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Wedding Venues in East Riding of Yorkshire

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Wedding venues in the East Riding of Yorkshire could be on the coast, in the Yorkshire Wolds, on the north side of the Humber estuary or the romantic Vale of York. The variety of landscape in East Yorkshire extends to the civil wedding locations too. Perhaps the least known part of Yorkshire, the East Riding has a great stretch of coast all the way from Flamborough Head in the north to Spurn Point in the south. The seaside wedding venue might be in Bridlington or it could be in Hornsea or Withernsea. Wherever you choose, seaside fun on your big day could be for you. Gorgeous as the Yorkshire coast is, perhaps the jewel in the East Riding's crown is Beverley, the wonderful minster town. So where are the best wedding venues in Yorkshire? East Yorkshire could be just the place.

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Main image: Tickton Grange Hotel
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Main image: Walcot Hall

East Riding of Yorkshire

Walcot Hall

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Main image: Beverley Racecourse

East Riding of Yorkshire

Beverley Racecourse

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Main image: Rudstone Walk

East Riding of Yorkshire

Rudstone Walk

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Main image: Folly Field

East Riding of Yorkshire

Folly Field

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Main image: Aldby Park

East Riding of Yorkshire

Aldby Park

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Main image: Rookery Wolds

East Riding of Yorkshire

Rookery Wolds

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Main image: Angel Suite

East Riding of Yorkshire

Angel Suite

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Main image: Newstead Priory

East Riding of Yorkshire

Newstead Priory

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Main image: Ealand Gate

East Riding of Yorkshire

Ealand Gate

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Main image: Sandburn Hall

East Riding of Yorkshire

Sandburn Hall

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Main image: Cleatham Hall

East Riding of Yorkshire

Cleatham Hall

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Main image: Hilton York

East Riding of Yorkshire

Hilton York

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Main image: Hotel du Vin York

East Riding of Yorkshire

Hotel du Vin York

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