7 Outdoor Wedding Venues in East of England meet your criteria
Outdoor Wedding Venues in East of England
Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club*
Hertfordshire, East of England
Whatever type of wedding you’re planning—from a small, intimate gathering, to a large, extravagant party— Hanbury Manor Marriott Hotel & Country Club is the perfect back-drop. Our stately Jacobean-style hotel is located on 200 sprawling acres of immaculately landscaped grounds and provides the perfect fairy-tale setting for wedding photos you’ll ...
Holkham, Wells-next-the-Sea, UK
Holkham is one of the grandest and most beautiful wedding venues in the country and offers the perfect location to get married in north Norfolk. Home to the Earls of Leicester, this fine 18th century Palladian stately home sits at the centre of a romantic deer park with a lake. ...
Three Rivers Country Club
Stow Road, Cold Norton, Purleigh, Essex
Set in 300 acres of countryside with stunning views, Three Rivers Country Club is an idyllic wedding venue. Three Rivers offer a superb range of bespoke wedding services to help make your dream wedding day come true.
Cheshunt Marriott Hotel
Cheshunt Marriott Hotel Halfhide Lane, Turnford, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, EN10 6NG
Enjoy the best of both worlds at the 4-star Cheshunt Marriott Hotel. We welcome you with a tranquil location in rural Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, yet we are adjacent to the M25 motorway and the fast train, allowing easy access to central London. Relax and unwind in our spacious and contemporary accommodation, ...
The Cedars Hotel & Restaurant
Doubletree by Hilton Cambridge City Centre
Granta Place, Mill Lane, Cambridge
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 one place as the hotel also has 138 bedrooms including a Penthouse Suite.
Bishops Stortford Road, Roxwell, Chelmsford, United Kingdom
The History of Newland Hall The Manor of ‘Newlanda’ belonged to King Harold before the Norman conquest, and was the only land-holding in Roxwell specifically listed in the Domesday Book of 1086. It was so named because it was created out of untamed forest on ‘newly won land’. The land ...