Northumberland is a beautiful county in the North East of England. With views for miles of cascading countryside and urban landscapes, there is bound to be your dream wedding venue hidden away in our wonderful county. Take a look at some of our unique wedding escapes below…
A newly converted, 18th century, stone barn, set across a private courtyard, with beautiful views of the countryside. With accommodation just under a mile away it is the perfect wedding escape. With high, wood beamed ceilings, Healey hall is one for the rustic, yet romantic wedding couple.
The atmosphere couldn’t be more romantic, as it is completely candlelit, with a fireplace at the head of the barn leaving an enchanted vibe throughout the venue. It can accommodate both large and smaller wedding numbers in both of their rooms.
A combination of historic elegant and modern comforts – it truly makes for a beautiful backdrop to any wedding day!
From planning to partying they are dedicated to making your wedding theirs! With several grand, yet inviting reception rooms, a splendid ballroom (which comfortably fits 100 guests), as well as an exquisite restaurant, numerous bedrooms, a golf course and beautiful grounds, you will be hard pressed to find anywhere as inviting as Eshott Hall. As it is only 25 miles north of Newcastle, Eshott Hall is easily accessible from a number of routes.
An extra bonus it that they allow the use of fireworks and sparklers, so your night can end with a real bang!
Le Petit Chateau
The venue that brings French chic right to the heart of Northumberland.
Whether you’re wanting a small, intimate wedding or a more extravagant affair, Le Petit Chateau can offer between 30 – 160 guests, so your wedding can be everything you dreamed it would be.
With bountifuls of incredible features such as crystal chandeliers, marble fireplaces, antique furniture and awe-inspiring gardens, the venue truly transports you to a state of French wonder. They make sure you are the only people in the venue on the day of your wedding, so you won’t bump into golfers or ladies who lunch!
A truly unique setting for your Northumberland wedding. Whether you’re in need of an intimate and relaxed wedding or a lavish and formal affair, The Pavilion at Alnwick Gardens offers just that.
With glass rooms and high ceilings, you and your guests can enjoy the panoramic views of the garden in all of its glory – the cascading waterfalls, blooming flowers and wildlife at its best. You can soak up the garden in style, while the expert staff ensure your day runs to perfection.
Just a short distance from the gardens, the Alnwick Garden Treehouse is nested under an enchanting woodland canopy. The venue offers an intimate wedding which is both unique and quirky.
Make sure to treat your guests to an impeccable wedding menu, with first class chefs, local, fresh produce and inviting mains, your wedding will stand out from the crowd in more ways than one.
With different spaces throughout the venue, you and your guests can relax across the private decking, bar, walkways and entertainment areas – all of which are as picturesque as each other!
Bold, romantic and fantastical… Newton Hall is an exclusive venue with large capacities and accommodation for your guests.
Located in one of the most breathtaking places in the UK and in the heart of the National Trust, Newton Hall combines the best of both worlds – rolling views of the countryside and exquisite views of the natural coastline. Just a 60-minute drive, North of Newcastle and 90 minutes South of Edinburgh. We may be biased, but Newton Hall is the perfect wedding venue!
The Georgian inspired house features indoor and outdoor wedding spaces, as well as elaborate rooms and a tasteful wedding menu that you and your guests are sure to love!
If you’re interested in our wedding venue, don’t hesitate to contact our team today. They are equipped to answer any questions. Or why not come along to one of our open days? We would love to meet you and discuss your future wedding plans.
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