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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!

Bridgnorth

Colemore Farm

A Real Shropshire Retreat Timber-framed Colemore Farm offers luxury self-catering accommodation, nestled into the heart of Shropshire’s tranquil countryside. Frog Mill Barn has been converted from a rundown threshing barn into a cosy, but light and airy, holiday cottage sleeping up to four people. Frog Mill Barn, Grade II listed, is a perfect mix of […]

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Shrewsbury

Hencote

Set high above Shrewsbury and the Shropshire countryside, the Hencote estate is a reminder of what England, at its best, has to offer. An insistence on authenticity and a keen eye for detail has driven the creation of this unique English experience that comprises wine tasting, vineyard tours, a hilltop restaurant and luxury accommodation. Stroll […]

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Whitchurch

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 and ancient woodlands alongside spectacular Gothic architecture and enchanting waters an, just waiting for you to discover them down a […]

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Shrewsbury

Hawkstone Hall & Gardens

Luxury Hotel • The Saloon Restaurant • Hill’s Kitchen • Afternoon Tea • Staycations & Retreats • Gym • Meeting & Events Spaces Nestled within the hills of the rolling Shropshire countryside, you will find the magnificent Grade | listed estate of Hawkstone Hall & Gardens. With ceilings gilded in gold, sweeping staircases, four-poster luxury […]

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Whitchurch

Macdonald Hill Valley Hotel, Golf & Spa

Set within the glorious north Shropshire countryside, complemented by the smooth greens of our very own golf club, Hill Valley Golf and Spa Hotel offers a tranquil base and fabulous facilities – perfect for a break with family or friends and all within easy reach of the A41 and A49 intersection, half a mile from […]

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Oswestry

Lion Quays Resort

Lion Quays Resort is a truly magnificent setting for a romantic break, a pampered spa weekend away or a family stay set in stunning Shropshire countryside. Lion Quays also proves as an amazing waterside setting for peaceful business meetings or as a breathtaking and spacious backdrop for your wedding or special occasion. A natural antidote […]

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Bridgnorth

The Bulls Head Inn at Chelmarsh

The Bull’s Head is a traditional family owned 18th century (circa 1730) Inn,  four miles south of historic Bridgnorth, set amidst Shropshire’s rolling hills, with stunning views over the Severn Valley, Clee Hills & Chelmarsh Reservoir. The Inn has many original features such as exposed beams and stone walls in the Bar areas, where a […]

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Whitchurch

Whitchurch Town Council

Local Town Council for the market town of Whitchurch, Shropshire. Civic Centre event venue. Please check out our social media platforms for details of forthcoming shows and events – and contact our Reception Hub for details of regular classes held in the Centre. If you wish to hire our facilities, please contact out Reception Hub […]

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Oswestry

Fitzwarine house

Fitzwarine house Historic Guest house  opposite Whittington Castle. Fitzwarine house is situated on the A495 in the picturesque village of Whittington. Views of Whittington castle from most of the rooms. Its a very old building parts of which date back to Tudor times. Oozing character it is the ideally placed for exploring the spectacular scenery […]

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Ludlow

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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Telford

Lilleshall Hall and Gardens

Lilleshall House and Gardens is a venue with a bit of everything. We’ve got history, impressive grounds, a sporting heritage few can match, and we’ve rooms and meeting spaces to suit all needs. Nestled in the Shropshire countryside, Lilleshall Hall is set in spectacular and secluded surroundings, over 200 acres in fact. Lilleshall House & […]

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Oswestry

Niche Patisserie Ltd

Welcome to Niche Patisserie at the Black Gate The Black Gate on Salop Road is such a beautiful Grade 2 listed building and it is wonderful for the team at Niche Patisserie to showcase their work in such a historical building of the town. Pastry chef, Adam became a familiar face on our TV screens […]

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Shrewsbury

Darwin's Townhouse

Darwin’s Townhouse is a privately owned, family run late 18th Century Grade II* Georgian Townhouse which was purchased in 2016 and has undergone a complete refurbishment. Creating a 19 bedroom boutique bed and breakfast in the heart of Shrewsbury town centre. Located in a quiet backwater of the town with its black and white Tudor […]

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