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Abingdon has many wedding venues and reception venues to offer. We have visited many of these including, Milton Hill House in Steventon, Abingdon. This is a charming Georgian Mansion House, beautifully set in 22 acres of peaceful parkland. It’s history can be traced back to the 18th century and over the years, it has played host to royalty, nobility and celebrity. Close by is Steventon House Hotel, Steventon, Abingdon, where from the moment you step through their door you can see and feel exactly why Steventon House Hotel is synonymous with romance, exclusivity, and bygone charm. The Coseners House is a wonderful wedding venue on the River Thames in Abingdon, Oxfordshire. Also set in beautiful countryside the historic manor house Denman in Marcham, Abingdon is set in 17 acres of parkland. Away from countryside and in Abingdon market town itself The Crown and Thistle, Abingdon is now licensed for weddings and receptions, this is ideal for a more intimate wedding. Just down the road from The Square is The Oxford Abingdon Four Pillars Hotel, with stunning views and outstanding service, Abingdon Four Pillars Hotel is an excellent wedding reception venue in Abingdon, Oxfordshire.
Abingdon has many beautiful Churches situated in Abingdon town and surrounding areas including St Helens Church which is situated on the Wharf offering beautiful romantic views. Many others including Abingdon community church, Trinity church and St Nicolas which is set in the Market Place of Abingdon. Abingdon-on-Thames proudly claims to be the oldest town in the country. Abingdon is recognised for special architectural merit with some thirty-four 17th century buildings and twenty-two even older. The town was granted a market charter in the 13th century and there is a market each Monday and Farmers’ Market on the third Monday in the month. Two of the main roads leading into the town of Abingdon cross both the River Thames and The Ock River crossing bridges that are listed as ancient monuments. Abingdon is situated just outside of Oxford by approx 5 miles.GET A QUOTE