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Surrey

Located on London’s doorstep, nestled in the south-east of England, and less than half an hour from central London, Surrey is a diverse place to visit that’s full of surprises around every corner. From award-winning vineyards, modern hotels and restaurants to ancient forests, beautiful waterways, historic towns, charming villages and scenic, rolling hills and valleys, there is something for everyone. Surrey is England's most wooded area, with The Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covering a quarter of the county. This isn’t a remote area, however: Nestled between the trees are some of the most beautiful English gardens in the country. See the south of England’s highest point, Leith Hill, or visit the wide-open fields used in 1215 for the signing of Magna Carta; history abounds in Surrey. Being a southern county, Surrey has mild winters, with lows of only 3° in January, and warm summers with highs of 24° in July. Though the weather can be unpredictable at times, July is the driest month, with October being the wettest. Don’t just consider a summer wedding, however: With a chance of snowfall in the colder months, Surrey can host an incredible winter wedding. Serviced by the A3, M3, M4 and M25, Surrey is easily accessible by road. If travelling by air, both Gatwick and Heathrow are located on the boundary of London and Surrey, with Guildford and Epsom both less than an hours drive. Photo: Roman Fox via Unsplash

5 Wedding Venues in Surrey meet your criteria

Image of Hartsfield Manor
Surrey, England
22 Km from Location
What could be a more idyllic setting for your perfect day than a period mansion house set in the heart of the Surrey countryside? Step inside Hartsfield Manor, Betchworth and...
  • Civil License
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Late License
Capacity
5-180
Avg Price
£110.00
Image of Mercure Box Hill Burford Bridge Hotel
Surrey, England
18 Km from Location
Mercure Box Hill Burford Bridge Hotel is a beautiful barn wedding venue in Surrey with a modern twist. You and your guests will have access to your own entrance, exclusive bar...
  • Parking
  • Outdoor Ceremony
  • Late License
Capacity
15-250
Avg Price
£65.00
Image of The Talbot Ripley
Surrey, England
5 Km from Location
The Talbot, not just a charming coaching inn, but a piece of history and your perfect wedding venue. Our dedicated experienced wedding team are on hand to ensure you have your...
  • Civil License
  • Fully Accessible
  • Guest Accommodation
Capacity
20-150
Avg Price
£58.00
Image of RSA House
Greater London, England
37 Km from Location
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...
  • Pet Friendly
  • Late License
  • Fully Accessible
Capacity
15-220
Avg Price
£150.00
Image of Drapers' Hall
Greater London, England
40 Km from Location
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...
  • Civil License
Capacity
N/A
Avg Price
£85.00
Surrey

Located on London’s doorstep, nestled in the south-east of England, and less than half an hour from central London, Surrey is a diverse place to visit that’s full of surprises around every corner. From award-winning vineyards, modern hotels and restaurants to ancient forests, beautiful waterways, historic towns, charming villages and scenic, rolling hills and valleys, there is something for everyone. Surrey is England's most wooded area, with The Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covering a quarter of the county. This isn’t a remote area, however: Nestled between the trees are some of the most beautiful English gardens in the country. See the south of England’s highest point, Leith Hill, or visit the wide-open fields used in 1215 for the signing of Magna Carta; history abounds in Surrey. Being a southern county, Surrey has mild winters, with lows of only 3° in January, and warm summers with highs of 24° in July. Though the weather can be unpredictable at times, July is the driest month, with October being the wettest. Don’t just consider a summer wedding, however: With a chance of snowfall in the colder months, Surrey can host an incredible winter wedding. Serviced by the A3, M3, M4 and M25, Surrey is easily accessible by road. If travelling by air, both Gatwick and Heathrow are located on the boundary of London and Surrey, with Guildford and Epsom both less than an hours drive. Photo: Roman Fox via Unsplash

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