Unusual Wedding Venues in the UK
Getting married in the UK and looking to celebrate somewhere a little out of the ordinary? As well as boasting plenty of traditional churches and hotels where you can have your wedding, there are plenty of places throughout the nation where you can say 'I do' in a slightly more unusual setting.
Want a really grand British wedding? Thanks to our rich and interesting history, there are plenty of historic castle up and down the country that make perfect wedding locations. Why not consider tying the not at Berkshire's medieval Berkeley Castle, the Gothic Allerton Castle in North Yorkshire or award-winning Guthrie Castle in Scotland? For those who don't mind braving the elements, ruins like those at Sudeley Castle or Slaugham Place make a really romantic backdrop for your wedding.
Love the great outdoors? Why not get back to nature and enjoy a ceremony at one of the UK's popular 'glamping' sites. You can provide comfortable yurts for your guests to sleep in, with many sites offering large communal spaces for celebrations and evening entertainment. Or how about a wedding by the coast? Places like Tunnels Beaches in Devon and Orocco Pier in Edinburgh offer the chance to get married within sight of the waves, while Spitbank Fort in the Solent offers wedding packages in a luxuriously converted sea fort for the truly adventurous.
Still not unusual enough for you? The UK also offers the chance to get married in a whole host of weird and wonderful locations, from science centres and zoos to steam trains and football stadiums. So when you're planning your big day, your imagination really is the only limit!