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Shropshire weddings: tie the knot in beautiful Shropshire

Could there be a more romantic place than Shropshire to get married? You’ve found England’s landlocked, enchanting county, bordered by Wales and four English counties. Shropshire is both rural and majestic – lots of green land, ‘blue remembered hills’ and big skies. Our county is the perfect backdrop to your wedding pictures and the perfect beginning to your happily ever after. Historians believe King Arthur and Guinevere married in Shropshire – or rather the royal couple from which romantic Arthurian legend is derived. The real King Arthur is believed to have been Owain Ddantgwyn, ‘the Bear’, a warrior king of the Votadini trible who ruled his kingdom from Viroconium (now Wroxeter, Shropshire). His lady, Ganhumara, came from Oswestry. Whatever style of wedding you envision, a Shropshire wedding venue exists to make your dreams come true. Shropshire has castles, stately homes and manor houses for lavish wedding celebrations. Several Shropshire country house hotels offer exclusive use for weddings. And check out Shropshire’s stunning gardens for post-ceremony drinks and photographs. Getting married in a gourmet county such as Shropshire means your wedding breakfast is bound to be special too. You don’t need a big wedding, of course, to have a beautiful day. Shropshire is blessed with many intimate wedding venues – some quirky, each one charming – to help you and your partner plan the wedding that reflects your personalities. Congratulations on your engagement…now, let’s get you married in Shropshire!


Colehurst Lake

Colehurst Lake is the perfect place to escape, discover and unwind. Set in the idyllic and beautiful countryside of Shropshire we are surrounded by fields and woodland. We wanted to set up ‘ready made’ tents to allow people to experience camping at its best, without having to buy and bring all of the gear – […]

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St Chads Church

St Chad’s is a unique church because it is round.  With a capacity of 1200 people the building has the ability to make everybody feel close to the centre of the church.  At the heart of St Chad’s spirituality we believe that all are included in the body of Christ.  The round setting of the […]

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Church Stretton

Acton Scott Hall

Nestled in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty lies Acton Scott Hall. For the first time, the Acton family are opening the doors to this timeless gem by offering private group Tours of the house, grounds and gardens. Intricate oak panelling, decorative Jacobean carvings and fascinating heirlooms are all part of what makes […]

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The Haughmond

A modern coaching inn, with proper food, great wine and a friendly, comfortable atmosphere… the kind of place we enjoy ourselves!  Whether you are looking for coffee, lunch, dinner, drinks, for a celebration or somewhere to lay your head join us in the picturesque village of Upton Magna, just a few miles from Shrewsbury. 

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Sabrina Boat

SAILING FROM 1st MARCH 2022! Sabrina is a triple deck, modern passenger boat situated on the River Severn in Shrewsbury, capable of carrying 60 passengers in comfort with retractable sides on the top deck. We are an independent business, based in Shropshire. Our focus is to provide a first-class service to both day and evening passengers […]

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Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery

We’re so proud of the history of our county, we’ve housed the Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery in one of the finest buildings in the town. Behind its grand Georgian façade, you’ll find historic interiors including an elegant Victorian Music Hall and a thirteenth century mansion filled with exhibitions that bring to life Shropshire’s rich […]

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Lydbury North

Walcot Hall

Walcot Hall is a Georgian country house steeped in history. The building alone makes for one of the most unusual wedding venues in Shropshire, however, Walcot Hall is also a family home. Its business is not exclusively weddings, but it is no surprise that it ranks as one of England’s top wedding venues. The Hall […]

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Ludlow Castle

Welcome to Ludlow Castle, one of the finest medieval ruins in England. Set in the glorious Shropshire countryside at the heart of the superb, bustling black & white market town of Ludlow. Walk through the Castle grounds and see the ancient houses of kings, queens, princes, judges and the nobility – a glimpse into the […]

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Chantilly Grey

Hello, Thank you so much for visiting our listing on Visit Shropshire. My name is Clare, I am a full time Mum of two little girls and also the sole business owner of Chantilly Grey. An Events Management company. Chantilly Grey was established in early 2016, but I have organised and hosted events for much […]

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Combermere Abbey

Step inside the Combermere Abbey Estate – Treat yourself to the Simple Pleasures in Life and Leave refreshed and rejuvenated.  Steeped in a thousand years of English history, come and explore acres of rolling parkland, walled gardens and ancient woodlands alongside spectacular Gothic architecture, enchanting waters and a breathtaking Edwardian Glasshouse, just waiting for you […]

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Hencote Accomodation With incredible views overlooking Shrewsbury Town and the outer Shropshire Hills, Hencote Wine Estate can provide so much more than just luxury accommodation. With arranged private Vineyard Tours and Wine Tastings, and guaranteed dining reservations for either The Balcony at Hencote, or The View at Hencote, we can provide everything you need for […]

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Explore the hidden gardens and grounds of Oteley, Ellesmere. 10acres of gardens to investigate at your leisure, which includes a boathouse, walled garden, tower, swiss cottage and stunning views across the mere. Open on Saturday 11th September and 9th October 10am to 5pm with local market. The 2,000-acre estate has remained in the same family […]

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Shrewsbury Cathedral

The Cathedral was designed by Edward Pugin, son of Augustus Pugin, and was completed in 1856. The building was paid for by Bertram, Earl of Shrewsbury, who died three months before its completion. It was he who chose the dedication and wished to take the name of Shrewsbury. Amongst the glories of the Gothic Cathedral are its stained […]

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