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Greene King Inns have been at the heart of celebrations among friends and family for over 200 years. So what better venue for a big day to remember? The great thing about our inns is that each and every one is as individual as you are. So whatever you have in mind – lavish party or cosy get-together – there’s a Greene King Inn that’s just perfect for your wedding.
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As for food and drink, we have a range of wedding breakfast menus to suit all tastes and pockets – and we'll always do our best to add those personal touches that make the occasion truly your own. With inns across the country, you’re sure to find the ideal setting and location. Close to home? Further afield? Somewhere inescapably romantic?
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Our Wedding Venues
Said to be the oldest hotel in Poole, this characterful coach house has been welcoming weary travellers for over 500 years. Now it’s your turn!
Sitting on the banks of beautiful Gare Loch, this striking whitewashed former 19th-century coaching inn is a tranquil rural retreat that’s the perfect place to stay for walkers looking to explore the dramatic Dunbartonshire landscape!
Historically frequented by Royalty, Queen Victoria has stayed, Prime Ministers and even presidents, Churchill and Eisenhower enjoyed accommodation in the Second World War.
Dating back to the 13th century, The Bear Hotel is one of the oldest inns in England. The charming market town of Hungerford is set in the heart of the North Wessex Downs.
Close to the banks of both the River Avon and River Severn. Set right in the heart of the historic market town of Tewkesbury.
Right in the heart of the historic market town of Thetford, and retaining many of its original 16th century features, it makes a great base to explore the beautiful county of Norfolk.
The Bridge Inn at Yatton is one of our much-booked properties. So expect a great deal, friendly staff, tasty reasonably priced food and drink, and a really handy location.
Set in picturesque Port Sunlight, this Grade II listed hotel and restaurant retains much of its original character. Built by Victorian industrialist and philanthropist William Hesketh Lever in 1900.
This wonderful inn has been welcoming visitors since 1570. Now it’s your turn. Enjoy friendly staff, great food and drink, and a thoroughly relaxing stay.
Standing in the centre of the picturesque Essex village of Halstead for over 500 years, The Bull Hotel is one of our highly popular properties.
This stylish, contemporary hotel offers a warm welcome in the pretty seaside town of Leven, in Fife. Perfect for a relaxed getaway, or for exploring the beautiful central lowlands and the Firth of Forth.
This charming 17th-century farmhouse pub is set in the leafy village of Kirby Muxloe, and overlooks the ruins of Kirby Muxloe Castle.
Set in three acres of lovely landscaped gardens, and close to the beautiful, rugged North Devon coast, it’s a great base for exploring this beautiful part of England.
Perched above pretty Leicestershire countryside, close to the market town of Coalville, you can enjoy recently refurbished rooms at The Charnwood Arms Hotel.
This impressive beamed Victorian building is full of character, and is set in a quiet street just half a mile from bustling Nuneaton town centre.
Tucked away in the heart of Sussex Weald, this striking 18th-century coaching inn is renowned for its excellent food, friendly service, and Georgian grandeur.
Standing on the famous Roman road, Watling Street, in the charming market town of Stony Stratford, this traditional coaching inn has been welcoming visitors since the 15th century.
The Coked Hat is great little hotel. With recently refurbished rooms, it makes a comfortable and convenient base from which to explore this wonderful part of the West Midlands.
This classic old coaching inn offers a warm welcome, friendly staff and a cosy retreat from bustling Birmingham and the surrounding areas.
Famous for its welcoming atmosphere, this attractive hotel is set in the leafy Newcastle suburb of Heaton, just 10 minutes from the vibrant city centre.
Set in the heart of the bustling market town of Banbury, this striking 17th Century building makes a great base for exploring the delights of the nearby Cotswolds.
This charming 14th-century posting house lies in the tranquil village of Old Sodbury, on the edge of the beautiful Cotswolds.
Backing onto lovely Northamptonshire countryside, on the outskirts of the historic town of Weedon Bec, this hotel is full of character and brimming with original features, old oak beams, and little nooks and crannies.
Nestled in the peaceful Oxfordshire countryside, the 19th Century Dog House hotel was originally built as stables and kennels for local landed gentry.
Believe or not, this striking red-brick and ivy-covered hotel was built with the proceeds of a bet! In 1865, a racehorse called Ely won the prestigious Ascot Gold Cup. The hotel was then named in their honour by the delighted racegoer.
You’ll find a warm welcome at this modern inn on the edge of the famous Navy town of Portsmouth. So expect a great deal, friendly staff, tasty reasonably priced food and drink, and a really handy location.
Located in the Hertfordshire countryside, in the hamlet of Wadesmill, The Feathers is a beautifully refurbished 17th century coaching inn.
Close to Blackburn Rovers’ Ewood Park ground, this family-friendly hotel is a great place to get your head down after you’ve explored this pretty part of Lancashire, or to wind down after work.
Originally built as a farmhouse in 1672, The Fieldhead Hotel sits on the edge of the Charnwood Forest in the leafy Leicestershire countryside.
Dating from the 15th century, this traditional coaching inn has an intriguing past. Originally home to Oliver Cromwell’s grandfather, and once the headquarters of Charles I, it sits right in the heart of the quaint medieval market town of Huntingdon.
Set in the picturesque village of Mulberry Green on the edge of historic Old Harlow, this lovely, whitewashed, ivy-clad, 14th-century former coaching inn offers all the creature comforts of a modern hotel.
This 17th-century former coaching inn was once a major stop on the old road from London to Birmingham. Now it’s a beautifully renovated hotel brimming with charm and character.
