bride and groom holding hands walking in front of the bristol suspension bridge in Clifton

10 Awesome Wedding Venues in and around Bristol 

Leigh Court

Leigh Court Country Mansion sits in the heart of Brisol’s iconic Leigh Woods and is just a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of Bristol City Centre.

With the option to get married in the Great Hall or host a marquee wedding celebration in the extensive lawns, there is plenty of choice to host the wedding day of your dreams.

Leigh court has 27 acres of private parkland to roam, plenty of photo opportunities for you and your wedding guests!

The Square Club, Berkeley Square Hotel

Situated just off Bristol’s famous Park Street and The Triangle, The Square Club is a quirky, edgy city centre venue and one of my absolute favourites!

Have group photos on the steps outside or in the park in the centre of Berkeley Square. Head up to Brandon Hill Park for portraits with an epic Bristol backdrop or get your wedding car to drive you through Bristol for photos in front of Clifton Suspension Bridge like my clients Jenny and Jason.

groom waves his hands in the air in the back of an open-top vintage car with his wife next to him as they drive over Clifton suspension bridge

Clevedon Hall

15 minutes drive out of Bristol you’ll find the pretty seaside town that is Clevedon. With it’s eye-catching Victorian Pier and views over the Severn Estuary it is a wonderful place to tie the knot.

Clevedon Hall is a manor house wedding venue tucked away just behind Clevedon’s pretty waterfront, with gardens aplenty, deer and even it’s own lake there are photo opportunities galore.

Coombe Lodge

Perhaps one of the most impressive Bristol edding venues is Coombe Lodge. Set in impressive landscaped grounds, Coombe Lodge never fails to impress as it reveals itself from the long driveway approach.

The unassuming village that is Blagdon is one of my favourite places to visit in North Somerset and Coombe Lodge’s impressive views over Blagdon Lake really do pack a punch.

the bride's veil blows in the wind as she looks into her groom's eyes in front of Coombe lodge at Blagdon

Folly Farm Centre

The Folly Farm Centre is owned by the Avon Wildlife Trust and prides itself on being a sustainable, eco-friendly wedding venue. With 250 acres of beautiful nature reserve to explore it is perfect for the outdoorsy, eco-conscious bride and groom.

With views across Chew Valley and the Mendip Hills and a relaxed, informal vibe, this wedding venue encompasses everything I love about Bristol and the surrounding area. 

Arnos Vale

Perhaps one of the coolest and most suprising wedding venues in Bristol city is Arnos Vale Cemetry Trust. it has 45 acres of woodland and green space right in the heart of Bristol and is a wonderful venue for those looking for a less traiditonal wedding.

You’ll have the choice of three places to get married including the Underwood Centre, the Spielman Centre or the Anglican Chapel and the absolute best thing is that it is a dog-friendly wedding venue, yay!

two brides hug in the gardens at Arnos Vale wedding venue in Bristol

Aldwick Estate

This gorgeous wedding venue is set in the heart of a beautiful vineyard estate not far from Bristol Airport.

With two rustic stone barns and far-reaching views over the vineyards and the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this venue is perfect for couples looking for a countryside venue not too far from Bristol.

The Manor at Old Down Estate

In the North west of Bristol in the pretty village of Tockington, South Gloucestershire is the renovated Manor at Old Down Estate. Set in 66 acres of South-West countryside, Manor House has epic views over the River Severn and into the rolling hills of Wales.

Engaged couples can choose to get married in either the Manor House itself or the converted barn on the country estate.

bride and groom walk down an aisle of wedding guests as they throw confetti over them at their Manor House at Old Down Estate wedding

The Forge

This historic industrial place was built in the 1800s and has been recently renovated respectfully to it’s past with exposed brickwork and cast iron beams. 

Just 10 minutes from Corn Street’s registry office you’ll head up Bristol’s quirky Christmas Steps to find this unique and intimate wedding venue.

With beautiful natural light flooding in from  the wall-to-ceiling windows and epic views over Bristol’s city centre this is an awesome alternative wedding venue for smaller weddings.


Another awesome and quirky Bristol wedding venue is the Paintworks. This industrial space is available to hire for wedding celebrations and is essentially a blank canvas – fantastic for creating your own individual wedding day style.

Set in the heart of South Bristol alongisde the river Avon and just around the corner from Bristol Temple Meads this well-connected city venue is perfect for couples looking to get creative to make their own individual wedding day vibe. 

newly-married couple wave their hands in the air in celebration after the are pronounced husband and wife at their bristol wedding

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