5 of the Best UK Wedding Venues | Jaeger Journal
Achnagairn Castle, Inverness

Achnagairn Castle, Inverness

No fairy-tale wedding is complete without a castle, and this spectacular fort ‒ set on the stunning Achnagairn Estate in the Scottish Highlands ‒ won’t disappoint. Whether you get married in the beautiful vaulted ballroom, landscaped gardens or hire out the whole castle (complete with 21 luxury suites, elegant reception rooms and sprawling grounds), it’s the perfect setting to play out your very own Cinderella moment. Plus, if you need more accommodation for tipsy guests there are a further seven luxury lodges in the grounds.

perfect-manors.com
Boheme, Somerset

Boheme, Somerset

Looking for something a little more rustic? Cue this 16th-century former cider press. Sitting pretty in 100 acres of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this bohemian farmhouse centres on a Tuscan-style courtyard (complete with twinkling olive trees). The venue doesn’t currently have a marriage licence, but with neighbouring hamlets such as ‘Appley’ and ‘Kittisford’ we don’t think you’ll struggle to find a lovely little local church. And, if you’re feeling a little stressed before the big day you can relax in the indoor heated pool or enjoy a spot of yoga on the lawn.

uniquehomestays.com
Kew Gardens, Richmond

Kew Gardens, Richmond

From exotic flowers and beautiful plants to historic buildings and sparkling glasshouses, The Royal Botanic Gardens (now a grand age of 250) is the perfect spot for a summer ceremony. Can’t decide which of Kew’s picture-perfect venues to choose from (there are five in total)? Luckily, you don’t have to. With its multi-venue hire option you can say your vows in the light and airy Nash Conservatory, sip Prosecco in the Prince of Wales Conservatory, and dine and dance in the breath-taking Orangery. So, it’s like three weddings in one: brilliant.

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The Gallivant, Rye

The Gallivant, Rye

This laid-back venue was designed for the bride that likes to be beside the seaside. Perched behind the golden dunes of Camber Sands beach in East Sussex, it boasts all the style and charm of a New England Beach House and can host anything from 20 to 120 bare-footed guests. From the canapés delivered in picnic baskets to the funky flip flops, every detail brilliantly captures its relaxed, coastal surroundings. We love the Beach Hut Marquee, which is appropriately decked out with driftwood tables, twinkling lanterns and beach bunting.

thegallivant.co.uk
Roman Baths, Bath

Roman Baths, Bath

The torch-lit waters of the world-famous, 2,000 year-old baths are a truly magical place to say ‘I do’ ‒ especially at sunrise or sunset. Sunrise ceremonies at The Great Bath start at 8.30am, and are followed by breakfast in the chandelier-bedecked Pump Room Restaurant (accompanied by the musically-blessed Pump Room Trio). If, like us, you’re not a morning person, then the sunset ceremony at 7.30pm is equally romantic and is followed by drinks around the Roman ruins and dancing in the incredible, vaulted ceiling Reception Hall.

romanbaths.co.uk

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