Set on the outskirts of the charming market town of Chorley, this former coaching inn has been lovingly refurbished to offer a stylish, modern place to eat, meet, stay and celebrate.
This Grade II listed Georgian building was once the lodge house for the 18th century Staffordshire mansion of Himley Hall.
Holmfield Arms is the perfect place for any occasion. Our lodge style hotel offers a contemporary-yet-comfy setting for any stay whether you're here on a romantic getaway, a business stopover or a family break.
Nestled in the lovely Gloucestershire countryside, near to the Cotswolds, you’ll find a warm welcome, relaxed atmosphere and cosy rooms.
Set in the heart of the charming Kent market town of Westerham, this elegant Georgian coaching inn has been welcoming guests since 1700.
Set in the heart of North Yorkshire, this 18th-century Georgian inn, with recently refurbished rooms, overlooks Yorkshire’s largest market square in the historic market town of Masham!
Set in the charming little Dorset town of Wimborne Minster, the Kings Head has been looking out over the market square for over 200 years.
Newcastle upon Tyne
Stay over at the Longship Hotel for a value added experience, in close proximity to Newcastle upon Tyne and just 16 miles away from Durham.
Set on the edge of the traditional market town of Yeovil, this Georgian manor house would be perfect for a Jane Austen adaptation. Built in 1727, it’s full of charm and character.
Set in five acres of lovely countryside in the Leicestershire village of Broughton Astley, this modern family-friendly hotel is a great place to meet, eat and celebrate.
The Millers Hotel sits in the Leicestershire village of Sibson. Thoughtfully converted from the old village bakery, this hotel is brimming with character and original features.
This hotel is ideally situated for business and leisure gets alike. With such handy nearby transport links to Wigan, or heading off to explore the Lake District.
This thatched, white-stone inn is said to be the oldest in England. Right on the banks of the River Great Ouse, this rustic retreat is a charming spot to use as a base for exploring the beautiful surrounding countryside.
Originally built as a striking manor house, in 1901, The Raven then became a tastefully converted hotel with guests including Edward VIII and Enid Blyton.
This attractive traditional stone country inn is set in a rural conservation area on a peaceful country lane in Lamesley village, near Gateshead close to the ruins of Ravensworth Castle.
Set in quaint Adderbury, this old coaching inn was built in 1605, you can feel this wonderful building’s history in every nook, cranny and oak beam.
This converted farmhouse was originally built in the 19th Century. Now it’s a lovely country inn filled with charm, character, complete with oak beams, flagstones floors and open fires.
Perched on top of Cleeve Hill, the highest point in the Cotswolds, The Rising Sun is a lovely Cotswold stone building in a fabulous location - ideal for leisure and business guests alike.
Burton on Trent
This charmingly updated vintage farmhouse has been offering great views across the historic River Trent since 1861.
Enjoy a warm welcome at this traditional, ivy-clad, 19th-century inn in the heart of the South Yorkshire countryside. Set in the peaceful and historic village of Wentworth.
Perfect for a peaceful break or overnight stay, it’s the ideal spot to stride out into beautiful Ashdown Forest or across the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Stately, refined and steeped in history, the impressive Rothley Court Hotel welcomes you with a sweeping driveway.
With spectacular views of the glorious Gloucestershire countryside, The Royal George Hotel makes a great base to explore the Cotswolds.
Boasting some of the best views of the surrounding countryside and built on the foundations of a 13th century Bishop's Palace, the 42 bedroom hotel is the perfect retreat.
This large 1930s hotel, restaurant and bar, is ideally placed in the heart of Scunthorpe. You’ll find a warm welcome and a vibrant atmosphere, especially when there is a major sporting event playing out on the big screen.
Originally built by Henry VIII to defend against Spanish invasion, stately Ryde Castle sits on Ryde Esplanade. Character, history, and fantastic sea views.
Sitting on the ancient road of Watling Street in the old Roman town of Towcester. Brimming with character, it features in Charles Dickens’ novel ‘The Pickwick Papers’.
This fabulous, affordable Dorset hotel is steeped in history with pillars in the bar inscribed with names of World War II pilots who flew in nearby airfields.
This impressive traditional 16th-century coaching inn sits in the heart of the charming market town of Hitchin. It makes a great base to explore surrounding Hertfordshire, and a lovely spot to eat, meet and celebrate.
Handy for all the town centre shops, bars and restaurants, yet in a tranquil riverside setting, this location is perfect for all the must-see sights of Warrington, Cheshire, the North West and beyond.
Set in lovely Hampshire countryside in the historic village of North Waltham, this 18th-century Georgian coaching inn is a great place to eat, meet and celebrate.
This traditional 18th-century turnpike inn is set on the edge of Windsor Great Park, overlooking Virginia Water Lake.
Parts of The White Hart date from the 15th century, and it was originally an important coaching inn. Located in the old market town of Coggeshall, and newly refurbished, it’s a place full of charm and character.
It’s a stylish hotel with welcoming rooms and a delightful pub and restaurant, and makes the perfect place to stay whether you’re in town for business or pleasure.
The pretty villages of Thaxted, Finchingfield, and Coggleshall are a short drive away or if you're after a shopping spree, visit the popular Braintree shopping village!
This distinctive, purpose-built hotel is set on the outskirts of the historic city of Lincoln. It’s the perfect base for exploring Lincolnshire, and a great spot to meet up with friends and family for a lovely break.
Built in 1581, this traditional stone coaching inn is rich in both history and character. Sitting in the charming Somerset village of Beckington, it’s a lovely base to explore this beautiful part of the country.