Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel is perfect for couples requiring charming medieval character just 3 miles from Oxford city centre. The hotel offers an idyllic riverside location within 30 acres romantic, private English countryside. The stunning sandstone architecture provides a dramatic backdrop for your Oxford wedding photographers.
Situated in the heart of Oxford, this graceful Grade II listed Victorian building, offers an impressive historic setting for your wedding day and photographs.
If you desire unrivalled splendour and elegance, then Blenhiem Palace is the perfect location for your fairytale wedding. The palace is set in 2100 acres of beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, including the lake and Vanburgh’s Grand bridge. Imagine the wonderful photographs and life long memories this historic location affords.
Notley Abbey is a blend of the very old and the new. Notley Abbey is a medieval, Grade I listed building and a Scheduled Ancient Monument which dates back to the 12th century. The long tree-lined driveway provides a stunning entrance for you and your guests who will enjoy the stunning surroundings which will be exclusively yours. The River Thame flows through the grounds itself providing a fantastic choice of locations for Oxford wedding photographers to work their magic.
Set in the heart of Oxford, the Ashmolean Museum offers a sumptuous location for your wedding. The impressive neoclassical architectural features offer a stunning backdrop for your Oxford wedding photography.
Gees restaurant is a fashionable, modern restaurant venue in North Oxford. The impressive Grade II listed Victorian conservatory offers a stylish, light and airy setting for your wedding.
This seventeenth century boutique hotel, is situated in the St. Giles area of Oxford and offers a warm and intimate setting for your wedding. The building will provide an atmospheric backdrop for wedding photographers in Oxford.
The Cotswold Lodge Hotel is set in a conservation area, yet is within walking distance of the historic city centre. The elegant Victorian building has distinctive architectural features and a Mediterranean courtyard style garden which will set the scene beautifully for your wedding day.
This elegantly furnished, luxurious retreat is set in 400 acres of ancient woodland. There are also landscaped gardens and a formal lawn which will be perfect for entertaining at your idyllic summer wedding. It is three miles from the centre of Oxford making it ideally located for your travelling guests.
Kirklington Park is elegant, Grade I listed mansion with historic parkland fantastic views across the Chiltern Hills. It is a venue that can cater for small or large groups alike and with stunning decoration, beautiful art and antique furniture, Kirklington Park will wow your wedding guests.
The Randolph Hotel was built in 1864 and was the watering hole of Colin Dexter’s “Inpector Morse”. This 5 Star hotel boasts 2AA Rosettes for culinary expertise and is a landmark city building.
Common Leys Farm is a 500 year old Tudor Grade II listed farmhouse set in 38 acres of wonderful Oxfordshire countryside with views over the Bernwood Forest. This period building offers exposed beams and warm and inviting log burners for those enjoying a winter wedding. Common Leys Farm is certainly for people who want something a little different for their wedding celebrations and reportage wedding photography.
The Vines is stylish and luxurious charming rural retreat in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside. It is located next to the local church making it an ideal location for your beautiful country wedding giving Oxfordshire wedding photographers the perfect tools to work with to ensure you get the wedding album you desire.
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