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Six Romantic Wedding Venues in France

You’ve got to admit, the idea of tying the knot in France is incredibly romantic. Whether you’ve chosen the City of Love, an alpine village or a spot near a gorgeous vineyard, the country has a lot to offer. Today, we’ve rounded up six incredible wedding venues in France, which we know you will love.

Destination weddings are always a fab way to spread your wedding festivities over a few days. Treat your guests to a magical experience by whisking them off to one of these wedding venues in France for a long weekend! Tie the knot in style and extend the celebrations with a day after event!


Romantic Wedding Venues in France

Chateau de Miserai | View Profile

Miserai is a 17th century Chateau located in Normandy, France. When you rent Miserai, you are not just renting the chateau, but the beautiful surroundings. Surrounded by forests and nature, you have the option of renting Miserai for an entire week giving you more than enough time to prepare for the Big Day. Afterwards you can relax and spend quality time with friends and family. Between the chateau, farmhouse, guesthouse and watermill, there is a sleeping capacity of 45 on site.

For bigger weddings, the wedding tent can accommodate 220 people seated. While the barn can accommodate 80 people seated for a more intimate reception. The barn then becomes the dance hall where they provide you with a DJ, sound and light system until 4am.


Chateau de Jalesnes | View Profile

This beautiful Renaissance castle has been lovingly renovated to provide the best of modern comforts within a historic building. Each private guest suite offers bathrooms with all its bedrooms as well as areas for relaxing and eating. You’ll have exclusive use of the entire 20 acre estate. So, your guests can enjoy the forest and formal gardens, the pool and petanque rink, the banquet hall and bar, as well as the Stone Domed Roof Chapel and library.

It is an exceptional wedding venue dating from the 16th Century which has been recently refurbished to offer 5* self-catering accommodation. Imagine the homely ambience of a boutique hotel within a grand Château where each private guest suite has its own unique furniture and art creating individual character.


Villa La Tosca | View Profile

Only situated 30 min from Bordeaux Airport, Villa la Tosca is a 5000m2 property on the beachside. Enjoy the amazing sea views from the villa, the garden, the pool deck and float in the invigorating natural spring water of her stunning ecological pool. Villa La Tosca has 8 on-suite bedrooms of which 5 have sea views. This is the perfect venue for intimate weddings!

The capacity policy allows them to accept up to 70 guests indoors, and up to 100 guests outdoors. In some circumstances they can accommodate up to 120 guests (under a marquee).


Chateau de Seguin | View Profile

Chateau de Seguin is a beautiful private venue in the middle of the vineyards. For a memorable day, rent their 3230 sq ft reception room or the 12 150 sq ft outdoor space. The chateau can host up to 33 guests in 13 bedrooms and suites recently renovated. Additional accommodation can be easily found close to the Chateau (max. 20 minutes).

Organisation is not a problem. They can assist you in choosing the right suppliers and help to coordinate your wedding day.


Manoir de Longeveau | View Profile

Manoir de Longeveau is a beautiful venue that has been hosting weddings for over 10 years. Depending on the size of your guest list, you can choose between the magnificent courtyard, converted barn, smaller restaurant or terrace bar.

There is plenty of space for over 165 friends and family to stay over for the duration of your celebrations.


Chateau Raysee | View Profile

Chateau Raysse is an utterly charming and romantic medieval castle in the Dordogne valley. It’s not far from the banks of the River Dordogne.

The ancient castle is a beautiful backdrop for your wedding. It sits close to the River Dordogne and the tiny village of Cazoules with its exceptional bakery. Souillac is a charming town 5 minutes away by car. The Périgord region in which the Dordogne sits is the birthplace of modern, Cro-Magnon (v. Neanderthal) man. Believed to be 17,000 years old, the ancient cave paintings at Lascaux are not to be missed. The Dordogne brims over with beautiful countryside and medieval towns and villages with a cornucopia of culinary delights at superb prices.

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Kelly Jane Hartmann

Kelly is a former wedding planner and a lover of anything pink. She believes that any bride can plan her own wedding, with a few tips and helpful tools.

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