Venue inspiration from Your Surrey Wedding

Deciding on your ideal Surrey wedding venue is an key part of your wedding planning.

There is a huge choice of different venue types in Surrey including hotels, barns, country manor houses, romantic castles as well as chic city and town centre locations.

Check out these Surrey wedding venues and those further afield in our listings below.

Wedding Venue Inspiration: The Cobham Curve, Cobham

The Cobham Curve, Cobham

The Cobham Curve is a modern property with a curved roof, tree boundaries and gorgeous grounds. The large entrance is sure to impress guests with a red carpet and candles leading to the large function room. Set among rugby pitches and grassed areas, a large marquee can be erected for larger celebrations.


Wedding Venue Inspiration: Woodlands Park Hotel, Cobham

Woodlands Park Hotel, Cobham

Woodlands Park Hotel is situated within eight acres of landscaped gardens and is just 20 miles from Central London. Built in 1885, the Gothic style venue has black timber framing across pitched roofs contrasting the rich stonework and tall stately chimneys. Intricate Victorian detailing highlights the fine workmanship and design used to build this Grade II listed mansion house, which counted King Edward VII as a regular guest.


Wedding Venue Inspiration: Brooklands Museum, Weybridge

Brooklands Museum, Weybridge

Brooklands Museum is a wedding venue steeped in history. Since opening in 1907, the property has been through two World Wars, the Jet Age and beyond. It's a place of great endeavour, achievements and has spawned many great pioneers, drivers, aviators and engineers. Couples will able to browse through the archives and get an insight into its wonderful history. Take advantage of the many photo opportunities such as under the wings of the first production Concorde, the oldest remaining British motor racing track or next to remarkable motor racing vehicles. Couples can make the day extra special by booking a driving experience on part of the old track in an exhilaration racing car.


Wedding Venue Inspiration: De Vere Horsley Estate, Horsley

De Vere Horsley Estate, Horsley

Situated in more than 70 acres of picturesque parkland is the De Vere Horsley Estate. This Victorian mansion dates back to 1820 and boasts 28 newly refurbished en suite bedrooms, a croquet lawn, a lake and quirky towers.


Wedding Venue Inspiration: De Vere Selsdon Estate, Croydon

De Vere Selsdon Estate, Croydon

Originally known as The Mansion on the Hill, the De Vere Seldon Estate is a historic property that dates back to Saxon times. Located within 204 acres of breathtaking gardens, the venue has recently been refurbished and is full of rich character. Boasting a 500-year-old Cedar tree planted by Queen Elizabeth I, De Vere Seldon Estate has a multitude of places in which to take photographs, including the grand staircase, stained-glass window and grounds. There's also an on-site championship 18-hole par 73 golf course that takes around four-and-a-half hours to complete when walking.


Wedding Venue Inspiration: Hartsfield Manor, Betchworth

Hartsfield Manor, Betchworth

Hartsfield Manor is a 19th-century stately home situated in 16 acres of breathtaking countryside. The property boasts a rose garden, croquet lawn and driveway, creating an impressive backdrop for photographs. Inside this impressive venue couples will find historic arched doors, grand fireplaces, chandeliers and a small fitness centre.


Wedding Venue Inspiration: Foxhills Club & Resort, Ottershaw

Foxhills Club & Resort, Ottershaw

Foxhills Club & Resort is a 19th-century manor house surrounded by 400 acres of countryside. The impressive hotel boasts three golf courses, beautifully decorated bedrooms, an outdoor pool, a natural pond, woodlands and grand event spaces.


Wedding Venue Inspiration: Lythe Hill Hotel & Spa, Haslemere

Lythe Hill Hotel & Spa, Haslemere

Located within 22 acres of glorious countryside is the grand Lythe Hill Hotel & Spa. Resting on the borders of Hampshire, Surrey and West Sussex, the property is an outstanding example of a luxury country house hotel that has retained much of its original charm. The property perfectly combines 16th-century architecture, with a contemporary and elegant feel to create a luxurious atmosphere. The hotel boasts 43 individually designed bedrooms, a gym, a spa, a health club and a restaurant.


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