Some of the most stunningly beautiful wedding venues in South Yorkshire
Not only is Yorkshire the largest county in the United Kingdom, but it is also one of the most beautiful and historic regions as well, boasting vast stretches of unspoiled countryside, elegant public buildings and a multitude of medieval castles, abbey ruins and stately homes.
At Dave Spink Photography in Leeds, we specialise in finding stunning and unique wedding venues throughout Yorkshire. So where in God’s Own County should you hold your special day? Here’s a look at some of best wedding venues we’ve found in Sheffield, South Yorkshire:
The Botanical Gardens
The Sheffield Botanic Gardens are Grade II Listed by English Heritage and feature over 5,500 species of plants. Designed by the famous landscape designer Robert Marnock in 1836, the gardens boast stunning Glass Pavilions and several other period buildings that have been completely restored.
This elegant stone manor house was built in 1906 and is one of Sheffield’s most popular wedding locations, featuring 39 acres of park that can be seen to great aspect from the house’s elevated terrace. The venue comes with complimentary parking and Wi-Fi, as well as a team of staff dedicated to your wedding.
If you’ve always imagined your wedding photography featuring cascading waterfalls amidst green woodland, Riverlin Valley’s gorgeous nature trail is the place for you. Featuring mostly flat paths, the trail takes you past rambling streams, lovely countryside and man-made pools complete with early industrial grinding wheels.
This luxury hotel in the heart of Sheffield dates back to 1845 and features a mix of architecture as well as an ornamental lake, glasshouses and 12 acres of Italian style gardens. Inside, the venue boasts an imposing archway, ornate chandeliers and well-lit function rooms with great views.
Couples can enjoy 300 years of vibrant history at this magnificent stately home set in 1,000 acres of parkland designed by Capability Brown. It’s not just the view – every room is furnished with original paintings, antique furniture and family heirlooms belonging to the Earls of Bradford.