Looking for an unusual wedding venue? One with that certain Je ne sais quoi?! Something a little quirky will forever be in your guests memories and with this in mind, we have hand selected some of the most unique and unusual venues we think you’ll love!
Unique and magical, Melville Castle is set in the idyllic countryside outside Edinburgh. Built in 1786 by Henry Dundas, the castle is an extremely romantic setting for your nuptials. Hosting weddings with a maximum of 200 guests, Melville Castle has extensive grounds for your family and friends to enjoy during your big day. Famous for visits from Mary Queen of Scots and Queen Victoria, this venue is clearly fit for royalty.
Walk up the aisle in the magnificent ballroom as if featuring in your own Disney film followed by a classic wedding breakfast in the Viscount room. Dine upon Scottish fare with a classic French twist or Melville Castle’s chef is happy to make a bespoke menu for your party. Use the on-site wedding planner for help in the run up to your big day.
Did you ever in your wildest dreams think you would be having the biggest day of your life a quarter mile out to sea?! It’s not quite as crazy as it sounds as unique venue, the Grand Pier, has spectacular views of Weston Super Mare’s seafront and is a fantastic place for a wedding day with a difference. Choose from a range of wedding suites; The Regency Suite, The Tiffany Room or the North Tower. With many versatile rooms to choose from, make your day the way you want it! Take advantage of the on-site wedding co-ordinator, to help you perfect your wedding day. As for the food, The Grand Pier has a combination of fanciful and seaside classics. For a relaxed and ‘dig-in’ atmosphere, select one of the buffet menus to tuck into pulled pork rolls, fish and chips, sausage rolls, chips and much more!
The Roman Baths have always been an admired historical monument but I bet you didn’t know you could say your vows at this lovely location? Set in the heart of Bath, The Roman Baths attract thousands of visitors every year. Available all year round, the baths have fantastic architecture and holding intimate gatherings as well as larger wedding parties. Have your ceremony in the Great Bath followed by a celebratory party in the Kingston Room. With picturesque views over Bath Abbey, this venue is to die for! Provided by contracted caterers, the fare at this venue is renowned with excellent customer service.
Set within 50 acres of rolling woodland, Tournerbury on Hayling Island, Hampshire, is one to consider. This exceptional venue brings a new meaning to outdoor wedding! Tournerbury sits upon a private seashore in a peaceful tidal creek in one of England’s stunning natural harbours, known for being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It offers both tranquillity and privacy. As this is a marquee venue, the possibilities are endless. Line the trees with sweeping fairy lights, have an outside picnic dinner with light bites or light a fire above the dramatic backdrop of the seascape.
A mile off shore is the magnificent sea fortress, No Man’s Fort. This iconic venue ticks all the boxes! Never has the word ‘isolation’ been more apt! With an attached helipad, No Man’s Fort sits in fabulous isolation from the rest of the country. Exclusive yet romantic, watch the waves crash against the imposing architecture during your ceremony in the Rooftop Deck. Featuring in Doctor Who episode ‘The Sea Devils’, this elite venue even boasts a Cabaret Bar. Having your wedding at sea… who thought it!?
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