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1. Butley Priory, Suffolk, England

Enjoy history and luxury at the gorgeous Butley Priory. Just two hours from London, it s the perfect overnight venue for a wedding reception or family gathering. The property has access to beaches and splendid forest walks, and is equipped with modern amenities while maintaining a classic and dreamy atmosphere.

Accommodates: 16+ guests
Price per night: 900
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2. Tower Windmill Cottage, Linton, England

For a cosy countryside getaway, this cottage and adjoining windmill in Cambridgeshire is ideal.

The attached windmill often hosts art exhibits, and Cambridge is only a short bus ride away, so you can have your seclusion and your entertainment too.

Accommodates: 2 guests
Price per night: 70
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3. Aikwood Tower, Scottish Borders

Have a full-on storybook experience at this luxurious medieval castle. On the outside, the tower maintains its historic facade and is surrounded by lush gardens. Inside are modern amenities with a medieval twist, making it perfectly cosy and ideal for receptions and group holidays.

Accommodates: 11 guests
Price per night: 500
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4. Saltmarshe Hall, Yorkshire, England

Hark back to the era of Austen at this stately manor house in East Yorkshire.

With cosy studies and grand, spacious atriums in equal measure, the property will make you feel at home and worlds away at the same time.

Accommodates: 2 guests
Price per night: 100
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5. 14th-century private castle, Scottish Borders

Be kings and queens for a day at this secluded castle on the Scottish Borders. The 14th-century sense of ancient grandeur inside and out, will take you back in time, perfect for a romantic wedding reception or family retreat.

Accommodates: 16+ guests
Price per night: 2,164
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6. Manor House, Wiltshire, England

Escape the the elegance of this country home in Wiltshire for a taste of the best of classic architecture and modern convenience. The house s exterior is straight out of the pages of a fairy tale, while the inside is cosy and refurbished to allow optimum comfort.

As it s close to must-see spots including Bath and Stonehenge, the property is the perfect home base for a countryside holiday.

Accommodates: 6 guests
Price per night: 150
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7. Regency Country House, Thetford, England

Dark Victorian glamour abounds at the Regency Country House and Estate in Norfolk. It s the perfect place to escape for a lazy reading holiday. Enjoy the rich interiors and lush gardens.

Accommodates: 16+ guests
Price per night: 1,200
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8. Ardgowan House, Inverkip, Scotland

Just 45 minutes from Glasgow is tucked Ardgowan house.

The gorgeous manor home has stunning views of the Scottish waterfront and simply splendid Victorian furnishings to give a wedding reception or event the royal treatment. For high romance and style, there s no comparison.

Accommodates: 16+ guests
Price per night: 2,000
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9. Persie House, Blairgowrie, Scotland

Whether you re looking for a romantic medieval wedding location or a Hogwarts look-a-like for the whole family to enjoy, Persie House is a shockingly affordable gem for large groups, and is also licensed for wedding ceremonies. Grand and gorgeous, it meets every need and can t be missed.

Accommodates: 24 guests
Price per night: 650
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10. Fenton Tower, Dirleton, Scotland

Perched on a hill just 20 miles outside of bustling Edinburgh rests the stunning Fenton Tower.

The 16th-century-tower-turned-five-star-property is a luxurious experience to envy. Decked out with rich decor and including high-scale amenities from private chefs to satellite telly, Fenton combines the best of the old world and the new.

Accommodates: 13 guests
Price per night: 1,080
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11. Courts Garden Gallery, Holt, England

Combining classic elements and serious quirk, the Courts Garden gallery in Norfolk provides a singular holiday experience art and history lovers can t miss. Gorgeous and traditional on the outside, bright, cosy, and eclectic within, the property begs you to cosy up by the fire and admire the art on the walls or the gorgeous view of the English countryside.

Accommodates: 2 guests
Price per night: 90
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12. Eden Valley Castle, Kirkby Stephen, England

This Victorian beauty is situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales and nor far from the Lake District, so if you can bear to leave the dramatically comfortable interiors, you ll find a stunning adventure just beyond the 19th-century walls.

The is ideal for celebrations of every kind, and is handicapped-accessible so that all family and friends can be included.

Accommodates: 16+ guests
Price per night: 90/guest
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For a darkly romantic and stunning getaway, the boutique Chapel in Hitchin is unmatched. Combine rich comfort, stunning decor, and minimalist architecture, there s nothing else in the world like it.

Accommodates: 4 guests
Price per night: 150
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14. Dairsie Castle, Fife, Scotland

The Dairsie Castle lodge in Fife is incomparably charming and romantic. Whether you re entertaining in its spacious and well-lit hall, or cosying up for a warm bath in the delightful stone-interior bathroom, it s bound to be the stay of a lifetime.

Accommodates: 13 guests
Price per night: 600
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15. The Wee Palace, Edinburgh, Scotland

This charming apartment in central Edinburgh is tucked in a small tower at the foot of Edinburgh Castle.

The view is stunning and the warm charm of the interior will keep you cosy through the night.

Accommodates: 2 guests
Price per night: 75
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16. Cleeve House, Seend, England

A grand entryway and a grander hall make Cleeve House a charming and stately stay.

The gothic-revival mansion rests on a seven-acre field, giving you plenty of space to explore and unwind, and it s not far from Bath in case you fancy an excursion.

Accommodates:
6 guests
Price per night: 50
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