If you are in search of an unusual venue for the best day in your life, head to Northeast England. Northeast England has many such venues including zoos, theatres, amusement parks, botanical gardens, stadiums and many more. If you really long for tying the knot in such a dreamy venue, here are some of them, among which you can choose.
1. Le Petit Chateau
Located in Otterburn, Northumberland, Le Petit Chateau is a perfectly dreamy wedding venue with a unique setting amidst woodlands, luscious greenery and fountain. This is a luxurious French country manor hotel where you can arrange any type of wedding, grand or intimate, stylish or rustic, or formal or relaxed! It has awe-striking interior with plenty of period furnishings. And you can hold your wedding in any season, you’ll get the same high class luxury with amenities like four-poster beds, roof terrace gardens and a generous space to make you and your guests feel great. They have La Belle Epoque with its lovely crystal chandelier and marvelous marble fireplace, Main Terrace filled with majestic palms and overlooking the beautiful fountain and the Chateau Ballroom with period chairs and long tables adorned with linens. Doubtlessly Le Petit Chateau is one of the topmost unusual wedding venues in north east England.
2. Durham County Cricket Club
Equipped with many luxurious and unique rooms, Durham Country Cricket Club has a lovely environment with which you and your guests will be fascinated. The club’s grounds are scenic enough to charm you, paired with the views of Riverside and Lumley Castle, together creating a perfect vibe for your big day. You are offered three suite options, viz. The Cathedral Suite, The Castle View Suite and The Riverside Suite, each of which has its own charm and beauty. Above all, the professional staff strives to make your big day of your dreams.
3. Woodhorn Museum
Woodhorn Museum is a perfect venue for a bride who is dreaming of outstanding spaces to evoke unforgettable memories, excellent service and delectable menu options so as to make your day big in a true sense. Perched beautifully in Northumberland’s countryside, this museum provides accommodation for up to 120 people and you can hold both ceremony as well as reception here. Beautiful rooms like Kilbourn room, Winding room and Workshop Galleries offer you a feast of stunning views, a blend of modernity and tradition, paintings by famous artists like Oliver Kilbourn and Pitman Painter and much more.
4. Vallum Farms
Located in East Wallhouses, Northumberland, Vallum Farm is a fantastic location for wedding of any size. Nestled in scenic countryside, close to Hadrian’s Wall it has a picturesque lake nearby too to add to the beauty of the view. Though its location is in the countryside, it’s not very far from the city. An experienced team is their special feature who takes all the stress of the planning process out of you and lets you enjoy your day to the fullest.
5. Centre for Life
Based in Newcastle, Centre for Life is conveniently located within a few minutes of walking distances from the Central Station and other public transportation. They not only strive to make your day big, but also their Science Centre is flabbergasting with a lot of photo opportunities for you and the 4D Motion Ride to add a great fun element to your wedding. Up to 160 guests can be accommodated in their traditional suites and they also have a magnificent planetarium.
6. Chillingham Castle
If you want to arrange a truly fairytale wedding, Chillingham Castle is the place you should be in. Surrounded by utmost scenic grounds, the Castle offers breathtaking views of countryside, no wonder it has been used in many films and documentaries. Above that it has lovely features like forest, a castle lake and stunning Italian gardens, and also Medieval and Elizabethan State Rooms boasting of a history of several wedding feasts, and the Courtyard which has hosted every kind of colorful pageantry.
7. Lindisfarne Castle
A perfect venue for a bride dreaming of a fairytale wedding, Lindisfarne Castle sits high on a rocky island crag and is a romantic picture-perfect castle. This is formerly an Elizabethan fort, converted later by Sir Edwin Lutyens to a beautiful Edwardian home and overlooks the superb villages of Holy Island, an island separated twice every day from the mainland. You will be definitely fascinated by the delicately carved windows, red brick herringbone effect floor and Lutyens fireplace in the Ship Room, wooden beams, stone arches, red brick herringbone effect floor and whitewashed plaster of the Long Gallery, and the lovely long Upper Gallery, the highest point of the castle with a bay window offering striking views of the harbour and village.
And there are many more! Enjoy the typical English atmosphere, scenic beauty of the nature, desirable service, world-class amenities and comfort on every step, with these venues. You will thank yourself to choose Northeast England for your wedding!