All Venues in Bath

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    Bailbrook House Hotel

    Located just outside of historic Bath, Bailbrook House Hotel is the perfect setting for your wedding. The 18th-century building, set within beautiful grounds, exudes elegance and sophistication. Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, and here at Bailbrook House, our philosophy is to treat every part of your special day with the utmost care and attention. We ensure that everything is taken care of so you can relax in the knowledge that your wedding is in safe hands. Bailbrook House Hotel is fully licensed to hold civil ceremonies, so you can celebrate your whole day here! We can accommodate up to 130 guests for your ceremony in a variety of stylish spaces. The mansion’s stunning grounds offer the ideal location for your drinks reception and the perfect backdrop for your treasured wedding photographs. You can spend some time, enjoying the grounds, before heading to the Brunel Suite for your delicious wedding breakfast with up to 130 seated guests. The food at Bailbrook House is simply outstanding. We believe that your wedding breakfast is the finest dinner party you will ever attend and we have the pleasure of hosting it for you. We offer a fantastic selection of seasonal wedding menus for you to choose from; we encourage you to use these menus as a starting point to create a bespoke dining experience, reflecting your tastes and personality. Your evening reception can take place in a wonderful function suite with its own bar, dance floor and lounge area. You can really let your hair down and enjoy celebrating with your friends and family. For more information about the hotel or to arrange a visit, please contact us.

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    Guildhall, Bath

    The Guildhall is one of Bath’s Historic Venues, and is conveniently situated in the heart of the city, near the Pump Room and Roman Baths. The Register Office, Mayor’s Parlour and City Archives are still housed within the building which is Grade I listed due to its outstanding architecture inside and out. An impressive setting for a ceremony and reception, the Georgian interiors and grand staircases make a magnificent backdrop for a party.

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    Victoria Art Gallery, Bath

    This lovely, Grade II listed building was named to celebrate Queen Victoria’s sixty years on the throne. Centrally situated, it houses a fine collection of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts, including works by Gainsborough, Sickert, Nash and Klee. The venue consists of a grand Upper Gallery and a more contemporary Lower Gallery, with a marble entrance hall, a lovely location for wedding photographs. The Gallery makes an inspiring venue for a drinks reception prior to a wedding reception in Bath’s Guildhall or Pump Room. Alternatively, why not exchange your vows beneath your favourite painting followed by a sparking Champagne reception for your guests

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    Bath’s Assembly Rooms

    With its original 18th Century Whitefriars crystal chandeliers, high ceilings and portraits by Gainsborough and Ramsey, the Grade I Listed Assembly Rooms make a stylish and truly historical setting for a wedding. Consisting of four splendid rooms including The Great Octagon, Tea Room, Ball Room and Card Room which all interlink, there is also a small formal garden which is well suited to formal drinks receptions and wedding photographs. The Assembly won Gold in the UK Wedding Awards 2017 for Best City Wedding Venue.

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    Roman Baths & Pump Room

    Steeped in 2000 years of history, the award winning Roman Baths & Pump Room is a unique and magical venue for a wedding. Whilst the site operates as a museum by day, our Sunrise and Sunset ceremonies mean that you and your guests have exclusive access to the site from 8-11.00am or from 7.00pm until midnight. Exchange your vows by the torchlight, steaming waters of the Great Bath and then enjoy a drinks reception on the ancient paving surrounding the water – followed by a delicious wedding breakfast in the Georgian Pump Room (frequented by Jane Austen), or alternatively dinner and dancing in the evening. Catering for the Roman Baths & Pump Room is managed by Searcys who have an enviable reputation – established in 1847 they also reside at The Gherkin, The Barbican and at Blenheim palace.

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    Bath Racecourse

    Boasting stunning views overlooking Bath and Bristol, Bath Racecourse is a beautiful and tranquil setting that provides a unique backdrop for your wedding. Fully licensed to hold your wedding ceremony, we can accommodate you from saying ‘I do’ to your wedding breakfast and through to your evening reception. Our venue was newly refurbished in 2016. We can hold up to 150 guests in the multi-million pound Langridge Stand and larger parties of up to 250 in our luxury Paddock Pavilion. For a unique and beautiful wedding venue in Bath, look no further than Bath Racecourse.