Top 10 Suffolk Wedding Venues

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Top 10 Suffolk Wedding Venues

Choosing a wedding venue is usually one of the first things on most couples’ wedding to-do list. East of England offers a huge choice of venues so you can be certain you will find your perfect dream venue. To help you with your planning, we’ve put together the list of our Top 10 Suffolk Wedding Venues.

Woodhall Manor

Woodhall Manor is a Grade II* Elizabethan Manor House located close to Woodbridge and just 10 minutes away from the Suffolk coast. It’s a beautiful 16th-century mansion, set in 9 acres of landscaped grounds and gorgeous walled gardens, with a quintessentially English charm. We love being a preferred supplier at this venue and think it’s a stunning place to hold your wedding. You can see some of our photographs taken at Woodhall Manor in this link.

Easton Grange

Easton Grange is one of the most luxurious barn wedding venues in Suffolk, Norfolk and Essex. It has fabulous on-site accommodation and capacity for a wedding reception for up to 175 guests. It is private and secluded, with traditional beautiful buildings and modern luxury. It’s a truly stunning venue for a perfect wedding.

Granary Barns

The Granary Barns are located in the tiny, charming village of Woodditton, just outside Newmarket. It consists of two 18th century barns with classic flint walls and original timber beams on display throughout and capacity of up to 175 guests.

Hengrave Hall

Hengrave Hall is an exquisite Tudor mansion in the village of Hengrave, just a few miles north of Bury St Edmunds and is one of the premier wedding venues in Suffolk. It has capacity for civil and church weddings, as the church of St John Lateran is within a short stroll of the main house. It’s a truly grand venue and the couples can choose between the Long Gallery (capacity 140 people) and one of the smaller rooms for more intimate parties.

Ravenwood Hall

Ravenwood Hall specialises in creating custom wedding packages. This venue is located just 3 miles from Bury St Edmunds and is set in 7 acres of secluded, tranquil gardens in the beautiful Suffolk countryside.

Wherstead Park

Wherstead Park is a splendid Georgian riverside mansion. Set in beautiful landscaped grounds overlooking the river Orwell and Wherstead Parish Church. The venue has two very different spaces – traditional Georgian mansion building with rich history and tonnes of character, and the stunning, modern Atrium.

Bruisyard Hall

Bruisyard Hall is a magnificent stately home set in 700 acres of quintessential Suffolk countryside including a private fishing lake. The venue has twelve luxurious bedrooms, a snooker room and an attic bar with a card table.

Wilderness Reserve

Wilderness Reserve is a unique 5000-acre wedding venue. It contains parkland, lakes and woods. The Georgian manor is licensed for civil ceremonies of up to 100 guests. There is also the Orangery which can seat up to 120 guests for the wedding breakfast and marquee with the capacity of up to 300.

The Garden Barn

The Garden Barn is a stunning 18th-century timber-framed building that has been restored to provide an exciting and unique venue for weddings. It is set within the beautiful gardens of Little Bradley Hall and opens onto a vast lawned area with flower borders. The Garden Barn has absolutely everything you need to make your wedding day truly memorable.

Dove Barn

Dove Barn. This romantic, rural wedding barn is tucked away in a secluded corner of the south part of Suffolk. The wedding venue is set on a working farm and it consists of two inter-connecting barns, a sheltered terrace and a large meadow.

If you found this post helpful, feel free to also see our selection of best wedding venues in and around Cambridge and our top 10 Norfolk wedding venues.

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