This beautifully rustic wedding venue is surrounded by acres of luscious green countryside. Bartholomew Barn is licensed for ceremonies and can accommodate up to 100 guests for seated dining. Outside caterers are welcomed at the barn, enabling you to source a caterer of your choice to suit your budget.
The romantic redbrick barn is located in the picturesque village of Shrawley. The barn is licensed for ceremonies in the chapel-like Granary Barn, and couples can stay overnight in the luxurious Granary Cottage. Curradine Barns is currently offering £1000 off all remaining wedding dates up to and including 31st March 2013, which reduces some rates from £2,645 to £1,645 depending on the time of year and day of the week.
A pretty barn wedding venue licensed for wedding ceremonies, both inside and outside, that can seat up to 180 guests for seated dining. Being close to London, Lains Barn is perfect for the city bride looking for a country setting for her special day. With exclusive hire starting from just £1,500 in 2013, it’s certainly a trip worth making.
The drive leading up to this stylish and elegant wedding venue will be enough to make you fall in love. Gaynes Park has some amazing special offers: £1,500 off the location fee plus Fine Food packages available at non-peak rates for all remaining Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays in November and December 2012.
This magnificent country house offers a picturesque setting for your wedding ceremony and reception. Exchange vows on the romantic Island Temple on Ardington’s lake and enjoy your wedding breakfast and reception in the venue’s marquee with Ardington House as your backdrop. Exclusive hire of the venue’s house and gardens, plus a marquee for up to 200 people (including menu cards, place cards, table flowers and a fully equipped bar) starts from just £2,500.
Article by Wedding Venue Advisor Tania Barnes
Images courtesy of:
The Curradine Barns: Rob Gillespie Photography
Ardington House: Graham Nixon Photography
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