Having worked all of these fine places, local and beyond, I have no favourites to be fair to everyone. They are not in any particular order but you may find this information helpful when choosing where to get married and where to have the wedding breakfast. Good luck!
There are many reasons why The Woodlands Hotel is a special wedding venue. We are privately owned and managed so we offer a very special service as we have many years of experience in running weddings.
Christian marriage is different from marriage in a registry office. The difference is that the marriage is blessed by a priest and involves prayers, hymns – an act of worship. We extend the possibility of marriage to all. To arrange a wedding, contact Fr Chris Atkinson – he will make an appointment to meet with you and to discuss what is involved in your marriage at the Abbey.
The Church is dedicated to St. James which was founded in medieval times by three monks.
Sutton St James used to be a chapelry of Long Sutton before being formed into its own parish.
The Church was built in 1302 and originally there was a nave connecting the Tower to the Chancel but this disappeared around 1650. The organ, which is still in the Church today, was installed in 1910.
The Poachers provides a warm, relaxing & friendly atmosphere, for any event with the ‘quirkiness’ of the period bar area which dates back to the 1800’s accompanied by our fantastic contemporary function space and idilic landscaped garden whilst retaining its historic charm
Although the Baptist Church here in Spalding was founded in 1646, we aim to be a Church for Today!
St Mary Magdalene Church is an Anglican parish church of medieval origin in Gedney, Lincolnshire. Renowned for its large size in the surrounding low-lying landscape, it is commonly known as the Cathedral of the Fens
As a stunning converted granary barn, Whaplode Manor Hotel has been hosting weddings and events since 1996.
We pride ourselves on our traditional home cooked, locally sourced food and wide selection of ales, wines and spirits. Whaplode Manor is licensed for civil ceremonies and can seat up to 120 for the ceremony and wedding breakfast, and an additional 130 guests for an evening reception.
Why get married in a registry office when you can have a Ceremony and the reception all in one Historic building with all the facilities that enable you to have the day of your dreams, just the way you want it?
Rutland’s most famous landmark, Normanton Church is now a very popular and unique setting for weddings and, although ceremonies are conducted by a registrar, this magnificent building has all the charm and gravitas you would associate with a traditional church wedding. Most brides dream of the perfect white wedding with all the romantic trimmings and Normanton Church naturally lends itself to such an occasion.
The office is situated in a prestigious building in the centre of one of the finest stone built towns in the country. It’s located near the river Welland, which meanders through the town.
[Stamford Registration Office - Interior]
The ceremony room comfortably seats 50 guests.
It has stone mullioned windows and an attractive fireplace. It’s tastefully decorated in fawn and green with co-ordinating flower arrangements.
Outside, the enclosed walled garden is a delight with mature trees and shrubs. A perfect setting for your photographs.
The Dower House Hotel offers a delightful choice of setting, whether your wedding is a small intimate affair or a larger celebration. Inside the atmosphere of The Dower House Hotel creates a sense of romance and charm. Outside, the grounds provide the ultimate backdrop for your wedding photography.
The hotel is set in its own grounds in the idyllic village of Baston. The most romantic of occasions deserves the most romantic of settings, where dreams can be lived for real and treasured memories can be created that will last a lifetime.
Whether your wedding day is an intimate occasion or a more formal affair we believe in making your day as special, as smooth and as relaxed as possible. Our staff and in house wedding co-ordinator will take care of even the most miniscule detail of your wedding day to ensure that all is perfect.
Our wedding packages are tailored to include everything you need to make your day truly memorable.
St Andrew's Church is a Grade I listed Anglican parish church dedicated to Andrew the Apostle, in Billingborough, Lincolnshire, England. The church is situated 7 miles south-east from Sleaford, and at the western edge of the Lincolnshire Fenlands
The historic first floor ceremony room will seat a maximum of 50 guests. It is tastefully decorated in claret and cream, with grand marble pillars, large stained glass windows and an attractive wooden fireplace. The oak wooden wall panelling and the staircase offer an ideal photo opportunity.
Built in 1904, the Chamber and the majority of the furniture remain relatively unchanged. The fireplace and the high backed chairs have the Borough Council coat of arms carved into them. (The dais where the Mayor sits for Council meetings is a relatively new addition). The flags in the Chamber relate to Boston’s historical connections with Boston Massachusetts, Australia and the RAF, the Union flag is also present.
The Haycock Hotel is one of the finest 3-star hotels in Peterborough. Set in the idyllic surroundings of Wansford, on the River Nene, our hotel offers the best of breathtaking scenery and fine facilities. With direct access to the A1 motorway and only 80 miles from London,
From the most intimate of ceremonies to the grandest of celebrations, King’s Lynn Town Hall can help make your day very special.
