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To the northeast of London, Essex is an easy distance out of the City by train and road, and the county is home to London’s third airport, Stansted on its western side. Proximity to the capital ensures a mix of modern urban commuter towns and bucolic countryside. Bordered to the south by the Thames Estuary, the 350km coast wanders northeastwards from the picturesque Southend on Sea as far as Harwich. Southend is famous for its Pleasure Pier which at 2.14km long is the longest in the world. There is even a train to take you to the end. In addition to Southend the aforementioned proximity means that the south of the county has many urban settlements such as Basildon, Billericay and Brentwood. Moving northwards you find the county town of Chelmsford, historically an industrial city it has a cathedral and viaduct. The city of Colchester dates back to Roman times, and famous for its Norman Keep. The lands that surround Colchester to the south are the inspiration for the paintings of Constable and the area is dotted with chocolate box villages, streams and farmland. There are 8400 acres of protected lands in Essex, home to forests, beaches, shell banks, salt marshes and an array of wildlife. With a mild climate weather can be changeable. In coastal areas the North Sea means stronger winds can feature. Temperatures can reach up to 22° in July and August, with winters going down to 6°. Photo by Kevin Grieve

15 Wedding Venues in Essex meet your criteria

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Essex, England
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Grade II listed country house hotel, in beautiful parkland, offering high quality service, effortless beauty and flexible packages.
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2-200

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£101.95

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Image of St Pancras Brasserie and Champagne Bar by Searcys
Greater London, England
Our 1920’s, Art Deco style restaurant is a true hidden gem exuding an air of opulence and sophistication. It combines the romance of travel from a bygone era with...
Image of The Westcliff Muthu Hotel
Essex, England

Set high on the Cliff overlooking the Thames Esturary The Westcliff Hotel built in 1891 is an elegant Building with may period features and modern comforts.

Image of St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel
Greater London, England
A Victorian masterpiece restored. Sir John Betjeman called this Gothic treasure "too beautiful and too romantic to survive" in a world of tower blocks and concrete. Its...
Image of 116 Pall Mall
Greater London, England
One of London's most majestic wedding venues. Situated on the site of a former Royal Palace in the heart of the West End, this Grade-I listed building is perfectly positioned...
Image of The Milestone Hotel
Greater London, England
Discover our old world charm, beautiful rich furnishings, exquisite service and outstanding cuisine. Our historic hotel is ideally located opposite Kensington Palace and...
Image of Bromley Court Hotel
Kent, England
We invite you to explore Bromley Court Hotel as we join you on an unforgettable journey from your engagement to the biggest day of your life….. Your wedding day. Our...
Image of Drapers' Hall
Greater London, England
At Drapers’ Hall you are marrying into 500 years of history. Thomas Cromwell chose to build his mansion in this very spot. Centuries and several reincarnations later, our...
Image of RSA House
Greater London, England
Voted one of London's best wedding venues by the Evening Standard. Based in the heart of London’s West End and encapsulating all the splendour of the Georgian era, RSA...
Image of Weddings at Queen Mary
Greater London, England
Our extraordinary venues create a perfect backdrop to ensure you 'WOW' your guests by providing a unique setting for a wedding day like no other! Our dedicated team deliver a...
Image of RIBA at 66 Portland Place
Greater London, England
Celebrate your special day at the Royal Institute of British Architects’ unique London wedding venue on the grand, historic avenue of Portland Place. Our Grade II* listed...
Image of The Caledonian Club
Greater London, England
From the moment you step into this unique building you and your guests will be struck by the understated grand interior design
Image of Sheraton Grand London Park Lane
Greater London, England
Holding your wedding at Sheraton Grand Park Lane means that you can rest assured that we will take care of everything. Immerse yourself in the magic of our 11,000-square-foot...
Image of The London EDITION
Greater London, England
The London EDITION offers both a reinvention of its landmark building and the luxury hotel experience. Located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho, the boutique hotel blends...
Image of No.11 Cavendish Square
Greater London, England
Our stunning Georgian building located in the centre of the West End on Cavendish Square provides an exquisite backdrop to your wedding day, and our bespoke event management...
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Essex

To the northeast of London, Essex is an easy distance out of the City by train and road, and the county is home to London’s third airport, Stansted on its western side. Proximity to the capital ensures a mix of modern urban commuter towns and bucolic countryside. Bordered to the south by the Thames Estuary, the 350km coast wanders northeastwards from the picturesque Southend on Sea as far as Harwich. Southend is famous for its Pleasure Pier which at 2.14km long is the longest in the world. There is even a train to take you to the end. In addition to Southend the aforementioned proximity means that the south of the county has many urban settlements such as Basildon, Billericay and Brentwood. Moving northwards you find the county town of Chelmsford, historically an industrial city it has a cathedral and viaduct. The city of Colchester dates back to Roman times, and famous for its Norman Keep. The lands that surround Colchester to the south are the inspiration for the paintings of Constable and the area is dotted with chocolate box villages, streams and farmland. There are 8400 acres of protected lands in Essex, home to forests, beaches, shell banks, salt marshes and an array of wildlife. With a mild climate weather can be changeable. In coastal areas the North Sea means stronger winds can feature. Temperatures can reach up to 22° in July and August, with winters going down to 6°. Photo by Kevin Grieve

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