17 Wedding Venues near Shropshire

We found 17 Wedding Venues within 0 miles23 miles of Shropshire

Amidst the whirlwind of wedding preparations, finding the perfect venue can feel like a daunting task. But fear not, as we've curated a comprehensive list of wedding venues in and around Shropshire to simplify your search. Whether you picture exchanging vows in a venue that allows you to toss confetti in the air or one that has late night access, our selection caters to every dream wedding scenario. From majestic castles to beautiful country locations, our range of venues ensures that your fairytale wedding vision becomes a reality. Just use our easy filters on the left side of the page to customise your search and explore a selection of options, ranging from more luxurious to budget friendly. Each venue on our list has plenty of unique features, from bridal changing facilities to a variety of other options, all ensuring that every aspect of your special day is taken care of. With our selection of wedding venues, there's something to suit every taste and preference. So, take the stress out of wedding planning and let our curated list guide you to the perfect setting for your Shropshire wedding.

 Wedding Venues near Shropshire
 Wedding Venues near Shropshire
 Wedding Venues near Shropshire
 Wedding Venues near Shropshire
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Hadley Park House Hotel

Hadley Park House Hotel

Telford
11.0 miles

Whether you’re planning a Civil Ceremony, same-sex marriage or renewal of vows, it’s ...

Combermere Abbey - The Glasshouse And Walled Garden Pavilion

Combermere Abbey - The Glasshouse And Walled Garden Pavilion

Whitchurch
20.6 miles

Steeped in a thousand years of English history, come and explore acres of rolling parkland, wall ...

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In the heart of the West Midlands, Shropshire is a landlocked ceremonial county, its borders intertwining with the Welsh border. A tapestry of natural beauty and historical significance, Shropshire is bordered by Wrexham County Borough and Cheshire to the north, Staffordshire to the east, Worcestershire to the south east, Herefordshire to the south, and Powys to the west. The profound legacy of the Industrial Revolution is etched in the fabric of Shropshire, with two world heritage sites within its landscape - The Ironbridge Gorge and Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal. Adding to this historical richness is The Flaxmill Maltings, the world's first iron framed building. Visitors to Shropshire are consistently astounded by the myriad of attractions, from the enchanting Severn Valley Railway to the inspiring RAF Museum Cosford, the stately Weston Park, and the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site. Shropshire has a splendid selection of National Trust and English Heritage properties, including Attingham Park and Wroxeter Roman City. You can even immerse yourself in the remnants of Roman cities, explore medieval castles, wander through ancient churches, and discover the many elements of Shropshire's rich heritage.

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