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Searching for your wedding venue is one of the most exciting and important parts of wedding planning. Your choice will shape your whole day, from the number of guests you’ll be celebrating with to the vibe and style of your wedding. Our wedding venue finder is here to make the whole process easy and enjoyable and will ensure you find the perfect setting to say your “I dos”.

We have carefully curated the very best wedding venues in Ross on Wye and to help you find the perfect one for you, you can filter your search to include your individual must-haves, such as exclusive use, accommodation and capacity. Search for barns, intimate wedding venues, castles, country house wedding venues and much more!

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Glewstone Court
Ross on Wye
Glewstone Court Country House is a hidden gem nestled deep in the Herefordshire countryside just…
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Castle Lodge Hotel
Ross on Wye
Castle Lodge Hotel is situated only yards away from the Wilton Castle and on the…
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Bishopswood House
Ross on Wye
Set in a magnificent 1000 acre estate, resting sedately above the glorious Wye Valley, Bishopswood…
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How Caple Court
Ross on Wye
This stunning property, set in 11 acres of breathtaking unspoilt countryside, high above the River…
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Penyard House
Ross on Wye
When it comes to weddings at Penyard House, it’s all about you. Intimate civil ceremonies…
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Wilton Court
Ross on Wye
Our team of friendly and professional staff will be delighted to assist with your preparations…
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Pencraig Court Hotel
Ross on Wye
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Wilton Castle
Ross on Wye
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Orles Barn
Ross on Wye
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Inn on the Wye
Ross on Wye
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Ross-on-Wye is a fine old market town, and a great choice for your wedding venue if you want away from the roaring city and all the hassle that goes with it. Make for the Prospect, the walled garden created at the end of the 17th century by John Kyrle, and breathe in the views of the winding River Wye and on fine days of the Black Mountains. Feel rooted in our common rural past with a mere glance at the Market House. You won’t be alone in admiring the place, it is a magnet for visitors and is said to be where our tourist industry came into being with local trips on the river attracting many to travel to the town.

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