Coming from Oxford to Abingdon, The Thames path is full of natural greenery. Leading to the Sandford Lasher it passes through a pure rural setting and finally comes to the Abingdon Bridge. The bridge was originally built in 1422 with 14 arches. To the north of the bridge lies the beautiful market town of Abingdon.
Although the town has been significantly modernised, it still preserves its medieval touch which make it one of the most important historic towns. The area has several inspiring wedding venues.
This superb Georgian Manor House, standing on 20 acres of serene parkland, has been transformed into a superb modern Hotel with 121 en suite. The elegant façade, with its large columns, lends grandeur to any wedding held here. A licensed pergola on its grounds can play host to an outdoor wedding with a large gathering witnessing the ceremony from the lawns and is ideal for Abingdon Wedding Photographers.
This 1000-year old building was the origin of the ‘Old Berks Hunt’ in 1863, brought fame and wealth to Kingston Bagpuize since it attracted guests from around the world for this Royal Hunt. The gardens and the parkland, which are filled with beautiful flowering plants and trees, are an enviable venue for a wedding. The Secret Garden, with capacity for a thousand guests, is the perfect setting for Oxfordshire Wedding Photography.
A fairy tale wedding can be held at this hotel in the centre of the Oxfordshire countryside. The 19th century country house with its gardens and lawns and exquisite flowerbeds also features mature apple trees. A more picturesque setting for a wedding cannot be imagined and experienced Reportage Wedding Photographers can create artistic wedding documentations.
Fallow Fields, with this house at the heart of its 12 acres, has not only superb gardens but also has cattle grazing and swifts and martins adding to the natural beauty. The exquisite flowerbeds and the ancient trees form a wonderful and serene backdrop for beautiful Wedding Photography in Abingdon.
As beautiful as its name sounds is this lovely 16th century country wedding venue in the classic Cotswold village. It is a combination of the old and the new with 16 period bedrooms and 40 contemporary rooms with all modern amenities. This magical location is by the river Windrush and has 65 acres of gardens. The Garden Temple here is licensed for weddings and is great for Abingdon Wedding Photography.