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South Yorkshire

Taking in the boroughs of Doncaster, Rotherham, Sheffield and Barnsley this landlocked county borders the east of the Pennine mountain range, part of the Peak District. Fine Gothic architecture, Victorian monuments are in abundance in this once industrialised region. The villages and market towns are awash with old churches, country pubs and even windmills. The Pennines are referred to as the backbone of England, and considered one of the most scenic areas in the country. Rural, and unspoilt, there are lovely drives, gentler trails and more challenging hikes. Stone walls, rolling hills and beautiful vistas are everywhere.

1 Wedding Venues in South Yorkshire meet your criteria

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West Yorkshire, England
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As a 4 star hotel in a scenics setting of rolling parkland with it's own lake and a backdrop of ancient woodland, Waterton Park Hotel and Spa is the perfect place to hold your...

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2-145

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£100.00

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South Yorkshire

Taking in the boroughs of Doncaster, Rotherham, Sheffield and Barnsley this landlocked county borders the east of the Pennine mountain range, part of the Peak District. Fine Gothic architecture, Victorian monuments are in abundance in this once industrialised region. The villages and market towns are awash with old churches, country pubs and even windmills. The Pennines are referred to as the backbone of England, and considered one of the most scenic areas in the country. Rural, and unspoilt, there are lovely drives, gentler trails and more challenging hikes. Stone walls, rolling hills and beautiful vistas are everywhere.

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