Deciding on your ideal wedding venue is an key part of your wedding planning.
There is a huge choice of different venue types in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire including hotels, barns, country manor houses, romantic castles as well as chic city and town centre locations.
Check out these stunning wedding venues and those further afield in our listings below.
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Where are the venues?
Nestled on the edge of the Cotswolds in nine acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and surrounded by woodland sits this recently refurbished, Grade 11 listed, four-star hotel. The main part benefits from a contemporary design while the neighbouring Old House, formerly a Georgian family house, has been restored to its former glory and is a popular choice for weddings with its antique furnishings, sculptures, artwork and magnificent wooden staircase combined with an elegant red carpet.
Located on a charming cobbled street under the ramparts of Windsor Castle, the historic Sir Christopher Wren Hotel boasts a beautifully romantic setting for a wedding venue. Just steps from Eton Bridge and overlooking for River Thames, the surrounding areas make the perfect place for wedding photographs. The Riverside Terrace is exquisitely decorated with greenery and flowers, making a stunning backdrop for a waterside wedding and drinks receptions, and offers stunning views across the river.
Set in the picturesque Oxfordshire countryside, this hotel wedding venue is the ideal place for beautiful pictures its landscaped grounds offer a romantic setting apparent from the moment you drive up the tree-lined driveway to the magnificent stone pillared entrance of The Oxfordshire. The balcony and patio areas give your guests a great view of our famous championship golf course and surroundings. The balcony area also provides a great opportunity for the tossing of the flower bouquet or potential firework display.
Located in the beautiful Medieval town of Buckingham, wedding venue Villiers is a magnificent four-star hotel steeped in history. An elegant house built in the early 1500s, which still retains its ancient cobbled courtyard, it offers a rare balance of relaxed comfort, informal surroundings and impeccable service.
Following an extensive refurbishment, Bucks wedding venue Woughton House, in the Ouzel Valley Park outside Milton Keynes, is perfect for an idyllic countryside wedding. The Clubhouse Suite can accommodate 180 loved ones for a sit-down meal and 250 for an evening reception, and there are 50 stylish bedrooms, including the converted stable Gallery rooms. The intimate, romantic atmosphere of the venue lends itself to possibilities beyond the big day, from pre-wedding get-togethers to anniversary celebrations.
The grand dame of Oxfordshire hotels, The Randolph is a stunning, Gothic-Victorian hotel wedding venue that has been welcoming brides, grooms and guests for more than 150 years. Steeped in history it stands proudly in the heart of Oxford's dreaming spires and is a stunning backdrop for couples looking for a city-centre wedding.
Nestled in the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside, Burnham Beeches Hotel is a wedding venue home to 10 acres of gardens which set a romantic scene of a bygone era with a sprawling lawn to the front and magnificent trees that frame the Georgian house. On its doorstep are the ancient woodlands of Burnham Beeches nature reserve, Windsor Castle, and Ascot racecourse. Formally a hunting lodge for the royal house, this handsome Georgian building with all the classic features of symmetry and proportion built around 1727, is said to have been frequented by famous composers such as Chopin and Mendelssohn.
De Vere Beaumont Estate is a picturesque hotel wedding venue set in the world-famous royal borough of Windsor. Once home to various families of the British aristocracy, there is an air of enchantment that grips you from the moment you arrive. This 44-acre estate of stunning grounds which includes natural ponds, manicured gardens and quirky sculptures; is free for guests and visitors to explore – there's even Hunter wellies available to borrow from reception! Walk down the drive, and this sense of regal company strikes when casting eyes on the English Palladian architecture of the White House building standing tall above the surrounding countryside.
Set in 250 acres of beautiful Berkshire parkland with championship golf course, De Vere Wokefield Estate boasts elegantly manicured lawns with views across the lake – all of which can be explored by guests and visitors when choosing this big-day wedding venue. Offering period features, picturesque gardens and a mansion house filled with history and heritage, it's quite the setting for a dream wedding day!
Nestled in 30 acres of rolling countryside in a small quintessentially British village, the estate has landscaped gardens surrounding the mansion house – an idyllic wedding venue - with sweeping views over the Chess Valley. Latimer Estate really is situated within an area of outstanding natural beauty, from the moment you arrive at the tree-lined drive and you cannot help but be captivated by its grandeur.
This elegant wedding venue in Windsor, Berkshire, is arguably one of the most beautiful buildings in Windsor marrying traditional décor with contemporary features. The hotel has been lovingly restored to preserve its rich history and provides a dreamy big-day backdrop with Windsor Great Park on the doorstep. Ceremonies and receptions take place in the luxurious Windsor Suite, the oldest and largest ballroom in the town. It showcases original chandeliers that have been restored and enhanced with subtle lights and the new silk curtains have been chosen to add a touch of modern styling with the delicate detail on the vaulted ceiling pulling everything together. The Sandringham Suite, with its magnificent feature fireplace, is ideal for more intimate ceremonies and receptions.
This luxurious boutique hotel wedding venue is located in the heart of town surrounded by the Victorian Forbury Gardens and less than a five-minute walk from the Abbey Ruins, a perfect setting for big-day photographs. It's a magnificently restored and modernised listed Edwardian townhouse, originally built in 1911, home to 55 plush bedrooms and suites equipped with Penhaligon's toiletries. The grand entrance offers a red-carpet arrival and the charming staircase that sits under a statement glass chandelier is an ideal spot for big-day photographs.
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