LAST UPDATED: 10 June 2013 at 4:40pm

Inspired by the grandiose style of Mughal architecture in India, Sezincote is a domed fantasy hidden amid the Cotswold Hills.

If you crave a wedding that combines the allure of the East with the prettiness of the English countryside, this is the spot. The Orangery - lit by peacock-tail windows and overlooking Sezincote's Persian Garden of Paradise - is a gorgeous ceremony location.

The gardens are just as heavenly, with waterfalls and a temple to the Indian sun god.

Ceremony capacity: 240; Corkage: £0

Sezincote; 01386 700444;

LAST UPDATED: 25 July 2012 at 5:40pm

The inspiration for the Brighton Royal Pavilion, this exotic-looking house was built in 1810 in the heart of the Cotswolds.

The curved Orangery, pictured, with creeper-covered walls, frames the Persian Garden. Lit at night by flickering candles on a long table that lines the room, it's a very romantic choice.

Alternatively, you could pitch a marquee in the grounds. Surrounded by 5,000 acres and overlooking an ornamental lake, it's a fabulous treasure.

Ceremony capacity: 200; Corkage: £0; Marquee available; Countryside setting

Sezincote; 01386 700444;