Considering a wedding in Nottinghamshire? Whether you are looking for a venue filled with medieval romance or a more modern and elegant affair, this East Midlands county has much to offer! Check out the listings below for ancient vicarages, grand manors, striking barns, quirky mills and luxurious homes, as well as many other fantastic options! Nottinghamshire is a scenic setting that can turn any wedding into a truly unforgettable event. Just check out and book the best wedding venues with Tagvenue today!
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Due to the area’s popular association with legendary hero Robin Hood, the historic venues in Nottinghamshire are popular with many couples. Clear favourites are market towns such as Chilwell and Mansfield which offer estates and country houses in plentiful supply. Of course, there are many other areas that are a favourite for weddings - particularly in West Bridgford, where the Trent Bridge sporting grounds are sure to make any cricket fan’s heart beat faster.
Many wedding venues in Nottinghamshire offer flat hire fees calculated per day or per session. The rates in the county start as low as £200, but the most exclusive spaces can cost as much as £12,000. You will also find some minimum spend venues, ranging between £500 and £5,000. One of the most popular and convenient options in Nottinghamshire are wedding packages. They tend to include everything you need to organise a ceremony and reception, for example catering, furniture, audio-visual facilities, and on-site parking for your guests. In this county, such package deals usually range from £40 to £95 per person or from £1,800 to £13,000 per event. (All data from Tagvenue.)
While historic wedding venues are not for everyone, these event spaces clearly offer a distinct advantage with their striking decor. There are plenty of historical estates to be found in Nottinghamshire that will offer a unique setting for your special day. Estates from the 17th or 18th century are plentiful in areas around Nottingham and Newark. Don’t be daunted by the idea of a large venue, these manors and halls come in all shapes and sizes! You can hire a stunning Georgian mansion, the Staunton Harold Hall, for an elegant wedding reception for under 100 guests. Norwood Park Country House in Southwell is another stunning estate that holds a good chunk of history. It has both indoor and outdoor areas, so there’s plenty of possibilities for your wedding here!
If you are planning a wedding outside the hustle and bustle of the city, a countryside venue offers many wonderful options both outdoors and in. Nottinghamshire is well known for one particular green area - Sherwood Forest, home to the folk hero Robin Hood but there are fantastic country estates scattered throughout the county. Be sure to check out some of the amazing manors and estates around Nottingham, or, if you want to be closer to Sherwood Forest, head over to Newark. Farm venues and resort hotels are also a great option for a country wedding, so be sure and check some amazing options in Holme Pierrepont and Southwell.
Don’t be afraid to go off the beaten track and you will reap rewards from spectacular decor and some amazing wedding photography! Nottingham is rich in stately homes and former industrial venues, so be sure to explore your options. Here are some gems:
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