3 National Trust Wedding Venues in the East Midlands
If you’re looking for a historical venue for your wedding, and you have the budget, where better than a National Trust property? This truly British charity has achieved incredible things in preserving historic houses and land for the British people. And now you can tie the knot in a selection of their special places! Take a look…
Upton House, Warwickshire
If the 1930s are for you, then why not party away on the terrace and in the gardens of this unique house? While you cannot hold your ceremony here, the gardens are the perfect backdrop for your photographs. With capacity of 80, this is the perfect venue for a smaller wedding in a sumptuous setting.
Gunby Hall, Lincolnshire
Built in 1700, Gunby Hall has definitely seen some history. You are able to have your ceremony in the beautiful Music Room and can enjoy drinks on the steps of the venue. You can even choose to have your flowers from the gardens at the Hall – very eco-friendly! Unfortunately you cannot have a wedding breakfast or evening reception at Gunby, it’s a wonderful location for your low-key wedding.
Tattershall Castle, Lincolnshire
A unique and idyllic setting, Tattershall Castle is instantly recognisable. This medieval Castle holds up to 90 people in its historic Parlour for your ceremony and you can continue your celebrations with a champagne reception in the Castle. While wedding breakfasts and evening receptions are not accommodated, what could be more iconic than celebrating with friends and family in this stunning building?