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Interesting Places to Get Married in the UK

Tunnels Beach Weddings, Devon

A beach wedding might seem more suited to the tropical climes of the Caribbean but Tunnels Beach in Devon offers a beautiful beach location to tie the knot. Even the weather can’t stop a wedding here, as there is a stylish function room overlooking the sea that will protect your guests from the ever-changing British weather. Tucked away in a private cove, there are stunning views and amazing sunsets that will make the perfect backdrop for you special day. There is even a resident seal that is known to show up on the shore during a wedding!

Mussenden Temple, Londonderry

What could be more impressive that a Cliffside temple for your wedding? This amazing location was originally built 1785 and forms part of the estate of the 4th Earl of Bristol. It stands solitary on the edge of the cliff, and offers a fantastic view of the sea. Perfect for anyone who has an eye for history!

The Underground Cavern, Somerset

For people who like a bit of drama, this venue will see your wedding take place deep beneath the countryside surrounded by clear pools and rock formations. For those who don’t want just a traditional church wedding, this could be perfect, with ancient rock formations and soft candle light creating a truly magical mood.

Spitbank Fort, Portsmouth

I think most of us dream about getting married on our own private island, but this must seem a million miles off from reality. However, it’s actually only a few miles off the coast of Portsmouth, with Spitbank Fort offering you the chance to rent out their private sea fort for your wedding! Originally built to protect the coast from Napoleon III, this converted fort offers luxury accommodation with panoramic views of the Solent.