Wedding venues in Norfolk and finding the Norfolk wedding venue that is right for you…
TOP TIP: Don’t judge any of the wedding venues in Norfolk by their website – always book an appointment and visit in person before you discount a venue based on the ‘look or impression’ of the website. There are amazing event managers and wedding coordinators who work very hard at wedding venues around the region waiting for you to make an appointment. Keep an open mind and visit first.
Wedding Venues in Norfolk
Barn Drift at Cley – from St Margaret`s church a short walk brings you to Barn Drift with its sheltered three walled gardens to its uninterrupted natural filed views.
Cley Windmill at Cley-next-the-sea near Holt a magical venue overlooking the sea for the intimate wedding.
The Reading Room near Alby – this small village five miles north-east Aylsham on the A140 Norwich to Cromer road. This exclusive use wedding venue has a walled English country garden with richly coloured flowers and herbaceous borders along with its restored 17th century historic buildings.
Briarfields Hotel near Titchwell can accommodate large weddings with up to 140 dinner guests, and up to 350 for a drinks party, and also available for exclusive hire with all rooms booked for you and your guests’ use.
Wedding Venues In Norwich
Norwich is considered the capital of East Anglia. Overlooking the city Norwich Castle with its 12 th century keep, the Norman Cathedral is one of the finest in England and some parts of the ancient city walls remain.
The Assembly House in Norwich city centre. This Grade I-listed House, designed by architect Thomas Ivory in 1754, has much to offer with its Grand Hall; The Noverre Ballroom; The Music room; The Hobbart function room and gardens.
Norwich Castle the Castle Museum and Art Gallery is situated on Castle Mound in the centre of Norwich. A medieval royal fortification Norwich Castle is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and Grade I listed building.
The Flint Room is a new space for independent ceremonies in the heart of Norwich. A former Church, lovingly restored. A gem within this historic city.
Wedding Venues in Norfolk Broads
Broadland and Broads has 125 miles of waterways in its unique National Park. This navigable waterway is lock-free and set in the beautiful countryside, scattered with picturesque and charming towns and villages.
Fishley Hall near Acle 14 miles from Norwich. Fishley Hall shares its 350 acres of beautiful Norfolk Countryside with a working farm. Wedding ceremonies can be held at Fishley Hall or at the onsite at St Mary’s Church of Fishley.
Southwood Hall near Norwich is a Grade II listed thatched Coronation Barn with options for ceremonies in the formal secret gardens or woodlands.
Waxham Great Barn a mere five minutes walk to Waxham Beach along the east cost of Norfolk stands Waxham Great Barn managed by the Norfolk Historic Building Trust and is licensed venue for civil ceremonies. Play their intro video filmed by fellow creative GLR Visual below…
Wedding Venues Near Holt
Holt is on the route of the A148 Kings Lynn to Cromer road in charming rural north Norfolk. Its 18th century Georgian buildings make the town one of the most attractive in north Norfolk.
Voewood at High Kelling – a village located on the A148 between Kings Lynn and Cromer 1.5 miles east of Holt. Voewood is a large country house with extensive grounds including a knot garden, woodland, ponds and Topiary.
Chaucer Barn at Gresham near Holt is an award winning barn conversion with self-catering luxury accommodation with its own 5-acre landscaped garden with beautiful views over rolling fields to mature woodland.
Back To The Garden at Letheringsett near Holt offers a unique opportunity for a private function space to host your wedding reception with high beams, traditional flint and lots and lots of natural light.
Bayfield Hall near Holt with its spacious lakeside grounds, 120 acres of rolling mature parklands a grade II listed Georgian House and ruins of St Margaret’s church.
Wedding Venues near Kings Lynn
Kings Lynn, is a historic medieval seaport and market town in Norfolk situated on the banks of the River Great Ouse. Fishing remains an important industry however today tourism is also important for Kings Lynn with historic sites, gardens, wedding venues abound.
The Dukes Head Hotel overlooking the market place in the heart of Kings Lynn old town. This Georgian building is a traditional Hotel with modern facilities
Happy Valley near Kings Lynn is a Norfolk Wildlife Trust site. For a relaxing and unique wedding Happy Valley is set in nine acres of woodland and open glades.
Piggyback Barns at Sculthorpe near Fakenham. The red brick barns have been converted and offer a truly countryside wedding. The local church is a 2 minute walk from the barns ideal for all those looking to hold their wedding ceremony in this stunning location.
Pentney Abbey near Kings Lynn an Augustinian Priory, established around 1130 has been restored and offers exclusive use Norfolk weddings. Pentney village dates at least to the 3rd or 4th centuries.