Buckinghamshire has everything a bride and groom could want from a wedding venue, whether you want something large or small, traditional or unique.
Horwood House Hotel near Milton Keynes is a magical manor house with newly refurbished extension for a show stopping wedding with picture-perfect back drop. Set in 38 acres of beautiful grounds, you can choose to hold your wedding outdoors too. Why not attend their wedding open evening on 27th July?
Whether you’re planning a lavish party for 120 guests or an intimate affair for just close friends and family; the elegant architecture, stunning landscaped gardens and luxurious spa at Danesfield House near Marlow provide the perfect ingredients for your special day. See for yourself at their wedding fair on 17th September. Or north of the county, head to Villiers Hotel – the only licensed Wedding venue in Buckingham Town centre - and enjoy a bespoke wedding created especially for you by experienced planners. Enjoy the romance of your special day in this stunning wedding venue with an historic and ornate ballroom. They can also accommodate smaller weddings in the wood panelled Court Room – just perfect for a more intimate ceremony. As a 12th century former medieval abbey, set amidst beautiful Chiltern grounds, Missenden Abbey blends a historic building with a purpose-built conference and function centre, boasting 57 en-suite bedrooms, providing an ideal venue for weddings.
The beautiful grounds of Hartwell House with its romantic location by the lake make the perfect wedding venue. Home to Louis XVIII of France whilst in exile, you're guaranteed an opulent stylish wedding to remember. West Wycombe Park, a Palladian gem, is often used for filming period dramas with its romantic setting, extensive parkland and lake. The house boosts sumptious interiors and the grounds and parkland are picaresque and private. If getting married in a Tudor-style manor house sounds more like your thing then Pendley Manor, set in 35 acres of parkland, should be on your list, or there’s Hedsor House, a Georgian country mansion set in almost 100 acres of glorious parkland.
For a charming, rural touch to proceedings, consider the Harvest Moon Barn with its picturesque setting in the garden of the Listed 17th Century Winter’s Tale Farmhouse. For a modern venue, consider The Brushwood Suite in Princes Risborough, perfectly located at the gateway to the Chilterns with excellent transport links. The Suite benefits from a commercial kitchen, licensed designated bar, and dedicated modern toilets and accessible facilities. Bi-folding doors open onto an outdoor patio overlooking the tranquil green space of Wades Park for when the weather is fine.
Finally, if you like your wedding locations unique, try the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, complete with a glass roof venue and vintage trains on display. You can even arrive for your wedding by steam train! Or how about the Chiltern Open Air Museum; with its Iron Age roundhouse and medieval barns it’s the perfect venue for a quirky, vintage, shabby chic, rustic or historic-themed wedding reception. Castle Hill House, the home of Wycombe Museum, has been hosting weddings and creating happy marriages for over 120 years.