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Weddings at the Assembly Rooms

The Grade I Listed Assembly Rooms is a stunning building and has been voted Best City Venue 2017 in the UK Wedding Awards.

The UK Wedding Awards

Housing the finest set of 18th century chandeliers in the world and coupled with impressive architecture and portraits by Gainsborough and Ramsey, the Assembly Rooms makes a stylish and truly historical setting for a wedding. Featuring numerous times in Jane Austen's novels, particularly Northanger Abbey and Persuasion, and in some of Charles Dickens' works, this really is a special place to get married, and is a true testament to Bath as a wedding destination. 

With its elegance, historical importance and quality food and service, the Assembly Rooms has everything necessary for a stylish city wedding.  There are four inter connecting rooms of varying sizes providing versatile space for weddings with 50-300 guests.  

The Great Octagon holds up to 120 guests for a ceremony and features four original marble fireplaces and the largest chandelier in the collection. The Tea Room with it's stunning double columned balcony, original fireplaces and three stunning chandeliers makes the perfect backdrop to ceremonies for up to 250 guests.  For larger groups, the Ball Room, with its intricate plasterwork, five chandeliers and stunning balcony is the largest eighteenth century room in Bath and can accomodate up to 500 guests for a truly spectacular ceremony. In addition to these rooms, the Card Room can be used as a bar and, with access to a small formal garden, it is a lovely choice for summer drinks.

 

 

 

Searcys, our esteemed in-house caterer have developed a world-famous reputation for hospitality and catering.  For further information about wedding menus, click on the link: Searcys wedding menus.

Wedding videos and blogs
Find out more about weddings at the Assembly Rooms by viewing a sample of images and videos from real weddings.  Click the link for information: wedding videos and blogs.

Find out more about the history of the Assembly Rooms or for further information about weddings, please call 01225 477786 or complete our enquiry form.