King’s Lynn Town Hall is licensed to hold civil marriage and partnership ceremonies in a number of rooms for parties of up to 120 and offers complete wedding packages (ceremony and reception) as well as ceremony only and reception only options. We can accommodate up to 180 for your evening function.
With an award winning coffee shop, the Coach House function room and 12 individually designed ensuite hotel rooms, the hotel is the perfect venue for every occasion. Each room has all of the facilities that you need for a relaxing stay and nothing is too much trouble for our dedicated staff who are here to make you feel at home away from home.
If only walls could talk! Tales of smuggles, sea – disasters, family troubles, happiness and heartbreak would be only a few of the repertoire of the walls of Bicker’s oldest public house – The Red Lion.
This white – painted inn had the name “John Drury” around the date 1665 (the date of the Great Plague of London) and I am given to understand that this was only the date it was restored!
A former Priory Church, dating from 1139, now the Parish Church of this large village on the southern edge of Lincolnshire
Our church stands next to the school in isolation from the village. It is dedicated to St Margaret of Antioch. A Church has stood here for over 700 years and there is an account in ancient Lincoln Diocesan records of the induction of a Vicar to Quadring in 1250. In the Doomsday Book of 1086 (recording properties and population of England), a large part of Quadring parish belonged to the Bishop of Lincoln and he would have been obliged to provide for the religious needs of the people. In other words, a church would be built. Others involved in this were the Percy family. They bequeathed the Church to the Abbess of Stainfield Priory (which they owned) near Lincoln. During Henry VIII's reign Stanfield Priory was destroyed and probably Quadring Church was damaged.
Local Anglican Church at the heart of the Sutton Bridge community which seeks to love God, our Communities, and make Jesus known by Word and action.
Weddings on the shores of Rutland Water
Best Western Normanton Park Hotel offers a beautiful backdrop to your wedding day. We are situated within 5 acres of gardens and parkland overlooking Rutland Water. The perfect surroundings for those all important pictures!
Spalding is situated in the south of the county and is well known for its annual flower parade
The Registration Office, formerly the head office of Johnson’s Seeds, is situated close to the town centre and next to the River Welland.
The beautifully furnished ground floor ceremony room is decorated in shades of blue and yellow with matching silk and fresh flower arrangements. It seats 34 guests.
Outside is an archway and the riverbank opposite. Both offer a picturesque setting for your photographs.
This former courthouse is situated in the heart of the small market town of Long Sutton.
The ceremony room is decorated in shades of blue and cream with co-ordinating pedestal and table silk flower arrangements. It seats 36 people.
Outside, a paved courtyard garden provides an area for those special photographs.
Pinchbeck Village Hall is an excellent venue for weddings, parties for both adults and children, meetings, seminars and every kind of social gathering for either business or pleasure.
West Pinchbeck Church is open most Sundays except on the first Sunday of the month and just occasionally when combined Benefice Services
are held elsewhere in the Group.
Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens is the perfect venue for your corporate events and hires, as well as a picture-perfect setting for your special day.
Parish church. c.1140, c.1190, early C13, C14, C17, 1818.Limestone ashlar and rubble, some render, some red brickpatching. Lead roofs with stone coped gables and cross finials nave with north and south aisles, north and south porches,clerestory, north transept and south-east tower, chancel.
Beautiful Victorian Church in quiet setting
It’s that special wedding day, the once in a life time wedding experience and it needs to be perfect. At Boston West we have been organising wedding breakfasts for a long time so you can be reassured that our experience will go a long way to giving you peace of mind and a wonderful occasion. Boston West, a rural wedding location, with beautiful surroundings, for those all important wedding photographs.
We can offer facilities for up to 110 people for a wedding breakfast, increasing to 200 for an evening reception and our local contacts mean we can help you with everything from flowers to cars, toastmaster to disco. We offer a great choice of menus or can prepare something special just for you.
St Peter & St Paul’s is a large and magnificent village church with lots of history and things to see. Its spire nearly reaches 200 feet above the countryside and the tower gives tremendous views of the fens and even beyond.
We have regular weekly services, baptisms and weddings and also try and make the church available for concerts and many other events. We even have a large screen for films and 14 speaker stereo system.
St Mary and St Nicolas is the ancient parish church of Spalding, Lincolnshire. It is a Grade I listed building
We welcome you to our 12th century church, which is open 9am-6pm in summer and 9am-4pm in the winter months. Come inside and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the architecture, walk around and explore or sit a while and light a candle or put a prayer card on the board in the prayer chapel.
We are a church which welcomes all ages and tries to reach out to the community.