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The Little Black Book: Wedding venues

  • Warren House

    Muddy says: All the heritage you can handle at this handsome hotel nestled in within four acres of landscaped gardens in Kingston-upon-Thames.

  • Sands at Bleak House

    Muddy says: Situated on the edge of the beautiful Horsell Common, Sands at Bleak House is a chic and contemporary boutique hotel, restaurant and bar.

  • The Runnymede on Thames Hotel and Spa

    Muddy says: A gorgeous hotel in a stunning location on the banks of the river Thames - perfect for a weekend break, spa break, a night out in one of the two restaurants or a special event.

  • De Vere Wotton House Hotel

    Muddy says: This prestigious country house hotel and garden has the wow factor for a wedding, but also offers stylish rooms and a top-quality restaurant.

  • The Talbot Inn

    Muddy says: This 500-year-old coaching house in the pretty village of Ripley offers ample history and charm with a stylist 21st century twist.

  • Hartsfield Manor

    Muddy says: The long driveway beneath towering oaks is an impressive introduction to the magnificence of this Victorian stately home with stunning views over the Surrey Hills.

  • Ramster Hall

    Muddy says: A magical setting for a wedding set in the Surrey Hills and surrounded by 25 acres of stunning gardens.

  • Denbies Wine Estate

    Muddy says: The rolling Surrey hills and verdant green vines make for a stunningly gorgeous backdrop to a wedding day. Add a candlelit wine cellar and you've got romance with a capital R.

  • Botleys Mansion

    Muddy says: If it's wow-factor your after, then Botleys Mansion near Chertsey has it in spades. This grand Palladian country house in Surrey is available for exclusive use, with three stylish spaces to say 'I do', gorgeous reception areas and luxury accommodation.

  • The Plough Inn, Coldharbour

    Muddy says: A traditional English country inn with stylish accommodation, good food and real ale, set in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

  • Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons

    Dining at Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons is an experience that will stay with you forever. The hotel opened in 1984, with the restaurant quickly gaining two Michelin stars, an accolade that has since been repeated for an astonishing 30 years. Described as “a twist of imaginative genius”, Raymond Blanc’s dishes utilise the freshest, best […]

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