10 Beautiful Hertfordshire Wedding Venues

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I feel so lucky to be a Hertfordshire wedding photographer with so many beautiful Hertfordshire wedding venues on my doorstep. There are all kinds of venues within this beautiful county and something for everyone no matter what style of wedding you are planning. To show you just what I mean I have picked 10 beautiful Hertfordshire wedding venues to inspire you during your wedding planing process.

1. Tewinbury Farm

This incredible venue has so much to offer. You can choose from a variety of barn’s to hold your wedding celebration and enjoy lots of outdoor space around the grounds for some beautiful photos. You even have the option of outdoor ceremony locations too.

The Tythe Barn is the largest of the venues at Tewinbury Farm, which sits beside a lovely ruing stream and includes a large private outdoor space for you and your guests to enjoy.

2. Down Hall Hotel

Down Hall Hotel is a stunning building with landscaped gardens, guest accommodation and lots of luxurious details. The interior is as beautiful as the building itself with opulent decor, grand staircases and incredible chandeliers.

With its vast outdoor space you can choose to have an outdoor drinks reception to the back of the building or enjoy a quite moment with your other half in the landscaped gardens to the front of the building. This venue has so much to offer.

Down Hall Hotel wedding venue

3. Laura Ashley Manor Hotel

This Tudor style venue wins me over with it’s beautiful garden. The garden isn’t so big you could loose guests in the grounds but is so well looked after and has so much to offer. From the unmissable giant chess set, great for unique couple shots on the big day, to the incredible London skyline at the bottom of the grounds.

There is plenty of character to admire inside the venue, such as the dark wooden staircases and huge fireplaces. But I love the huge windows that surround the building, they offer so much natural light, creating the most beautiful images.

4. Fanhams Hall 

If you are looking for grandeur then this is the venue for you. The long gallery is the stunning ceremony room on the second floor with beautiful views over the landscape garden, alternatively you can choose to have an outdoor ceremony that is just as stunning.

Move into the Great Hall for the wedding breakfast where there is ample room and plenty of character to feast your eyes on.

There is so much outdoor space it’s definitely worth taking a stroll around the grounds before the big day. Make your way through the landscape garden to find a lovely little pathway through a tunnel of wisteria. Continue on to find the Japanese garden and woodland at the bottom – beautiful!

5. Kings Chapel

The Kings Chapel is a unique 17th century building that is full of beautiful design details. The main room, now used for ceremonies and wedding breakfasts, has incredible high ceilings and huge high windows that drape the room in natural light. There is also a large open balcony in the main hall, which offers a great opportunity to capture images from above during the wedding ceremony.

The main space is a decorated in a very neutral palette which makes it the perfect blank canvas. You could choose leave this venue as it is with little decor added and it would be beautiful but it also allows the opportunity to do anything you wish to it also. Do what you want with it for your big day.

Kings Chapel Old Amersham
Kings Chapel Old Amersham
Kings Chapel real wedding

6. South Farm

This has to be on of the most unique venues in Hertfordshire. It has so much to offer that you are bound to fall in love with at least one thing about this place.

South Farm offers a stunning waterside outdoor ceremony and indoor barn style dinning room but it’s best attributes are still to be listed. I love the extensive landscape gardens, the unique and beautiful painted gypsy caravans that double up as guest accommodation, but my favorite are the piglets! That’s right, South farm is also a working farm and has a few farmyard animals in the main courtyard so the couple can take 5 minutes out to have photos with the piglets and the hens. CUTE!

7. Beaumont Hall & The Natural Tent Company

You get two for one with this venue, starting with the beautiful grounds and farm house backdrop at Beaumont Hall. This venue offers huge amounts of outdoor space for you to create a wonderful outdoor wedding. That’s where The Natural Tent Company comes in. These guys have some amazing tipi’s that are erected on Beaumont Hall grounds to make the perfect location for a festival style wedding.

A great option for a summer outdoor wedding

8. Latimer House

Tucked away in the Hertfordshire countryside, Latimer House has incredible views from the grounds that you can enjoy from one of their comfy deckchairs out on the lawn.

It is a victorian estate with a modern extension so you can enjoy character charm alongside lots of space to party with all your favourite people. One of it’s most loved features is the full length stained glass window that it positioned at the top of the staircase, it’s a beautiful backdrop for the brides walk to the ceremony.

9. Hanbury Manor

This stunning manor house is set within a beautiful estate surrounded by incredible views across the golf course. As a golf course venue couples have the opportunity to jump on a golf buggy for some stunning photos around the grounds, including stopping off at the lake where you can look back at the beautiful venue and your guests.

There is so much character and charm about this venue with its high ceilings and dark wood paneling. A gorgeous setting for an elegant wedding.

10. Shendish Manor

Shendish Manor is another lovely Hertfordshire wedding venue that brings history & character together with modern spaces. You can enjoy an intimate ceremony and drinks reception in the old part of the house and move into the modern dining room for lots of space and natural light.

Shendish Manor also has a beautiful stone gazebo for licenced ceremonies outside too.

I have loved working at all of these venues and hope it has given some couples some ideas for their own big day.

Each venue has a link to their website so head on over to find out more about your favourites.

I have many more venues still to visit, some of which I am very lucky to be working at over the next year. If you are planning a Hertfordshire based wedding I would love to hear what venue you chose, get in touch and tell me all about your big day.