Tying the knot in Wiltshire and looking for a grand venue with A-list appeal? Wilton House is a grade I-listed country pad in Salisbury that's rich in history and big on charm. The house was also the setting for box office hits, Pride & Prejudice, starring Keira Knightley, and The Young Victoria with Emily Blunt and Rupert Friend.
The house has five licensed rooms. For high drama, choose the Double and Single Cube Rooms, which were designed for a visit from King Charles I, while the 19th-century loggia, overlooking the River Nadder, is the perfect setting for summer nuptials. You can't beat the historic State Rooms for a grand drinks reception, and the huge grounds (the house is set in 22 acres) are ideal for a marquee.
OFFER - get in quick!
Book your wedding at Wilton House for Saturday 9 October 2010 and get a free photographic package, worth more than £2,000.
The package includes full wedding day coverage, rehearsal coverage the night before the wedding, a hardback coffee table book with up to 70 prints, two hardback parent books, an image DVD, plus 90-day online access to images.
For more details, contact 01722 746716; www.wiltonhouse.com