Wedding Venues in Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire is a green strip of England sandwiched between the counties of Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Berkshire. Often described as "Leafy Bucks" its the perfect county to hold your wedding. With such a choice of Wedding venues, some situated close to the river Thames in the South or the stunning area of the Chilterns. Its easy to see why so many couples choose to hold their big day here with everything from glorious barns to stately homes, in fact there are over 50 licenced wedding venues in Buckinghamshire so you will never be stuck for choice. Those seeking to get married in Buckinghamshire also have the benefit of an array of choice for sumptuous  first night accommodation or even an entire honeymoon. With easy road connections its certainly a county that offers the perfect location for your big day
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    Buckinghamshire: Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

    The magnificent Rewley Road Visitor Centre provides a unique and stunning setting for your very special day. The facilities are competitively priced and the various… read more »
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    Buckinghamshire: Holiday Inn Milton Keynes East

    Scenic Countryside and Georgian elegance at the Holiday Inn Milton Keynes-East Hotel. We are excited to announce our Hotel has gone through a fresh contemporary… read more »
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    Buckinghamshire: Stoke Park

    Stoke Park is a stunning Palladian Mansion set in over 300 acres of parkland and beautiful manicured gardens. For weddings, Stoke Park is a stunning… read more »
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    Buckinghamshire: Burnham Beeches Hotel

    Burnham Beeches Hotel, located on the borders of Berkshire and Buckinghamshire, built in 1727, as a hunting lodge in what was then part of Windsor… read more »
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    Buckinghamshire: Bisham Abbey

    Set in the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside, Bisham Abbey is situated on the bank of the river Thames. An inspiring 12th Century Abbey building that was… read more »