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Nottinghamshire

Home to legendary Robin Hood, Nottinghamshire is known for its dynamic culture, sporting glory, and historical significance. Based in the East Midlands of England, it is filled with legendary locations like Sherwood Forest, Nottingham Castle and the City of Caves. Coal mining, lace making and textiles are some of the factors that have played a role in this county’s past. Incorporate Nottinghamshire’s local cuisine in your wedding menu like Nottingham Pie and Stilton cheese for an authentic local taste. Nottingham City is a lively and bustling place that has something to do in every corner. There is amazing nightlife with a diverse selection of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. You must visit England’s oldest pub, the Ye Olde Trip to Jerusaleum. The shire is otherwise mainly rural with small villages and farms. Robin Hood fans will definitely want to see the Major Oak at Sherwood Forest. This county is full of country houses and gardens. Transport service in Nottinghamshire is good and it is accessible by air with Notthingham Airport and East Midlands. The M1 skirts the county to the west, offering great connection north and south. If you can picture you and your fiance marrying in this rural region, check out the venues listed below. Photo by Jane Gott on Unsplash

2 Wedding Venues in Nottinghamshire meet your criteria

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Derbyshire, England
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Combined with its very own Grade II listed water wheel, opulent surroundings and contemporary style, complimenting the charm and romance of the English countryside setting, The...

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8-175

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£95.00

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Nottinghamshire, England

The captivating charm of our house, complemented by its lush wooded surroundings, provides an ideal setting for your unforgettable occasion.

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10-110

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Nottinghamshire

Home to legendary Robin Hood, Nottinghamshire is known for its dynamic culture, sporting glory, and historical significance. Based in the East Midlands of England, it is filled with legendary locations like Sherwood Forest, Nottingham Castle and the City of Caves. Coal mining, lace making and textiles are some of the factors that have played a role in this county’s past. Incorporate Nottinghamshire’s local cuisine in your wedding menu like Nottingham Pie and Stilton cheese for an authentic local taste. Nottingham City is a lively and bustling place that has something to do in every corner. There is amazing nightlife with a diverse selection of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. You must visit England’s oldest pub, the Ye Olde Trip to Jerusaleum. The shire is otherwise mainly rural with small villages and farms. Robin Hood fans will definitely want to see the Major Oak at Sherwood Forest. This county is full of country houses and gardens. Transport service in Nottinghamshire is good and it is accessible by air with Notthingham Airport and East Midlands. The M1 skirts the county to the west, offering great connection north and south. If you can picture you and your fiance marrying in this rural region, check out the venues listed below. Photo by Jane Gott on Unsplash

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