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Somerset

One of the larger English historic English counties, Somerset is bordered by Bristol Channel to the northwest, Gloucestershire by the north, Wiltshire to the east, Dorset by the southeast, and Devon by the southwest. Covering a wide range of environments and picturesque landscapes, this county has stunning beaches, green countryside, lakes, woodlands, and much more. Locals today still find hidden gems within Somerset’s wildflower meadows, ancient wells, beach waterfalls, unique carvings, and underground reservoirs. A few well known landmarks include Glastonbury, Cheddar Gorge, Wells Cathedral, and Exmoor. From its stunning views through the countryside to its sandy beaches, let's not forget about food, Somerset is known for its strawberries, cheddar cheese and cider. Last but not least, this Somerset is also famous for Mulberry handbags, carnivals, the Glastonbury Festival, and Arthurian legends.

2 Wedding Venues in Somerset meet your criteria

Image of Backwell House
Somerset, England - 38 Km from Location
10 Reviews
Allow us to make your day truly memorable. At Backwell use you can use our venue to host your complete ceremony and wedding breakfast or banquet, we are sure you will find...

 Capacity

20-100

 Price

£95.00

What this venue offers

  • Civil License
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Parking
Image of Bridge House Hotel Beaminster
Dorset, England - 36 Km from Location
Bridge House is simply unique - the combination of an ancient, intimate and truly romantic building with simply amazing, original food and unpretentious, personal service. The...
Somerset

One of the larger English historic English counties, Somerset is bordered by Bristol Channel to the northwest, Gloucestershire by the north, Wiltshire to the east, Dorset by the southeast, and Devon by the southwest. Covering a wide range of environments and picturesque landscapes, this county has stunning beaches, green countryside, lakes, woodlands, and much more. Locals today still find hidden gems within Somerset’s wildflower meadows, ancient wells, beach waterfalls, unique carvings, and underground reservoirs. A few well known landmarks include Glastonbury, Cheddar Gorge, Wells Cathedral, and Exmoor. From its stunning views through the countryside to its sandy beaches, let's not forget about food, Somerset is known for its strawberries, cheddar cheese and cider. Last but not least, this Somerset is also famous for Mulberry handbags, carnivals, the Glastonbury Festival, and Arthurian legends.

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