We’ve photographed at a lot of wedding venues in the UK since the start of our photography career. Here we’re giving you just some of the stately home style venues in Yorkshire to help you plan your day.
*All the venues below are in alphabetical order*
Set in 40 acres of grounds, Bagden Hall Hotel has stunning views from all angles. This Victorian country house has a nature reserve, folly and a lake. It’s licenced for ceremonies and has ample rooms for all your guests to stay the night.
Cannon Hall is an 18th century Georgian manor in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. Licensed for wedding ceremonies in the ballroom and outdoor deer shelter, it can cater for weddings of any size. With its acres of recently restored grounds, there are ample opportunities for photographs both inside and out.
With views over the Yorkshire countryside, the option for outdoor wedding ceremonies makes Cubley Hall a unique venue in Sheffield. Its intimate grounds and stone building make the perfect backdrop for all your wedding photographs.
Rossington Hall in Doncaster is a Grade 2 listed Victorian Hall. It sits in a 250 acre estate with stunning photography spots. Inside is their famous staircase and grand rooms. It has 20 bedrooms, all ornately decorated, for your guests to stay the night.
A 16th century mansion covered in ivy, Whitley Hall Hotel is an instantly recognisable Sheffield wedding venue. With its recent outdoor renovation, it is now licensed for weddings in the grounds as well as inside the building itself. Inside there’s a grand staircase, chandeliers and panelled rooms with original brickwork.
Wortley Hall hotel is a beautiful country house in Sheffield. It sits in 26 acres of grounds which include curated flowerbeds, landscaped gardens, wild wooded areas and a pond which is home to a large family of ducks. The ornately decorated wedding breakfast room is finished with fireplaces and chandeliers, while the ballroom is the perfect space for any evening reception.
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