The countryside of England is dotted with many wonderful castles that provide ideal romantic wedding venues. Not only are these castles beautiful they also have long and interesting histories that will fascinate you and the guests at you’re wedding. To give you some inspiration here are some of the best romantic wedding venues in England.
Augill Castle

Situated in the open countryside and hills of the Upper Eden Valley is one of the best romantic wedding venues in England. The castle was built in 1841 and complete with fairytale turrets to finish the romance of this setting. This is a relaxed environment and not to stuffy. You will have a friendly welcome and wishes from the staff that hope for you to will feel like you have stayed with friends. Accommodation is very romantic and comfortable ensuring that both you and you’re guests will be happy. It is possible to hire the entire castle for your romantic wedding. Each wedding can be customized to your wishes.

Chillingham Castle

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This is one of England’s most majestic and infamous castles. It has a reputation of being one of the most haunted places in England. The castle dates back to the 13th century and is adorned with paintings and antique furniture. The castle is located in the beautiful Northumberland countryside

Coombe Abbey

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This unique romantic wedding in England was originally a 12th century Cistercian abbey. It is located in central England on 500 acres of pretty parkland. The castle can accommodate both small intimate and large romantic weddings. They have trained staff that are there to specifically work with those planning a wedding at the romantic venue. Some options available for the romantic weddings held at Coombe Abby are coloured silks on tables, personalised menu cards, choice of cake shape, disco and a special bedroom for the bride and groom.

Eastnor Castle

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The stunning castle located in the Malvern Hills provides one of the best secluded romantic wedding venues in England. The estate consists of thousands of acres of parkland that includes woodland, lakes and gardens.

Hazelwood Castle

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Hazelwood is one of England’s most romantic wedding venues and luxury castles. This is also one of the most ancient castles in England being owned by the Vavasours family since the time of the Normans and it is even mentioned in the Domesday Book. The elegant interior and gardens of this castle make it one of the most special romantic wedding venues in England. They have on site wedding co-ordinators to help ensure your special day goes perfectly every step of the way. There are four different romantic wedding packages to choose from including exclusive use of the castle.

Lumley Castle

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The charming country castle provides you and you’re wedding guests idyllic romantic surroundings. The castle dates to the 14th century. The grounds and interior of this castle provide a fairytale romantic wedding venue for your special day. The castle offers wedding planners that will help you get every detail just right. It is possible to hold a small intimate romantic wedding for fifty or less guests or gander sized celebrations of up to 150 guests.

Walworth Castle

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Step back into the grandeur of the 12th century at this romantic English castle. This is a perfect romantic wedding venue set in tranquillity and relaxing countryside. The grounds include woods and manicured lawns, which are perfect for photos. Walworth Castle is located in the north of England, not far from the city of Newcastle.

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