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Top Wedding Venues in East Anglia

Hunting for a fantastic wedding venue in East Anglia? This East England area encompasses the beautiful and historic counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire, so you can be sure to uncover numerous one of a kind wedding venues among the region’s lush landscape or beautiful seacoast.

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Wedding Venues Hire Guide

What parts of East Anglia are most popular for a wedding?

For rural venues, look among the villages which are found among the fens and Breckland and around the shallow bay of the North Sea known as The Wash. Looking more towards the coast, consider the seaside towns of Felixstowe and Lowestoft. Moving inland, the cities of Norwich, Peterborough and Ipswich have many wedding favourites, including historic townhouses, museums, modern restaurants and venues. Consider Cambridge and the other university towns in East Anglia as well for a one of a kind wedding venue rich in history and beauty.

What is the average cost of hiring a wedding venue in East Anglia?

Per person cost can start around £50 and reach £167 per session, while hire fee per session can be found ranging from £250 to £10900. Minimum spend runs between £500 to £1500 per session. The wedding cost will depend on the guest list and the celebration. (All data from Tagvenue.)

Can I hire a country wedding venue in East Anglia?

Countryside weddings are hugely popular across this eastern region of England. For venues that offer a country feel, look to the estates and Tudor manors scattered throughout the towns and villages of Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Norfolk. Estates in East Anglia also offer barns and outbuildings that have been lovingly restored. These are especially popular in Breckland and in the countryside around Colchester, Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds.

Can I hire a venue for a wedding venue along the seacoast in East Anglia?

For venues near the seacoast, look to the areas around Sweffling and Felixstowe for locations with a sea view, or at least quick access to nearby beaches and cliffs for striking photography. Also, be sure to check further north around Norfolk and Great Yarmouth for other lovely seacoast towns with historic buildings, hotels and pubs that offer very attractive wedding packages.

What are some unusual wedding venues in East Anglia?

When hunting for something special for your wedding venue, be sure to search among venues that are a bit off the beaten track. These choices may seem a bit outside your expectations, but they can definitely offer a welcome boost to your wedding.

  • Voewood Found in High Kelling, this house is a carefully maintained representative of the 19th century's English Arts & Crafts movement with exquisite sunken gardens and surrounding woodland.
  • Hunters Hall This popular Dereham venue dates back to the 16th century when it was a coaching inn.
  • Repton Hall This Berkhamsted venue was once owned by Henry VIII and is now an exquisite period venue within London's easy reach.
  • Milling Barn This vintage multi-space event venue in Buntingford is a lovely 17th Century oak barn. An adjacent Dairy Barn is a converted milking parlour.
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