Winner in the UK Wedding Awards 2017 for Best City Wedding Venue in the UK.
"I know everyone says it's the best day of their lives, but it was and this is down to the beautiful venue, amazing staff and perfect food. You don't deliver a wedding, you deliver an experience of a lifetime!" Gemma Davidson
Originally built for assemblies in 1771, guests would gather in the rooms in the evening for balls, concerts and other social functions. Now owned by the National Trust, the Grade I Listed Assembly Rooms remains at the social heart of the city as the building can be privately hired for events, including wedding ceremonies and receptions. Unlike many wedding venues, the building has four large, interconnecting rooms allowing space for ceremony, drinks reception and wedding breakfast. The main rooms are inspiring and romantic and provide the perfect backdrop for wedding photographs. The lofty, elegant spaces have high ceilings, glittering chandeliers and intricate plasterwork.
Not only is the venue stunning, it has historic links to Jane Austen, Charles Dickens and the White House in America.
We have some incredible wedding offers on our website including our Winter Romance Package from January to March 2018, enjoy 20% off venue hire and a special menu package, from the esteemed caterer Searcys. For further information please see our website.
All catering in the Assembly Rooms is provided by our contracted caterers Searcys, who have built up an enviable reputation for wonderful food and service. Please visit www.searcys.co.uk
Directions by car:
The centre of Bath is within easy walking distance for able-bodied people using the Park and Ride or any city centre car park. Park and Ride facilities are open Monday-Saturday 06.30 to 20.30.
FROM THE M4:
Leave the M4 at Junction 18 and take the A46 towards Bath.
Alternatively, follow the brown traffic signs saying 'Roman Baths' along the A46 and A4 to Bath and then the Roman helmet symbol to Charlotte Street car park.
Directions by public transport:
TRAIN - Bath is an excellent city to visit by rail. The station is called BATH SPA. There are frequent high-speed connections to London Paddington. For a slower service that is likely to be cheaper, try London Waterloo.
Major cities such as Birmingham and Manchester have frequent services via Bristol. The south coast ports of Southampton and Portsmouth have direct services by train.
Make your special day one to remember in Bath’s Historic Venues. Imagine your ceremony in a stunning Georgian venue, a wedding reception amid the steam and torchlight of the Roman Baths followed by a reception or party in the elegant Pump Room.