Finding wedding venues with dazzling accommodation that has a bit of a difference can be a tricky business. After the last dance of the night, the style doesn’t stop there – you need a bedroom suite that can finish off your day with a bang. Whether you’re looking for a luxurious Hyde Park hotel with regal credentials or are gunning for something a little more offbeat, like a quirky yurt or caravan, there are wedding venues with accommodation out there to suit all big day styles. What’s more, these 20 wedding venues all have on-site accommodation – so you won’t have to travel far to rest your party feet!
1. The Yurt Retreat
Renowned for its vintage atmosphere and quirky touches, The Yurt Retreatcertainly packs plenty of style. Spend your wedding night in one of the farm cottages, and wake up to views across rural Somerset.
2. Roulotte Retreat
A collection of French gypsy caravans in a tranquil Scottish Borders setting, Roulotte Retreat is a little bit different to the rest. Hold both your ceremony and reception in their three-acre meadow, then stay the night in your very own caravan.
3. Cowley Manor
A glamorous manor house in Gloucestershire, Cowley Manor promises to be a decadent overnight stay. Their ‘Best Bedroom’ has a Scandinavian style, and even features a double bath.
4. Heath Barn
Tucked away in the Cotwolds Bluebell Wood, Heath Barn is a fantastic place for a festival-style wedding. Choose between the rustic shepherds huts and Munday’s Meadow Lotus Belle tents for accommodation with a difference.
5. Swallowtail Hill Farm
Right on the Kent and East Sussex border, Swallowtail Hill Farm is the boho wedding venue that dreams are made of. We love their quirky approach to celebrations – and their beamy Tudor-style Cottage for two.
fforest was once dubbed the ‘coolest campsite in Britain’, and we can’t help but agree. The 200-acre west Wales estate will be exclusively yours, with their new Campshacks available for an offbeat wedding night.
7. Barns at Llyn Gwynant Campsite
Nail the vintage look at Barns at Llyn Gwynant Campsite. Keep the Camping Barn for yourself and let hardier guests brave the elements under canvas in the surrounding fields.
8. Luton Hoo
Used by the Queen and Prince Philip as a country retreat in the early years of their marriage, Luton Hoo certainly has the royal seal of approval. Opt for one of the large suites, and look out across 1000 acres of Capability Brown designed parkland.
9. Elmore Court
We’re more than a little bit in love with the wedding spaces at Elmore Court, but the bedrooms really are something else. The glorious Master Suite has its own adjoining dressing room – ideal for getting ready in the morning.
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10. South Farm
If you’ve always dreamed of owning your very own country estate, you need to get on down to South Farm. The cosy traditional bedrooms are just what you need after a long night on the dancefloor.
11. Powderham Castle
Just eight charming bedrooms are available at Powderham Castle, making it the perfect big day destination if you want to blend a grand celebration with intimate accommodation.
12. Inshriach House
The Beer Moth at Inshriach House is one bridal suite that definitely has the X Factor. A converted fire truck that comes complete with a Victorian double bed, wood burning stove and parquet floor, you’ll never see caravan holidays in the same way again.
13. Hartwell House
Jane Austen-esque Hartwell House cuts the perfect balance between stately and homely, both in its reception suites and bedrooms. Hire out the Old Rectory, and you’ll have your own rural retreat for the weekend.
14. The Lost Village of Dode
With 900 years of history, The Lost Village of Dode isn’t short on character. A collection of ancient buildings on the North Downs, the ‘Retreat’ was built to celebrate the Millennium, yet blends perfectly with the rest of the venue.
15. The Dorchester
Famous around the world, a sumptuous stay comes as standard at The Dorchester. Located on the edge of Hyde Park, the top floor bedroom suites have some of the best views across the capital.
16. St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel
Recently restored and bursting with romance, the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel features hand-stenciled wall designs and gold leaf ceilings to name just a couple of luxurious details. If you’re looking for traditional style with an unexpected twist, this definitely fits the bill.
17. Burgh Island Hotel
An Art Deco paradise on the south Devon coast, Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson once spent a night at Burgh Island Hotel. Many of the hotel’s rooms are themed, but all of them channel timeless British glamour.
18. Pennard House
While Pennard House itself might be a gorgeous country manor, you can also stay the night in their tipis with your bridal party – fitting for a venue just down the road from Glastonbury!
19. Westfield Farm
With beautiful gardens that play home to over 50 different varieties of roses, Westfield Farm in Norfolk is perfect for an al fresco summer soiree. Treat your guests to a relaxed barbecue in their yurts, and then retreat to a caravan for an unusual take on a bridal suite.
20. Blakes Hotel
Last but definitely not least, we have to give a mention to Blakes Hotel in London. Winners of the ‘Sexiest Bedroom Award’, we know where we want to spend our wedding night…
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