Time for the second part of our four part special that focuses on a small collection of Wedding Venues across the Black Country, and next on our list is Somerset.  We have included links to all the wedding venues featured and would recommend you do check out their website to see what each individual wedding venue has to offer.

Almonry Barn

almonry barnFor couples who want to add an extra touch of history to their big day, The Almonry Barn has 800 years’ worth and could definitely be classed as a ‘one of a kind’ wedding venue.  The barn, once part of a beautiful abbey, can be found in the medieval village of Muchelney and is believed to be the oldest wedding barn in England.  Considered a relatively new wedding venue in the heart of Somerset, The Almonry Barn is a combination of stylish and rustic elegance and full of quirky and interesting touches that will make any wedding day extra special.

More details about Almonry Barn and how to book your wedding can be found on their website.  You will also find lots more breath-taking images of how your wedding might look if you decide Almonry Barn is where you want to get married.

Kilver Court

Hidden away in the English countryside, Kilver Court, is the only place to exchange wedding vows if you are thinking of having an????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ‘al fresco’ wedding.  This unique wedding venue, with its combination of elegant rooms and romantic gardens, will not disappoint.

Known as The Secret Gardens of Somerset, the romantic gardens at Kilver Court, with their formal parterre, carefully tended rockeries, mellow mill pond and breath-taking viaduct, would allow for some beautiful memories to be captured on camera.  If you decide to continue celebrating as darkness begins to fall, why not treat your guests to a magical firework display to top of what can only be described as the best day of your lives.

Further wedding information can be found on the Kilver Court website.

Walton Castle

walton castleEvery bride should feel like a princess on their wedding day and our series would not be complete without the inclusion of a castle – Walton Castle – as one of our featured wedding venues.  This 17th century Castle is situated high on top of a hill, where wedding guests are treated to 360 degree views of the glorious North Somerset countryside on one side and the stunning vision across the Bristol Channel to Wales on the other.

Not only is Walton Castle a wonderful magical place to marry, it is also where dream weddings do you really come true.  So forget ‘wedding packages’ – Walton Castle do not offer these but what they do offer is the flexibility  to allow brides to plan a wedding they have always dreamed of.

More information can be found on the Walton Castle website.

Lyme Bay Field Kitchen have also dedicated a Pinterest board to wedding venues in Somerset and include not only the four featured wedding venues, but a whole host of equally beautiful and very different wedding venues.  You might also like to head over to our Facebook page where you will find some wonderful photographs from weddings we have previously catered for.  If you are still unsure, why not get in touch – as wedding caterers Lyme Bay Field Kitchen have catered for weddings across the Black Country, including Somerset, and might just know the perfect wedding venue that you have been looking for.

(images are courtesy of Almonry Barn, Kilver Court and Walton Castle)