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Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire, is a county best known for the University of Cambridge with its 31 colleges and a global reputation for excellence. Cambridgeshire also has hundreds of square miles of pristine, untouched wetlands, forming a landscape like no other. If you’re planning an outdoor wedding surrounded by nature, or a classical wedding in a grand setting, you’ll find some of the greenest countryside on the east coast: miles of lush fenland, dotted with historic churches, villages and market towns. Peterborough and its cathedral are notable as is the cathedral. There are stunning views approaching and surrounding the Isle of Ely. Drier than most of England, Cambridgeshire hits its hottest point in July, with an average of 23°. Be careful, however - Cambridgeshire is also home to the highest temperature ever recorded in the UK at 38°, so expect it to get a lot warmer! Even in winter, temperatures stay mild, with an average of 5° in December. Cambridgeshire is well-connected, with two airports in its borders, as well as the M11, A1, and A14 criss-crossing the county. Photo by Jose Llamas via Unsplash

5 Wedding Venues in Cambridgeshire meet your criteria

Image of Quy Mill Hotel & Spa, Cambridge
Cambridgeshire, England
7 Km from Location
Quy Mill Hotel & Spa, Cambridge, offers all you could need for a wonderful wedding celebration. The hotel's quiet riverside location is the perfect setting for your big day.
  • Parking
  • Leisure Centre
  • Kosher Catering
Capacity
10-120
Avg Price
£95.00
Image of Peterborough Marriott Hotel
Cambridgeshire, England
50 Km from Location
It’s the day you’ve been dreaming of. Make every moment unforgettable with the perfect backdrop to say “I do”, delicious food intricately crafted by our...
  • Parking
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Civil License
Capacity
10-220
Avg Price
N/A
Image of Graduate Cambridge
Cambridgeshire, England
2 Km from Location
Say I Do in a unique waterfront location in central Cambridge city centre. Fully licensed for up to 160 guests, indoors and outdoors, you can hold your entire wedding day in...
  • Civil License
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Outdoor Ceremony
Capacity
10-250
Avg Price
£60.00
Image of Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club
Hertfordshire, England
43 Km from Location
Whatever type of wedding you’re planning—from a small, intimate gathering, to a large, extravagant party— Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club is...
  • Civil License
  • Golf
  • Guest Accommodation
Capacity
2-180
Avg Price
£115.00
Image of Letchworth Hall Hotel
Hertfordshire, England
36 Km from Location
Built in 1625, this historic Hotel provides the perfect setting for your special day. The Hotel still retains many of its original features and sits in 8 acres of beautifully...
  • Civil License
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Outdoor Ceremony
Capacity
10-250
Avg Price
£79.00
Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire, is a county best known for the University of Cambridge with its 31 colleges and a global reputation for excellence. Cambridgeshire also has hundreds of square miles of pristine, untouched wetlands, forming a landscape like no other. If you’re planning an outdoor wedding surrounded by nature, or a classical wedding in a grand setting, you’ll find some of the greenest countryside on the east coast: miles of lush fenland, dotted with historic churches, villages and market towns. Peterborough and its cathedral are notable as is the cathedral. There are stunning views approaching and surrounding the Isle of Ely. Drier than most of England, Cambridgeshire hits its hottest point in July, with an average of 23°. Be careful, however - Cambridgeshire is also home to the highest temperature ever recorded in the UK at 38°, so expect it to get a lot warmer! Even in winter, temperatures stay mild, with an average of 5° in December. Cambridgeshire is well-connected, with two airports in its borders, as well as the M11, A1, and A14 criss-crossing the county. Photo by Jose Llamas via Unsplash

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