The four venues we have listed are relatively unknown autumn wedding venues that couples will absolutely love, but we also hope they will inspire people to research similar venues, since Britain is brimming with enchanting gems
(PRWEB UK) 4 November 2014
With the gorgeously varied colours that abound in nature during autumn, it’s no wonder that many couples are keen to get married at this time of year. Respected UK event videographer Bloomsbury Films shares some of their top picks for cosy autumn wedding venues that will captivate expectant couples and their guests.
Bartholomew Barn, West Sussex
Located in a secluded countryside setting, this venue offers a rustic setting that is licensed to cater for 100 seated guests, with the option of an additional marquee to host 150 seated guests. Large modern windows open onto a lovely view of the surrounding garden, fields and woodlands complete with a central courtyard with a pond. Guests will be warm even if the weather turns icy, thanks to numerous patio heaters and a romantic log burner.
Dorset House, West Sussex
Bloomsbury highly recommends this quaint Tudor venue, which allows guests to bring their own alcohol if they choose without paying a corkage fee. It is nestled in 40 acres of impressive medieval gardens with charming views over the river Arun. The venue hosts 150 seated guests, and it boasts a unique Amphitheatre plus a charming walled garden which is perfect for unforgettable nuptial photos.
Fetcham Park, Surrey
This family owned mansion, built in 1705, is an excellent choice for an intimate wedding advises Bloomsbury Films. It can seat up to 80 guests and visitors will be captivated by the sumptuous attention to detail that each and every room presents, including ornate ceiling murals, rich historical oil paintings and opulent furnishing. The views are just as lovely, since the venue is tucked within charming landscaped grounds.
Rivervale Barn, Hampshire
For those who enjoy a combination of idyllic countryside appeal along with contemporary flair, this venue will be just the ticket suggests Bloomsbury. Situated on the banks of the river Blackwater and encapsulated by luxurious landscaped gardens that wonderfully highlight the rich colours of autumn, Rivervale Barn can seat up to 150 guests. It also features a stylish Mediterranean courtyard complete with a fountain, and a luxury honeymoon suite.
Director of Bloomsbury Films, Andrew Cussens, concluded: “We have captured the Big Day for couples in every season, but autumn has to be one of the prettiest times of year since nature’s colours make for a superb backdrop, along with log fires to complete the romance. The four venues we have listed are relatively unknown autumn wedding venues that couples will absolutely love, but we also hope they will inspire people to research similar venues, since Britain is brimming with enchanting gems that have magnificent old-world charm.”