Wedding Venues in the South West of England

Looking to get married in the South West of England?

Congratulations!  How lucky are you!? 

The South West is a beautiful part of the country. It's where superb venues and stunning scenery meet. 

And we should know because we list SW venues in the Pink Wedding Days directory.

The South West includes Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. On top of that it is home to 4 world heritage sites: the City of Bath, Cornwall and Devon Mining Landscape, The Jurassic Coast, and Stonehenge and Avebury. 

It’s the collective home of some of Britain’s best-known food and drink: Cream teas, cider, pasties and cheese.

It boasts two national parks (and a portion of the New Forest falls in its boundary, too). And it has the longest stretch of coastline in England.

The South West boasts seven mainland railways, a good connection to the West Midlands and London via motorways and several airports. 

But what about the venues?

The Best Western Cheltenham Regency Hotel has recently benefitted from a £3 million refurbishment and is in the heart of the beautiful of regency town Cheltenham Spa. 

The Lord Bute Boutique Hotel and Restaurant in Christchurch is an amazing space perfect both from more intimate celebrations as well as lavish celebrations. 

Stonehouse Court is a 36 bedroom 17th Century manor house in six acres overlooking the Stroud valley.  If you want picturesque, then this has it in spades. 

Tortworth Court in Wotton-under-Edge is a Grade II listed Victorian mansion in gorgeous Gloucestershire conveniently close to Bristol. 

Highbullen Hotel Golf and Country Club in North Devon is an award-winning venue. Their brand new functions and events venue, The Palazzo, has been styled to reflect local Roman heritage. 

Whether you want a wedding for ten guests or 200, the Oceana hotels in Bournemouth can cater for you.  Located in the beautiful East Cliff area, you'll be married overlooking the ocean. 

The Cotswolds is a picturesque part of the country, and the Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars is no exception. This four-star hotel has spa facilities overlooking a lake and is surrounded by stunning countryside. 

Nothing says Bristol like the Avon Gorge and Brunel's suspension bridge, and they'll be your backdrop if you pick to get married at the Avon Gorge Hotel.  The venue can host 10 to 80 guests in the day and up to 120 in the evening. 

The Mercure Bristol North The Grange is a 19th-century bath stone manor house in 18 acres of landscaped gardens. Bristol is only 17 minutes away by car. 

Exeter Golf and Country club is a Georgian house located in a leafy green area of Exeter. There are large shuttered windows, chandeliers and embellished ceilings throughout.  

And last but by no means least...

Ston Eastern Park Hotel near Bath is a beautiful 18th-century Palladian mansion set in 36 acres of idyllic countryside. This beautiful venue has to be one of Somerset's most romantic places to say "I do".

Where have you booked for your wedding? Or have you already got married in one of these fantastic venues. Let us know, we'd love to hear your comments!

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