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The charming village of Dunster is surrounded by the wilds of Exmoor and Dunster Beach to the north – at its heart is this rustic Medieval tithe barn wedding venue. The venue's walled garden is perfect for champagne and canapés, and couples will find plenty of picture-perfect spots all overlooked by the castle, church, a dovecote and folly tower.
With stunning views across the Somerset countryside, wedding venue The Barn at Cott Farm is nestled in informal grounds that are teeming with cottage-garden blooms. There's a large lawn for outdoor games, and over a small footbridge is the venue's camping field. The fire pit and wood-fired pizza oven make it perfect for al fresco entertaining.
This beautifully preserved 11th-century mill, offering views of the idyllic South Somerset countryside, is situated in 17 acres of grounds and makes for a pretty wedding venue. The pretty gardens, lakes and the graceful River Parrett meandering through the middle make Haselbury Mill a picture-perfect spot for weddings. Couples will love the vintage cars and gypsy wagons that adorn the grounds, filling the place with character.
In the heart of rural Somerset, Yarlington Barn is a family-run wedding venue set on a cider farm. Nestled among apple orchards, woodland and lakes, the large outside terrace offers stunning vistas of the picturesque waterside setting. The grounds and rose-clad gazebo provide breathtaking year-round photo opportunities, whether in the frost of winter or the vibrant colours of summer.
With two picturesque wedding venues on site, guests approach Priston Mill past the herb garden and farmhouse on the left and the water wheel to the right. Just six miles from Bath, it's surrounded by green fields and a flowing brook. The Watermill covers three floors and stands proud in the centre of stunning gardens beside the mill pond. Blue shutters and climbing roses evoke a French feel, while The Tythe Barn is nestled in serene English country gardens. The interiors are full of rustic charm, with original features, soft lighting and cosy furniture complementing the exposed stone and brick.
Set on a Medieval farm, this wedding venue has the sweet smell of roses and lavender hanging in the air. Hazel arches decked in twinkling lights overlook the pretty duck pond and fields beyond. There are endless picture-perfect spots from the ancient haybarn and the enclosed garden to the lovely dry stone walls. There's also 37 acres of stunning farmland with the Westbury White Horse in the background.