Choosing the perfect East Anglian wedding venue is an exciting part of your wedding planning. There is a huge choice of venue types in East Anglia covering Norfolk, Suffolk, Ipswich, Norwich, Cambridge, Peterborough, Yarmouth and Peterborough including hotels, barns, country manor houses, romantic castles as well as chic city and town centre locations.
Take a look at East Anglian wedding venues and those further afield in our listings below.
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Congratulations on your engagement and a very warm welcome to Cambridge Country Club, the ideal venue for your Big Day.
A luxury venue with stunning views, offering bespoke Wedding Packages tailored to suit you and your requirements, enabling you to create unforgettable memories of your special day.
If you're looking for a unique venue for your wedding, Heacham Manor has all the right ingredients; breath-taking grounds, lovely accommodation and award-winning catering. Our experienced and friendly staff are on hand to help with every aspect of your wedding day; from choosing the right menu for your guests, to making sure everything goes according to plan on the day.
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Here at High Lodge, we have created a secluded wedding venue that offers exclusive use of our function facilities in the Suffolk area. Conveniently situated on the A12 between Southwold and Aldeburgh, we are the perfect location for guests coming to attend your special day.
Hintlesham Hall is a stunning 16th century grade I country house which is the perfect setting for your wedding day. You will experience the style and comfort of our well-appointed rooms, lounges and peaceful grounds that create the picturesque back drop for your weddings pictures, together with friendly service and delicious food!
Isaacs on the Quay offers a magical location for your wedding day.
If you’re looking for a venue with just the right blend of new and old, look no further than Isaacs on the Quay in Ipswich. Their Grade I and Grade II* listed buildings, set along the elegant Ipswich Waterfront, are full of unique features that are sure to wow you and your guests.
Ravenwood Hall is a countryside venue that offers the best of both the old and the new with numerous options for your big day. Set in secluded grounds near Bury St Edmunds, there’s a choice of varied spaces, whether you’re looking for old world charm or contemporary chic.
We know how special your wedding day is and The Boathouse is quite simply one of the most idyllic and romantic venues you will ever find. Our Norfolk wedding venue is set on the enchanting Ormesby Broad, The Boathouse offers a magical experience in a tranquil and picturesque setting for your wedding celebration.
The Fellows House, Curio Collection by Hilton is delighted to offer a dedicated events programme throughout January where guests can "Feel at home, Feel Inspired and Feel like a Fellow'. The apartment-style hotel at the heart of Cambridge, encourages long-stays, providing full access to what the historical city has to offer. Consisting of 131 rooms, including 123 studio and apartments all featuring fully equipped kitchens – The Fellows House goes above and beyond to make their guests (and locals) feel welcome and will be hosting a selection of events throughout January including weekly themed house parties every Wednesday.
Posted: 12 January 2023
County Weddings Magazine has teamed up with The Rose and Crown Hotel to give our readers the chance to win a 'One Night Luxury Four Poster Hotel Break for Two' in their 700 year old hotel. The lucky winner will receive a voucher which can be redeemed any time in the next 18 months. Also included is a bottle of champagne waiting in your room on arrival, breakfast in the morning, early check-in and late checkout, and a delicious three course dinner in their onsite restaurant.
Posted: 5 January 2023
Located in the heart of Woodbridge in beautiful Suffolk and surrounded by traditional inns, restaurants and historic quirky buildings, the magnificent 16th-century Shire Hall is steeped in history and provides the perfect setting for weddings. Built in 1575 by Thomas Seckford the building has been a focal point of Woodbridge for more than 400 years and stands proud in the centre of Market Hill. Displaying its iconic 17th-century Flemish gabling and stone capping, with elegant long iron staircase either side of the large impressive arched doors, the Shire Hall is the picture-perfect.
Posted: 27 December 2022
Winter festivities are in full swing at The Fellows House, Cambridge, Curio Collection by Hilton, as the countdown to a magical Christmas and a celebratory New Year's Eve begins. As the city puts on it's annual display of Christmas lights and artisan markets, Cambridge buzzes with tourists and locals alike. Offering a distinctive character and unique charm, the apartment-style hotel is the ideal destination for both long and short stays this season, as well as a warm and welcoming retreat for festive shoppers in the city. From Christmas workshops at The Sage of Cambridge, such as Cocktails and Canvas to brand new festive menus, visitors to Cambridge can revel in festive joy this season. The Fellows House opened its doors on 1st July 2021, the apartment-style hotel is the first Curio Collection by Hilton in the city of Cambridge – and joins a portfolio of carefully curated hotels handpicked for their distinctive character and unique charm. Situated a stone's throw from the River Cam and Jesus Green, the property is ideal for both long and short stays and provides access to everything the historic city has to offer.
