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Marvellous Medieval Wedding Venues

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Marrying at a wedding venue with beautifully preserved medieval features is a dream come true for anyone interested in British history. Take a look at a few venues we’ve carefully selected from the site and prepare to be inspired!

1. The Bishop’s Palace

This beautiful palace is 800 years old and is a truly unique wedding venue in Somerset. Marry here and you will have full access to a medieval vaulted undercroft, the palace long gallery, outdoor terrace area and acres of manicured gardens.

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2. Gainsborough Old Hall

This medieval manor house is set in the heart of the East Midlands, in the rural county of Lincolnshire. If you want a medieval themed wedding, or simply a traditional wedding in a spectacular venue, you won’t be disappointed at Gainsborough Old Hall.

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3. The Great Barn

This stunning 15th century wedding venue is nestled in an idyllic valley, just 8 miles from Exeter. It’s well known as the “thatched cathedral” and offers a medieval courtyard and magical walled gardens which make a great place to hold your champagne reception. This barn is surrounded by the Place Barton private estate and you will be guaranteed an exclusive wedding reception.

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4. Goldsborough Hall

Once the home of Princess Mary, Goldsborough Hall in Yorkshire is a beautifully restored, stately home. With features including a medieval fireplace, 8ft mahogany four posted bed and al fresco wedding ceremony possibilities, this venue has it all. Set in 11 acres of landscaped grounds; couples can relax and enjoy their big day in a unique and unforgettable setting.

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5. Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal

A National Trust property; this breath-taking 900 year old wedding venue is perfect if you’re planning a medieval themed wedding! The ruins of the medieval monastery and the serene elegance of the 18th-century Water Gardens provide unparalleled historical backdrops.

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Amy French
Amy French

Retro and quirky Amy's outlook on life is reflected through her blogs. If you're looking for an alternative look to your wedding have a read of Amy's blogs for inspiration.