Middleport Pottery

If the Burgess Room upstairs looks a tad familiar, that’s because Middleport Pottery used to play host to Channel 4’s the Great Pottery Throw Down. Hosting a selection of the original moulds used in the Burleigh Factory dating back up to 130 years, the scene is already set for couples looking for an industrial aesthetic.

Norwood Park

Host your dream ceremony in the fully-licensed Clock Tower, a timeless Palladian Hall painted entirely in white with oak flooring, enormous sash windows, panelled ceiling, oversized arched mirrors and gold gilded chandeliers. Have all your nearest and dearest surround you with a capacity of 160 guests in the Clock Tower. With seated dining for up

Doxford Hall

Picture this, you’re being chauffeured down a sweeping driveway surrounded by 10 acres of manicured greenery. You find yourself strolling the gardens with your newlywed, snapping those iconic in-the-moment shots, when you stumble upon a polished yew tree maze with a walled garden where you and your now-husband can laugh, talk in privacy and just

The Croft

The crème de la crème of creative venues, The Croft is a brand new wedding destination nestled on the banks of the river in Croft-on-Tees. Commanding an impressive renovation with strip lighting, botanically-inspired decor and a whole host of modern plus points, this grade-II listed building has been transformed by the prolific Apartment Group (the

Lartington Hall

Welcome to Lartington Hall, where glorious quintessential British charm meets modern marriage heaven. Nestled amidst the rolling countryside this statement venue is one that truly takes the breath away, with an awe-inspiring frontage and the most incredible interiors. Beautiful bedrooms, enchanting lounge and dining spaces and cosy 17th century snug rooms make this house your

Whalton Manor Gardens

Your garden wedding never looked so good. Whalton Manor Gardens in the heart of Northumberland is an exclusive use playground for the most plentiful wedding celebrations – use this blank canvas as your own to execute any wedding vision, from street food vans and stretch tents to luxury open air ceremonies and sunset Ceilidh dances.

The Pumping House

The Pumping House in Ollerton is an on-trend wedding venue featuring everything a couple could wish for. A beautiful main reception room flooded with natural light, a licenced ceremony room, seven individually themed rooms to use as you wish, gorgeous grounds and luxury onsite apartment accommodation. Not to mention incredible food and drink and a

Lemmington Hall

  Lemmington’s two-night wedding experience for between 40-100 guests ticks all the boxes for contemporary couples. Head up the picturesque driveway and check into your private home-from-home before enjoying welcome drinks, cocktails and canapés, pre-dinner appetisers and aperitifs and an intimate rehearsal dinner including free-flowing wine.  Their aim from inception to completion was to raise

Dalton Old Pump House

A VISION OF CONTEMPORARY CLASS Entering Dalton Old Pump House, you immediately feel encased in your private little wedding world. Surrounded by glorious greenery couples can have their Bonnie and Clyde moment in true natural beauty, before heading up the majestic steps into the venue. The interior boasts modern accents which blend seamlessly with original

Le Château des Alpilles

The château was first inherited in the seventeenth century, but as time passed, the castle fell into disrepair. By the time the Bon family took over in 1980, it was a dilapidated property – but aware of its grand potential, Françoise Bon and her daughter Catherine set about restoring it back to glory. Fast forward