
Tortworth Court Hotel can be found in Gloucestershire and is a Tudor style country house built in the mid 1800s. It is a Grade II listed property.
Marlston House is actually a prep school, but is available for weddings during school holidays. What an incredible place to study, let alone get married! The house was built at the end of the 19th Century.
The next picture is from Northbrook Park, a venue located in Surrey. The manor house is 18th Century, Grade II listed and set within 120 acres of parkland.
Our final venue is Coombe Lodge, a Jacobean style home, built between 1928-1932. This is a truly stunning venue.
There are certainly cheaper options for your wedding venue, but if you have your heart set on a country house, there are definitely a range of prices, as these venues above show. Obviously always check exactly what you are getting for your cash; does the price include catering, drinks, costs of the ceremony itself, and exclusive use?
Which is your favourite of the above houses? Are there any others you know of that are just as amazing? Let us know!