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10 of the UK’s most unusual Wedding Venues

By Debs Cass on June 21st, 2013 0 comments yet. Be the First

Finding THE wedding venue can be the hardest nut to crack on your wedding plan. Proximity to home/elderly relatives; ambience; cost; capacity; funny little rules venues dictate, can be enough to put any bride/groom into a spin. As more and more weddings these days are becoming less corporate hotel chain affairs, couples tying the knot are increasingly on the hunt for a venue that fulfills big dreams. Not necessarily of the princess variety, but of a personal, meaningful to the newlyweds kind.

This ‘holy grail’ can also entail the need for unique, never-done-before and a wedding people don’t stop talking about. High ambitions require some pretty far-out options, and for those of you quirky, adventurous and non-conventional types out there, here’s our top ten unusual wedding venues around the UK.

The Lodge, Scotland

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Nestled between the shores of Loch Goil and a majestic backdrop of mountain scenery, The Lodge is an intimate luxury wedding venue in Scotland. Built in 1864 and exuding the elegance of a bygone era with lovingly restored interiors and gardens. Offering a magnificent Tree House for a unique wedding ceremony and the Summerhouse, a secluded self-contained cottage on the shores of the loch, for the ultimate honeymoon retreat. A ceremony for 2-24 guests can be held in one of the world's only licensed tree house with a wedding feast afterwards in the Victorian dining room; whilst a ceremony for up to 60 guests can be held theatre-style in the dining room with the wedding celebrations moving through to the conservatory afterwards. The Lodge's on-site wedding planner, can coordinate everything from entertainment and local accommodation for non-resident guests to wedding cakes, cars and anything else to make the day special. The Lodge Scotland

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