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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.