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Iconic Wedding Venues from Film and Television

THE MOST ICONIC WEDDING VENUES FROM FILM & TV ToTaoToooToolaT BBB HIGHCLERE CASTLE Highclere Park, Newbury Featured in films Located in Berkshire Featured on 5,000 аcre One of the UK's most recognisable locations due to it playing a prominent role in the hit BBC series 'Downton Abbey'. Highclere Castle boasts The Saloon, which is fully licensed for civil marriage ceremonies, and the whole castle can be booked for exclusive use for your big day. They can accomodate small ceremonies and large receptions, up to 140 guests. television site Stunning Open to the public Licensed for In-house weddings caterers gardens !! CHATSWORTH HOUSE Bakewell, Derbyshire 目 Featured in films Featured on television Featured in literature Home to famous art Repeatedly voted the UK's favourite country house, Chatsworth is particularly famous for featuring in Pride & Prejudice, both the book and the 2005 film. As a wedding venue, the Painted Hall is licensed to hold civil ceremonies and civil partnerships, allowing couples to say 1 do' on the steps of the Great Stairs. There are several packages available, catering to weddings of all sizes. Stunning Open to the public Licensed for weddings In-house caterers gardens ■ 團 GROOMBRIDGE PLACE Tunbridge Wells, Kent Featured in Featured in films Outdoor Located in Kent The privately owned Groombridge Place Estate has featured in books and films including Valley of Fear, The Day of the Triffids and the Joe Wright film adaptation of Pride & Prejudice. As a wedding venue, ceremonies take place in the majestic Baronial Hall adjacent to the main house, and then dining and receptons are held in The Orchard Hall or on the beautiful Marquee Lawn. literature adventure area Licensed for weddings Stunning gardens Closed to the In-house caterers public DURHAM CASTLE Durham Featured in films Grade I listed castle Multiple Located in This world famous Normal castle in Durham is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is best known among film goers for featuring in the Harry Potter films. Couples can get married in the historic castle, and their in-house catering team can provide a three- course wedding breakfast, drinks receptions and an overnight stay for the bride and groom. venues Durham Guided public Licensed for In-house UNESCO World Heritage Site tours weddings caterers KENWOOD HOUSE Hampstead, London Featured in Featured in literature English Heritage site Located in London A stately home located at the heart of Hampstead, this beautiful mansion features in Notting Hill and the Jane Austen adaptation Mansfield Park, as well as in Zadie Smith's novel Swing Time. As a wedding venue, ceremonies are held in the Orangery, with receptions either in the beautiful Old Kitchen or in a marquee located out in the Flower Garden. films Stunning gardens Licensed for Open to the public In-house weddings caterers HAMPDEN HOUSE Great Hampden, Buckinghamshire Featured in films 350 acres of Featured on television Located in A Grade I listed building in the village of Great Hampden, the house will be familiar with horror fans, featuring in numerous titles from the Hammer film company, including the 1980 Hammer House of Horrors TV series. Today it is still used for filming, and the state rooms can be hired for weddings. It boasts full bar facilities, privately owned parkland and marquee for dining. parklands Buckinghamshire Closed to the public Licensed for weddings Stunning gardens Grade I listed SOMERSET HOUSE The Strand, London Views of Featured in films Located in London Featured on One of the most popular locations in London, Somerset House has featured in scores of films over the years, including Sleepy Hollow, Goldeneye and the opening scenes of Love Actually. It is licensed for weddings, although generally doesn't hold the reception. It has numerous rooms and wings available for hire however, ranging from 80 people for lunch to 1500 in a marquee. television The Thames Open to the Licensed for In-house Central London public weddings caterers location BROCKET HALL Hatfield, Hertfordshire Featured in Featured on 543 acre site Located in Hatfield A Grade I listed country house in a large park, the estate has two golf courses and seven smaller listed buildings. It has featured in both film and TV, including Pride and Prejudice, The Queen, Night of the Demon, Inspector Morse and even EastEnders. It is fully licensed for weddings and weddings take place in the Ballroom, with receptions in the Boardroom for up to 200 guests. films television Open to the public Licensed for weddings Service of a Stunning gardens Head Butler OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE Greenwich, London Featured in films Featured on Assigned event television Located in London The architectural centrepiece of Maritime Greenwich, the Old Royal Naval College is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Called the 'most popular filming location in the world' by Empire magazine, it has featured in Cinderella, Les Miserables, Skyfall, Four Weddings and a Funeral and Pirates of the Caribbean. Weddings take place in either the Painted Hall or the Admiral's House for smaller affairs. manager UNESCO World Heritage Site Open to the Licensed for In-house public weddings caterers THEBESTMANSPEECH.COM O 斜 日 日

Iconic Wedding Venues from Film and Television

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