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We all know that finding Wedding venues in Warwickshire can be the most frustrating part of planning, trawling Google to see which come up first, and I can tell you now, the best ones don’t always show on Google maps! We are here to help, giving you the top 6 Wedding venues in Warwickshire, the best of the best, saving you the time of venue hunting. If you are looking for other areas such as Cambridgeshire wedding venues, Oxfordshire wedding venues or London wedding venues, have a look through the blog here or our Pinterest here.

Celebrate, then sleep in a grand mansion, fit for any luxury Wedding:

Ettington Park Wedding Venue

Ettington Park, once a family home, now a grand hotel and venue, this neo-Geothic will bring the wow factor to your day. Featuring turrets, ornate ceilings and a wealth of history, plus logistically appealing as you can have your full day at the venue. The benefits of a hotel venue are you already have accommodation onsite for anybody who isn’t local to the area. You will also get to enjoy the luxury of the mansion overnight in the comfort of the honeymoon suite.

This exquisite wedding venue also offers the use of outdoor grounds at either the bell tower or the orangery for your Wedding ceremony if you are looking for a royal garden ambience for your big day. There are so many options with this venue, from the library, to the Normal chapel, for your ceremony, wedding breakfast and evening celebrations, you can choose the location suited to your party and to you as an engaged couple. All catering is provided onsite to save time selecting your own caterers. They pride their catering on being ‘indulgent, instagrammable and interactive’ – what’s not to love?!

With 40 acres of grounds, there are plenty of hot spots for your Wedding photos, your photographer will be delighted!

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Capacity: 100 for ceremony and wedding breakfast, 150 evening reception

Art gallery come wedding venue, an out of the ordinary venue for your day:

Compton Verney Wedding Venue

The Verney family once lived in this exquisite property, now an art gallery and venue. As well as stunning backdrops of the house, and grounds, including the romantic bridge over the lake, this venue is full of opportunities to impress your guests, feel like royalty for the day, and get some hot shots of your wedding day. The onsite chapel is such a wow factor for the venue, and is also licensed for civil ceremonies up to 100 guests, which is quite a rarity! The space is neutral in colour, so perfect for any colour scheme or décor ideas you have, and plenty of natural light through the sash windows, which your photographer will love!

The beauty of this venue is that there are various spaces, ranging in guest numbers of 15 to 150, so you can choose what works for you, and you can opt for a large celebration or a more intimate affair. What I also love is with the venue being an art gallery, you can see beautiful art work throughout the venue spaces, making talking points for your guests. If you are an arty couple, maybe you are both creatives or maybe you just enjoy appreciating art together, this venue could really show your personalities as a couple.

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Capacities: Up to 100 for civil ceremony and wedding breakfast, up to 150 for evening receptions

Walled gardens and Michelin star food, a Warwickshire wedding venue with class:

Hampton Manor

Once an estate owned by Sir Robert Peel, the property was bought by two hoteliers in 2008 and completely transformed to the venue it is today. With only being transformed into a luxury hotel recently, the Grade II listed building screams history but also has a modern touch, for anybody who enjoys a more contemporary style.

This venue is absolutely perfect if you are foodies; the venue boasts a Michelin star restaurant, so if food is vital to you, and you want to wow your guests with your menu, then look no further! The venue are proud of this accomplishment and work hard to make their food offering a key feature, with not only their own chefs and bakers, but also a sommelier and alchemist, all of whom you get to meet! Once you have booked, you will be invited for what they call an ‘inspiration staycation’ giving you time to meet the team and discuss your plans, whilst trying the all-important food!

There are 15 bedrooms onsite, which are all included for your day, perfect for any guests who aren’t local. For your ceremony, there are various options, from civil ceremony to use of the local church.

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Capacities: 120 for a ceremony and wedding breakfast, 150 for evening reception

Bringing fame and mystery, as well as elegance to your Wedding:

Walton Hall

The history is powerful at Walton Hall, a wedding venue in Warwickshire well known for two main reasons. One being when the original owner, Sir Charles Mordaunt and his wife Harriet (Lady Mordaunt) divorced in 1862. In these times, adultery and divorce were not common, so this became a huge scandal. The Warwickshire Wedding venue was then owned by Danny La Rue, who spent £1 million on the purchase and renovations of the property in the 1970s. A Famous singer and entertainer, Danny La Rue is well known for being a drag artist. He replaced the mockery of drag for a reputation of glitz and glamour.

Why have a venue with no history when you can have one which is bought to life by the past and is still well known to this day because of the stories. You have the option of saying your vows in the onsite Church of England chapel or the venue can host a civil ceremony in one of the spaces within the hall.

Featuring a magnificent wooden staircase from the hall suites, down to the main foyer, you can really make a grand entrance for your photos. The stunning Moncreiffe room is perfect for your wedding breakfast, which overlooks the manicured lawns, accessible from the room for anyone who wants to get some fresh air, or if you want to host some garden games!

As well as the hall, there is also a hotel onsite, complete with restaurant, swimming pool and gym, for any guests who need accommodation for the night.

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Capacities: Up to 208 for a ceremony, 170 for wedding breakfast and 250 for evening reception

Family owned, lakeside venue, idyllic for your private Wedding:

Ragley Hall

As with the other venues listed, Ragley Hall was once a home, and still is, home to the Marquess of Hertford since the 18th century! The beautiful hall has been open to the public since 1958, hosting regular visits to the estate, events and weddings. The opening to the public is so amazing for Warwickshire, as the wedding venue is absolutely breath-taking, with ornate ceilings and walls, beautiful artwork and exquisite gardens.

As well as offering space within the Hall, you can also utilise the grounds outside for a marquee, if your numbers are over the capacities for inside, or if you just want to be able to have such a wow factor building as the backdrop for your day. The wedding venue offers a selection of preferred caterers for you to choose from, giving you flexibility to have the food and beverages of your choice.

As well as being family owned, the venue also has the bonus of being exclusive to you for the day. It will almost be like it is your home for the day, with no other guests onsite.

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Capacities: 220 for civil ceremony, 180 for wedding breakfast, can hold larger numbers in outdoor marquee

Italian vibes bought to your Warwickshire wedding:

Bourton Hall

Bourton Hall is owned by a family run wedding venue group, who collectively own 6 wedding venues across the UK, including this elegant wedding venue in Warwickshire. The building dates back to the 1700’s and is surrounded by 15 acres of land, perfect to use for outdoor space, such as reception drinks and lawn games, plus for your perfect couple photos.

The building was actually inspired and build in the style of an Italian villa, so if you are looking for the feel of Italy but within the UK to make it logistically easier for you, this could be the venue for you!

With a chapel onsite, you have the option of your very own chapel ceremony, or you can opt for the Italian Room, complete with ornate ceilings. If you are looking for an outdoor ceremony, this is also possible under the portico, with the house as a backdrop for you to enjoy. All catering is provided by the in house team, with a fine selection of menus.

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Capacities: Up to 120 for ceremony and wedding breakfast, 250 for evening celebrations

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