Unique Norfolk Venues reveals its most sought-after settings
05 Nov 2018
Wedding venue group Unique Norfolk Venues shares its most popular settings for 2019 weddings and beyond
Unique Norfolk Venues is a collection of privately-owned unique venues in North Norfolk, which includes a 14th century gatehouse, rustic barns and glamorous estates.
Catering to various styles of wedding from fairytale and festival themes to rustic and luxurious affairs with its portfolio of settings, Unique Norfolk Venues has provided insight its most sought-after properties to offer inspiration for couples getting wed in 2019 and beyond.
Here are the four venues couples should consider for their special day...
Pentney Abbey's Gatehouse is the only operational gatehouse in the UK. The venue also featurs a banquet hall-style barn, 35 acres of grounds, a Grade II listed farmhouse and guest cottages for the night of the wedding.
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Accommodating up to 80 guests, Manor Mews is the home to the characterful Great Barn which is brought to life with fairy light adorned beams and traditional exposed brickwork. A working farm, Manor Mews also presents rustic features aplenty such as hay bales, tractors and carts.
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Originally owned by the Paston family between the 15th and 18th centuries, Oxnead Hall is a Grade II listed building which features a Tudor hall and medieval church. The recently renovated barn has become a popular fixture and is set amid 15 acress of gardens, with accommodation for up to 32 guests available on site.
Set in a 1,200-acre farming and shooting estate, Sedgeford Hall offers a spacious setting for a marquee wedding and can cater for up to 300 guests. Alternatively, the main hall provides a more intimate space for up to 30 guests. Accommodation is provided for up to 28 and guests are invited to explore the surrounding gardens, villages and beaches during their stay.
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Unique Norfolk Venues has also revealed that a fifth venue is due to be added to the portfolio, a Grade II listed Georgian house steeped in local history. Find out more at www.uniquenorfolkvenues.co.uk.