We have a selection of beautiful locations and venues in Nottinghamshire to provide the perfect setting for your event.
Buckminster Park & Lakeside is an exclusive wedding site that presents an exquisite and romantic setting. With access via a private driveway through stunning countryside, opening out onto the beautiful lakeside set within 15 acres of old parkland.
See real wedding inspiration for Lakeside at Buckminster HERE
A charming barn conversion, nestled in the picturesque village of Buckminster. The lawn offers space for up to two giant hat tipis to complement your celebration space.
See real wedding inspiration for Buckminster Barn HERE
Meadow Vale is an exclusive unique rural Wedding venue set in the heart of the Nottinghamshire countryside.
Brackenhurst resides in the heart of the Nottinghamshire countryside. A rustic and relaxed rural estate, offering the perfect setting for your outdoor wedding.
Find out more about Brackenhurst, Southwell, Nottingham HERE
Glebe Farm Cottages offers sympathetically converted Victorian accommodation barns set the heart of a mixed 100 acres.
See Real Wedding Inspiration for Glebe Farm, Gunthorpe, Nottingham HERE
The view from Top Farm Wedding Venue site is arguably one of the best views in the country looking over rolling English countryside towards the Vale of Belvoir.
See Top Farm, Vale of Belvoir on a map HERE
17th Century Old Vicarage at Elkesley. A licensed venue for civil ceremonies and partnerships both indoors and outdoors.
Find out more about Elkesley near Retford, Nottinghamshire HERE
Wollaton Hall is a Grade 1 listed building and one of the finest Elizabethan houses in England. The hall stands on a hill in 500 acres of beautiful parkland in which red and fallow deer roam freely.
Find out more about Wollaton Hall, Nottinghamshire HERE
Located in the grounds of the stunning Belvoir Castle is this amazing venue. Ideally situated close to the Castle with views over picturesque lakes, this rustic location is a perfect venue if you’re a nature lover.
Find out more about Frog Hollow, Belvoir Castle HERE
The romantic and mysterious ancestral home of the poet Lord Byron. The beautiful historic abbey was built in the 12th century and is set in a glorious landscape of gardens and parkland. Newstead Abbey’s landscape owes much of its beauty to the River Leen, which feeds the lakes, ponds and cascades.
Find out more about Newstead Abbey, Nottinghamshire HERE