Search for exciting venues and eventsFind a Venue
If you need advice or help finding venues or event suppliers, use our free helpline service.
18th & 19th September Registration opens soon
Enter your email address to be the first to know.
Great, thanks! We will let you know when registration opens.
We found 38 venues in Historic houses in the UK.
Dating back to 1270, Hever Castle is best known for being the childhood home of Anne Boleyn, the most famous of Henry VIII’s ill-fated wives… more »
Just eight miles from Oxford, Blenheim Palace is a stunning baroque palace set in more than 2,000 acres of beautiful Capability Brown-designed… more »
Part of the Elite Hotels group, Grade I-listed Luton Hoo sits proudly in over 1,000 acres of rolling parkland. The 18th-century stately home… more »
One of the country’s finest historic houses, Woburn Abbey has been home to the Dukes of Bedford for over 300 years. The sprawling 3,000-acre… more »
Designed to be visible from Edinburgh, neo-classical mansion Gosford House is a 200-year-old country pile set in 5,000 acres of coast and… more »
Set in the 12,000-acre Goodwood Estate on the glorious Sussex Downs, the privately owned Goodwood Hotel makes a superb corporate getaway.… more »
The delightfully rambling 14th-century Manor House Hotel combines 21st-century comforts with real character. Its many charms include the Michelin-starred… more »
Multi award-winning Warren House combines a country house environment with a Greater London location. The dedicated conference, training and… more »
Imposing Goodwood House has been home to the Dukes of Richmond for over 300 years and sits at the heart of their stunning 12,000-acre estate… more »
Approached down a long wooded drive, Hedsor House is a magnificent Georgian country mansion set in 100 acres of rolling parkland. Originally… more »
Surrounded by woodland in the rolling Sussex countryside, Gravetye Manor is a beautiful Elizabethan manor built in 1598. A member of Relais… more »
Purpose-built as a function space for the grandees of Bath back in 1771, the Assembly Rooms has been hosting elegant soirées for more than… more »
Bath’s natural springs were a place of wonder and mystery for the ancient Britons and a public bathing complex for the Romans. Two thousand… more »
Built in 1936, Dorich House is a beautifully restored studio and home with lots of character and eye-catching features that make the venue… more »
Staking its claim as the only Tudor castle in England that’s open as a hotel, Thornbury Castle sits pretty in its picturesque South Gloucestershire… more »