Norfolk Wedding Venues
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Pentney Abbey
Estate
Swathed in history, from its medieval 14th century gatehouse to the impressive barn, a former banqueting hall, Pentney Abbey is set amidst acres of glorious Norfolk countryside. Marry in the ethereal gatehouse or within the idyllic rose garden and celebrate in the spacious barn. Luxurious accommodation, including a sumptuous bridal suite, sleeps up to 16.
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Oxnead Hall
A Grade II Listed 16th century stately home, Oxnead Hall promises exclusive use in the most sublime setting. Options are endless, whether you choose a woodland ceremony beside the River Bure or decide to marry in the church or the elegant Fountain Room. Dine in the Great Barn, serve drinks in the Orangery and enjoy the immaculate gardens. There are 13 stunning bedrooms available for you and your guests.
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The Great Barn
Manor Mews
Just eight miles from Burnham Market, the main barn at Manor Mews could almost have been created entirely for weddings. Boasting original features, it offers an abundance of space for your ceremony, dining and dance floor. Double doors open on to the prettiest of lawns with accommodation for up to 82 of your guests in the converted farm buildings.
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Unique Wedding Venues
Unique Norfolk Venues offer access to an exciting collection of privately owned wedding venues. Each has been chosen specifically because it offers something breathtakingly special, from a magnificent, spacious country barn to a splendid stately home. Loved by their owners, these venues open their doors for your wedding day. Unique Norfolk Venues are at the helm, embracing the organisation and planning of every event while the team at Manor Cottage Catering create the menu. Whatever the size, season or style of your wedding, if you are looking for a unique wedding venue in Norfolk, we know you will find it here.
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