Romantic wedding venues

Wouldn't you like your special day to be just that bit more special? For some couples the local registry office just doesn't have the wow factor they're looking for. Well you don't have to settle for second best, there are plenty of romantic and exciting alternatives to choose from. If you are trying to find that extra special wedding venue then take a look at our top ten.

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The Mansion, Albury Park, Surrey. A fabulous Tudor mansion complete with Saxon church and 17th century Grade I listed gardens. Previously used as a castle in Four Weddings And A Funeral, it is actually just outside Guildford.

Westminster Register Office, London, NW1. Also known as Old Marylebone Town Hall, this venue has been popular with the great and good for years. It has an amazing marble entrance and lavishly paneled corridors. Choose from one of four fabulous marriage rooms, it will certainly provide a day to remember.

Penrhos, Kington, Herefordshire. An old manor farm on the Welsh border, makes for a perfect romantic location. You have use of the whole farm, which includes 15 bedrooms and two apartments.

Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire. Set in over 2,000 acres of Capability Brown parkland this location is the ultimate romantic setting. The organisers go to great lengths to meet all your requirements. Enjoy horse and cart rides through the park and marquees on the banks of the lake.

The Actors' Church, Covent Garden, London. More properly known as St. Paul's Church, offers peace and quiet just a moment away from hustle and bustle of Covent Garden. You will soak up plenty of history here and you can add your name to the list of famous thespians who have tied the knot in the past.

Eastnor Castle, Malvern is situated in a 5,000 acre estate in the Malvern Hills. Surrounded by a lake, deer park and arboretum, it provides stunning views of the rolling Herefordshire countryside and is the perfect castle for a romantic wedding.

The Houses of Parliament is now available as a wedding venue to members of the public for the first time. Westminster City Council has granted a licence approving two rooms in the Palace of Westminster to be used for marriages and civil partnerships. The rooms have been approved as venues for civil ceremonies until 2013.

Sudeley Castle Winchcombe, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. This is a stunning location set in the heart of the Cotswold Hills. Steeped in history, with royal connections which span a thousand years.

Thirlestane Castle Lauder, Berwickshire. A perfect fairytale venue that's ideal for your special day. Beautiful surroundings make this an unforgettable venue for your wedding day.

Gwydir Castle, Llanwrst, North Wales. Approved premises for Civil Marriages which includes two early Tudor ground-floor halls available for the ceremony and reception. Includes open log fires and candles. The 10-acre gardens are also available for your use.