Aviator Hotel Farnborough Hampshire wedding venue

Aviator Hotel Farnborough Hampshire wedding venue

If your tastes run to the ultra-modern rather than the traditional, then the Aviator Hotel in Farnborough Hampshire may just be the perfect place for your wedding celebration. From the sweeping modern lines of the exterior to the stylish but comfortable interior, it’s definitely different from most hotels and country wedding venues.

The hotel is owned by TAG Group, whose other ventures include TAG-Heuer luxury watches and sponsorship of the Williams and McLaren Formula One racing teams. They also own Farnborough Airport which is adjacent to the hotel (handy if your guests are flying in by private jet!) (more…)

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Langshott Manor Surrey wedding venue

Langshott Manor Surrey wedding venue

If your idea of a perfect wedding venue is an Elizabethan manor house set in landscaped gardens in the Surrey countryside, but still within easy reach of London, then take a look at Langshott Manor, near Horley in Surrey.

Built in the 16th century, it combines the modern amenities you would expect with traditional features such as red-brick walls, oak beams, four-poster beds, and open fires. (more…)

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Landmark Hotel London wedding venue

The Landmark Hotel London is a deservedly popular wedding venue in Marylebone – combining a central location, some old-world glamour and style, and a stunning modern glass-roofed atrium.

Once upon a time it was the Great Central Hotel, serving nearby Marylebone station, terminus of the Great Central Railway, and the last of the major London railway hotels to be built (it opened in 1899), in the Gothic Revival style. (more…)

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Gosfield Hall Essex wedding venue

Gosfield Hall was built in 1545 by Sir John Wentworth, who was a member of the household of Cardinal Wolsey.

Gosfield is a Grade 1 listed building that was visited by Queen Elizabeth I. The exterior looks newer as it was remodelled in the 18th century, as was the Grand Salon, but the central courtyard still retains the old Tudor style. Later Gosfield Hall was the home of King Louis XVIII of France after the French revolution.

Nowadays of course it’s one of Essex’s finest venues for civil ceremonies and wedding receptions. (more…)

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