Getting married is a serious business, so pick the perfect venue for your big day. There is so much choice in the Cotswolds.
Civil ceremonies are becoming popular. See this report for information: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/civil-ceremonies-on-the-rise.
First decide on your setting, then look at the list below.
If you are considering a Hotel Wedding Venue in Gloucester, then take a look at https://www.hatton-court.co.uk/gloucester-cotswolds-weddings.
Relaxed Rural Setting
Stone Barn, Upper Windrush, Cheltenham
This is right in the middle of the Cotswolds near Burford and Northleach. There is a simple stone barn attached to a big Dutch barn. This contains probably the biggest barbecue you will have ever seen.
Caswell House, Brize Norton, Oxfordshire
This is another barn setting with amazing views over the hills. Caswell House has a historic orchard, lawns and a moat. There are indoor and outdoor options available for the ceremony.
The Great Tythe Barn, Tetbury
This is a Grade 2 listed Tythe barn with six venues available. 200 guests can be accommodated, with self-catering options for over-night stays. For evening receptions, 350 guests can be catered for.
Country House Style
Lords of the Manor, Upper Slaughter
Dating back to the 17th century, this is a Michelin-starred dining hotel. There is a range of options, including a garden room and a conservatory.
Tortworth Court Four Pillars Hotel, Tortworth
A Grade 2 listed Victorian mansion within 30 acres of land. Venues include the Orangery, the Atrium and the Marquee.
Wesley House, Winchcombe
This is a 15th-century merchant’s house in the Anglo-Saxon town of Winchcombe.
Ellenborough Park, Cheltenham
A five-star 15th-century manor house which caters for from 12 to 150 people. There is the option of hiring Ellenbrough Park exclusively.
The Walton Hall Hotel, Warwickshire
A Grade 2 listed country house set in 65 acres. It has a church, three function rooms and a private bar.
Quirky and Original
Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
A truly original venue. Guests have the use of one the many galleries as a stunning backdrop. All events support the work of the museum.
The Lygon Arms, Broadway
This is a coaching inn built in the 14th century. Broadway is a beautiful village and would be perfect for anyone seeking something a little different in terms of a wedding venue.