4 Wedding Venues in Grasmere found
Wordsworth himself described Grasmere as the loveliest spot that man hath ever found, and who are we to argue? The village is beyond doubt one of the prettiest in the Lake District, thus in the entire country, with whitewashed stone cottages and the fine old church of St Oswald’s famous for its rush-bearing ceremony, not to mention the little lake just a stroll from the settlement. That such a place inspired the romantic poets is no surprise, Coleridge and de Quincey making it their home for a time along with Wordsworth, and Sir Walter Scott a regular visitor to enjoy his and the local hostelry’s hospitality. What then could be a more romantic setting for your big day?