Gay Wedding Venues

Here is a taste of some of the latest venues to join our website.

Click on the links for more information and help to plan your gay marriage.

Bloomsbury House, in the centre of London, is an historic building with a wonderful sweeping staircase. Gay weddings and receptions for up to 100 guests can be held with space for an additional 50 guests in the evening. The award winning chefs can create menus and couples can opt for packages or bespoke arrangements to suit their budget.

bloomsbury house

Kingswood Golf and Country Club in Surrey is an ideal setting for your same-sex wedding with romantic gardens and picturesque views. To help you relax before the big day, you can have a round of golf. Kingswood was designed in the 1920's by the five times Open Champion, James Braid, and comprises 6,954 yards of golfing experience.

kingswood room

Another amazing setting for your gay marriage is provided by The Avon Gorge Hotel with the stunning back drop of Brunel's world famous Suspension Bridge spanning the gorge.

The hotel offers a range of menus to suit different budgets. The hotel has a number of ceremony rooms to choose from, so if you have an intimate, gay wedding with 10 guests through to a big celebration of 100 guests. All the rooms have views over the Avon Gorge. Your photos can be taken on the hotel's terrace.

avon gorge at night

Proud Cabaret Brighton is the latest gay-friendly wedding venue in East Sussex to join our website. It is one of Brighton's most iconic buildings for gay marriages.

A lot of money has been spent on this magical building with its wonderful ballroom, to restore it to its former majestic and grandiose state. Set in the heart of Kemptown, Proud Cabaret Brighton offers exclusive use for up to 150 guests.


Southdowns Manor in Hampshire is a stunning manor house with beautiful gardens. It is close to the borders of West Sussex and Surrey and is situated in an area of outstanding beauty, deep in the heart of the South Downs National Park.

It has three rooms licensed for gay marriage. Each one can be dressed to create the perfect atmosphere for your big day. You can also have an outdoor gay wedding in the manor's beautiful gazebo. The owners allow exclusive use of the house, so you can have an intimate celebrations surrounded by luxury.

south downs manor

Mount Amelia has wide views over the Norfolk countryside and sea towards Lincolnshire. It provides a tranquil setting, next to the Royal Estate of Sandringham. You can celebrate an intimate gay wedding with exclusive use of the house for up to three days.

mount amelia view

If you want a large gay wedding with up to 200 guests, who are probably travelling from all over the country, why not choose Warwick House in the Midlands. It is situated in the heart of Shakespeare's county, close to Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwick, Coventry and Leamington Spa.

It has a Banqueting Hall seating up to 200 wedding guests and can also host up to 200 on the dance floor. The Hall has magnificent gardens.

warwick house dining

And finally, if you fancy an outdoor wedding with a stunning coastal view, why not try Polhawn Fort in Cornwall. It can be hired on an exclusive use basis. You can also choose your own caterers and supply your own drinks with no corkage charge.

You can have your gay wedding ceremony outside in the Summer house, overlooking the Whitsand Bay or inside in the romantic Napoleonic Hall.

polhawn fort garden

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