Posted: 13 December 2022
The festive season is almost upon us, bringing with it all that sparkles, from decorative baubles to candles, crackers, and colourful lights. But as December approaches, it's easy to let the time run away. So, The QHotels Collection list their top five ways to keep the sparkle alive, bring a little twinkle to your eye and warmth to your heart in the run-up to the holidays. 1.Start a countdown to Christmas - who says advent calendars are just for the kids? Extend the Christmas fun over the whole of December by finding a special way to countdown to the big day. Why not play a different Christmas song each day on your commute? To really get in the festive spirit why not book a festive activity for every weekend in December? It could be anything from making homemade wrapping paper to heading out to see the panto or enjoying a festive-themed afternoon tea with your mates.
Posted: 9 December 2022
Just under two hours from London, Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa, nestled in Newmarket, Suffolk, is celebrating the festive season in style, with experiences ranging from traditional menus across its two AA rosette restaurant and bar; festive parties, overnight packages and, of course, a gala celebration to see in the New Year! Originally built as a Georgian hunting lodge for the 6th Duke of Bedford, who built Bedford Lodge, the property was then passed to his eldest son Francis Russell, the 7th Duke of Bedford, on his death in 1839. Incidentally, his wife, Anna Maria, is accredited with creating the much-loved concept of Afternoon Tea in 1845. True to its roots, Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa excels at afternoon tea and, throughout December, guests can indulge in a traditional Festive Afternoon Tea knowing that the hotel is closely linked to this British phenomenon. Besides elegant finger sandwiches, beautifully-designed pastries with a festive twist will be created by the Head Chef and his team. The festive afternoon tea is just £23pp - the perfect treat. A champagne tea option with a glass of Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial is priced at £34.50pp.
Posted: 8 December 2022
Here in the UK we're truly blessed with ample gorgeous wedding venues offering couples tying the knot in this country such variety; from historic castle to beach-side hotels, Victorian manor houses to tree houses and woodland weddings - the options really are endless. The wedding financial experts at money.co.uk analysed TripAdvisor to reveal the venues with the most mentions of 'weddings' in their reviews and then used Instagram data to discover which ones have been shared the most on the platform and ranked them from highest to lowest to reveal the most popular in the UK.
Posted: 4 August 2022
Vrbo®, global expert in family holiday rentals, has revealed the first ever Vrbo Holiday Homes of the Year in the UK and a property in North Norfolk is among eight that have been selected. The fabulous UK holiday homes range from the spectacular beaches of Cornwall to the quaint country living of Scotland and are ideal places for families and friends to stay together. All the properties can be booked through the Vrbo website and they meet a strict selection criteria, including a combination of 5-star ratings, guest reviews, number of bookings, Premier Host status (an invite-only program that recognises owners and managers who consistently deliver great traveller experience), and family-friendly amenities available.
Posted: 25 May 2022
High House Garden Weddings is a newcomer to the local wedding scene offering acres of romance for the wild at heart. Set in Congham, Norfolk, the blank-canvas venue, gives newlyweds-to-be the freedom to style the space their way. Available for exclusive use over three days, there's a choice of outdoor ceremony spaces, either within the beautiful walled garden or in a romantic woodland clearing.
To see for yourself, the venue is hosting a showcase on Saturday 30th April and Sunday 1st May between 11am and 3pm.
Posted: 27 April 2022
Introducing The Woodyard, a new wedding venue at Worstead Estate in the heart of North Norfolk. The former sawmill has been beautifully restored to reflect its long history and retain the original charm of the Georgian buildings. Set in a stunning location, complete with a lake, walled garden and glorious scenery, it's available to book with exclusive use across three days for a magical celebration to remember. The Woodyard is made up of a thatched barn surrounded by outbuildings. The Mulberry Room, which once housed the original sawmill, is now a light and airy blank-canvas space to make your own. A charming spot for the ceremony or wedding breakfast, each room can be used in different ways.
Posted: 17 February 2022