Top Ten Wedding Venues in County Durham and Darlington

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The ten best places in County Durham and Darlington to hold a wedding have been revealed after the historic town was unveiled as one of the most sought-after locations to get married – with an abundance of scenic venues to choose from.

With around 350,000 weddings expected across the UK in 2022, Forbes Advisor has looked at the regions with the highest number of potential weddings over the next six months by analyzing over 7,500 listings from data from UK marriage directory.

In the list, The South Causey Inn is the most searched venue for weddings in Durham with 7200 combined annual searches across the UK.

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The Inn has four event spaces – The Farmhouse, Old Barn, Beamish Barn and Durham Suite, which allow between 40 and 200 guests.

With 4,200 annual searches, Durham Castle is the second most popular location.

Located at the center of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which includes Durham World University, the castle also serves as a wedding venue for up to 200 guests.

Durham Castle. Image: ECHO OF THE NORTH

Further listings for Black Horse Beamish (3rd), Ramside Hall (4th) and Hardwick Hall Hotel (5th) make up the poll’s next ranking.

Then Runa Farm in sixth and the beautiful gardens of the Bowes Museum in seventh, before the five-star Blackwell Grange Hotel sits in eighth as a popular destination for a wedding.

The Echo of the North: South Causey Inn.  Image: ECHO OF THE NORTHSouthern Causey Inn. Image: ECHO OF THE NORTH

The Grade II listed Victorian building, Dalton Old Pump House, is in Seaham and ranks ninth with just 240 annual searches across the UK.

A stately Jacobean mansion, the Redworth Hall Hotel rounds out the top 10 with 120 annual searches for the location.

The Echo of the North: Ramside Hall Hotel.  Image: ECHO OF THE NORTHRamside Hall Hotel. Image: ECHO OF THE NORTH

Alongside the reveal on the wedding venue rankings, residents of the North East will be happy to know that with an overall cost score of just 27 out of 100, and the cheapest region in Britain to get married.

It’s no surprise that as the most affordable region, the North East has the lowest average price for car hire (£201), cake fare (£98), florist hire (£57) and music rental (£450).

However, the region scores highest for the average wedding venue cost at £3,094.

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