Surrey is arguably one of the most beautiful parts of England. Nestled in the country’s southeast corner, it enjoys stunning summers and mild but beautifully snowy winters. It’s a place of magical moments and surprises around every corner. Its resume includes award-winning vineyards, modern hotels, delectable restaurants, ancient forests, stunning waterways, historic towns and charming villages. The beauty of the natural countryside is unrivalled. Why would you want to leave? Saying ‘I do’ in Surrey means wanting your big day to last as long as possible. And so it should! And it can at these gorgeous late license venues.
Foxhills Club & Resort is the ideal Surrey wedding venue. This refurbished country home is now an elegant hotel with a resort and golf club, making for the perfect outdoor wedding. It sits upon a 400-acre estate. Every nook and cranny of the ground has something beautiful and surprising to reveal. You can discover each of them together as newlyweds and create a wedding album you’ll cherish for years.
The hotel has a late license so that you can make your big day last well into the wee hours of the morning. Dance the night away with friends, family, and your new life partner. And do so without worries about how your head will feel in the morning. This Surrey wedding venue has an on-site spa, don’t you know? Let Foxhills Club & Resort spa team massage your tired dancing feet and pamper your soul.
Tylney Hall Hotel is ever so romantic. Even as wedding venues go, it’s a cut above many. There are many wedding venues on one estate in which to get married. The mansion boasts the baronial-style Tylney Suite, which has high vaulted ceilings and exposed wooden beams. The room has a minstrel’s gallery for musicians to play from as you walk down the candlelit or flower-lined aisle. For something more intimate but alfresco, couples can opt for the incredible stone gazebo in the Italian Garden, full of beautiful blooms and luscious greenery.
Despite the modern commodities and amenities at Tylney Hall Hotel, this wedding venue has a real sense of old-world charm. Even though you might have a band playing live, followed by a DJ with a light show, you’ll still be swept up in the history of this building. And you’ll be glad you did.
The Mandolay Hotel is a stunning venue inside and out. There are even spaces inside where you’ll feel the outdoors has crept in! No matter what your dream wedding looks like in your head, the team at this sought-after hotel can take it and make it into something tangible, something you could only ever have imagined. The service, planning, advice and guidance at The Mandolay Hotel ensure you have a stress-free day that’s memorable for all the right reasons.
There are any number of spaces in the hotel to take advantage of for your ceremony, drinks reception, photographs, wedding breakfast and party. Whether your guest list could fit on a post-it or runs up to 500 people, there’s room for your dream wedding here. And with the late license, you can feel as though your dream will last forever while you dance late into the night with your beloved.
You might have thought that getting married in a barn would be the last thing you’d ever want, but we’re here to assure you that this refurbished barn venue is the place to say ‘I do’. Mercure Box Hill Burford Bridge Hotel is a rustic but beautiful building. Long gone are the animals, the hay, and the farm yard smell! During the day, you can exchange vows beneath all that remains – high ceilings, original 17th-century exposed beams, natural light, and an aisle awaiting your walk. Or, if an evening ceremony is more your style, vow yourselves to each other under a blanket of twinkling fairy light. No matter which, it’s sure to be a magical moment.
The Tithe Barn also has its own private bar for you and your guests, licensed to serve until 1am, so nothing is stopping you from enjoying the day and night with your guests.
You don’t have to get married in a castle for a fairytale wedding, right? But it sure helps! Farnham Castle is the place to make Disney Princesses green with envy! If you choose to say ‘I do here, you’re sure to have the beautiful wedding of your dreams and a day your guests will remark upon with glee for years to come.
Exchange vows in Lantern Hall with its impressive stone arches and beautiful lancet windows. Choose a gorgeous garden ceremony on the East Lawn or Great Lawn. There are also two historic chapels to choose from – The Norman Chapel and The Bishop’s Chapel – each beautiful in their own way.
Afterwards, enter the great hall as a ‘just married’ couple and celebrate amongst the stained glass windows, magnificent gold-framed portraits, grand fireplace and inviting dance floor (open ‘til late, of course) and rest assured your guests will be impressed!
Grim’s Dyke Hotel is a 19th-century country house on an estate of 40 rolling acres of stunning gardens and natural woodland. It is the perfect place for a countryside wedding, that’s not too rural and is well connected enough that all your guests can arrive with ease. It is a true oasis of calm and serenity in bustling northwest London.
This four-star venue reminds me of the beautiful Shibden Hall of Gentleman Jack fame. That alone should be enough to get you dialling their number! It’s a beautiful red brick building with bright white accents and exposed wooden beams. Inside, it is elegance and refinement. The beautiful venue sports wooden panelling, high ceilings and grand open fireplaces, yet there’s a simplicity to the place that is beautiful. It invites you to put your stamp on your special day. With its late license, you’ll be able to enjoy each moment.
The Talbot Ripley is a lovely ivy-strewn red brick hotel with an adjacent refurbished barn. It’s the epitome of rustic romance. Whether you wish to get married amongst the hay bales or beneath a shiny chandelier, it’s all possible, and in the barn, no less! Walking down the aisle, you can feel the history and charm exuding from the beamed ceiling. In the evening, stroll outside as newlyweds beneath a canopy of fairy lights. Or say ‘I do’ in the hotel venue, which boasts elegance and beauty by the tonne. It’s hard to imagine there is a dream wedding scenario in your head that isn’t possible here at The Talbot Ripley!
This venue has a late license too, which is great because if you can dance until the early morning hours, there’s no need to rush through dinner. You’ll get to savour every moment of this dining experience with your friends and family.
When you think of your wedding, you think of the romantic moments, almost all of which involve you not being able to take your eyes off your partner. However, we’re sorry to say (not sorry at all) that you might find your glances distracted at this gorgeous wedding venue! Silvermere Inn on the Lake is the ideal spot for a waterside wedding. As you may have guessed, it is a lakeside wedding venue. If you choose to get married outdoors, you’ll have beautiful views, from the stunning venue to the rippling, sparkling lake. The lovely natural birdsong may even accompany you down the aisle. Inside, the wedding suites are lined with windows so that you may enjoy oodles of natural light and panoramic views throughout your special day. Couples who’ve said ‘I do’ here adore the incredible food, and the venue’s late license allows you to enjoy every bite!
Mercure Thame Lambert Hotel. What can we say? This mid-Victorian building was once a coaching inn. It now stands as a quaint and charming hotel and wedding venue. Full of character and charm from times gone by, each era since it was built left its stamp upon it. It’s steeped in history, and now your love story can effortlessly be weaved into its heritage.
You’ll find this stunning place at the foot of Chiltern Hills, in an area of stunning natural beauty. The venue itself boasts blossoming gardens and a picturesque central courtyard. In the building, you’ll find elegant rooms teeming with passionate staff, there for you from enquiry until the moment you say goodbye after your overnight stay. Don’t underestimate the importance of good service and preparation for a wedding day – the staff here don’t, and that’s why so many married couples leave with such joyous memories.