Featured Historic Wedding Venues in East Anglia

Bury St Edmunds Guildhall

Bury St Edmunds is often described as the “Jewel in the Crown of Suffolk”. This beautiful town combines a history that can be traced back over 1,000 years with easy access to award-winning dining and hospitality. The town is acknowledged as the ‘foodie’ capital of Suffolk, with Michelin-starred and award-winning restaurants to suit all tastes and pockets. It’s easily accessible from all directions, just off the A14, with links to London via the M11 and the Midlands via the A1.

  • Alcohol license
  • Buffet facilities
  • Capacity: 200
  • Church nearby
  • Civil license
  • Disabled Access – Accessible Toilets
  • Exclusive use

Hintlesham Hall

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

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.

Kimberley Hall

Weddings are occasions when privacy really matters and there should be no compromise on style or aesthetics. The south front of the house provides a romantic, private and idyllic setting with its breathtaking view of the extensive parkland, lake and ancient oaks.

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