The 2022 wedding season is upon us and with it arrives a flurry of celebrations where tradition and expectations are pushed to the wayside in favour of personality and joy. Colourful flower arches, neon lights and glittering dress codes which stretch far from the grips of lockdown’s dreary loungewear; nothing is off the cards for couples tying the knot over the next few years. Whether planning an intimate elopement in far-off lands, a large country house wedding or off-the-beaten-track honeymoon location, find the answer in our summer UK wedding venues roundup.

Destination wedding venues

Scarlet Hall

Whether inviting 20 guests or 80, this Grade-II listed country manor in Cheshire sings with rural charm. A rustic barn invites couples to splash their style through the rafters while 12 acres of private estate, filled with weeping willows, flower-filled meadows and an orchard, tempt gorgeous wedding photography. With space for up to 22 guests to sleep between Scarlet Hall's main house and separate coach house, both bride and groom can get ready for the day with their nearest and dearest around them. An indoor pool, sauna, games room and cinema room ensure relaxation the next day.

The Stack

A venue which lends itself to both secret nuptials and wild Celtic celebrations, this 19th century engine house lies within the very heart of rural Cornwall. A magical woodland and extensive gardens lend themselves to ceremonies, reception drinks, wedding breakfasts and starlit parties while a hot tub and mermaid-worthy bathtub will tempt couples out of bed the next morning. Sleeping up to six and accommodating 40 daytime guests, celebrate the way you desire at The Stack.


For couples who feel at one with the wild, Charity’s mountainside location will have you running for the Herefordshire hills (in the best kind of way). Twenty acres of ancient woodland, dramatic hills and wildflower meadows surround the farmhouse, offering opportunities en masse for fairy light trails leading to canopied ceremonies and dancefloors in the trees. Sleep the wedding party across six versatile double bedrooms in the farmhouse and welcome up to one hundred guests to the ceremony, wedding breakfast and reception.

For more inspiration head over to our Elopement Wedding Venues collection.



Runaway to south-east Cornwall’s deserted cliffs and Aurora, perched above the golden sands and oscillating tides of Whitsand Bay. Here, the days and their rhythms are dictated by the mood of the sea and skies outside; balmy days call for pre-breakfast skinny dips and sunset cocktails in the hot tub, but when the winds are howling and rain lashing the windows, nothing says romance more than hunkering down by the fire with a bottle of red.

Hinterland Cabin

Envelop in the warming cocoon of Hinterland Cabin, hidden on the northern border of Snowdonia National Park. Here, honeymooners can do as they please – disappear into the hills for long hikes, or simply watch the weather roll and coil between the peaks from the warmth of the hot tub. A welcome retreat after the wedding whirlwind, this North Wales hideaway promises rest and privacy by the bucketload.


Enchanting and secluded, Wishbone is the epitome of rustic charm in Worcestershire’s Malvern Hills. Miles upon miles of walking trails and thatched inns promise leisurely strolls and sumptuous lunches before returning to your luxury woodland bolthole to sit with legs swinging out of the first floor bedroom as stars pepper the sky, glasses of fizz in hand.

Browse our Honeymoon Collection for more romantic escapes.

Looking for a location for a pre-wedding gathering? Search availability within our Large Self-Catering Groups Collection.