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Cumbria

Bordering Scotland, Cumbria has lots in common with its eastern cousin Northumberland, with mountainous terrain, a long and wild coastline, and a quiet, rural atmosphere. However, Cumbria also has the beauty of the Lake district (a UNESCO World Heritage site of outstanding beauty) and the Yorkshire Dales in the south, making Cumbria one of the most beautiful counties in England. Getting to Cumbria is easy through the A6, A66 and A69, with Blackpool, Manchester and Liverpool Airports all within an hour’s drive. Despite its northern location, Cumbria averages 19° in July and August, with hours of sunshine rivalling the midlands. Winters can bite, however, with temperatures of ~2° December-February. Photo by Joy Roxas on Unsplash

1 Wedding Venues in Cumbria meet your criteria

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Cumbria, England
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Nestled within Kendal's enchanting market town in the scenic Lake District, Castle Green Hotel stands as a luxurious 4-star wedding venue set amidst 14 acres of stunning...

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2-250

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£85.00

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Cumbria

Bordering Scotland, Cumbria has lots in common with its eastern cousin Northumberland, with mountainous terrain, a long and wild coastline, and a quiet, rural atmosphere. However, Cumbria also has the beauty of the Lake district (a UNESCO World Heritage site of outstanding beauty) and the Yorkshire Dales in the south, making Cumbria one of the most beautiful counties in England. Getting to Cumbria is easy through the A6, A66 and A69, with Blackpool, Manchester and Liverpool Airports all within an hour’s drive. Despite its northern location, Cumbria averages 19° in July and August, with hours of sunshine rivalling the midlands. Winters can bite, however, with temperatures of ~2° December-February. Photo by Joy Roxas on Unsplash

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