A Wedding at The Assembly Rooms in Bath can sure be a grand affair, the National Trust owned building is situated just off the top of the main high street in Bath and contains a number of large rooms that could hold a many number of guests. My recent experience at the Assembly Rooms was of a Hindu Wedding held in one of the rooms (pictured below). The use of the assembly rooms would couple well with the use of another venue in Bath, such as but not limited to; the registry office, the cathedral or any number of churches around bath, the pump house or a private reception in a restaurant for smaller parties.
In terms of location, Bath is a beautiful city in terms of architecture and history and is located near Bristol just off the M4 near the M4/M5 interchange at Bristol. Less than two hours from London.
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“The Assembly Rooms are owned by the National Trust but are managed on their behalf by Bath & North East Somerset Council. The Assembly Rooms are part of a stunning Grade I listed building, dating back to 1771. Adorned with the original Whitefriars crystal chandeliers and housing portraits by Gainsborough, Ramsey and Hoare. The Assembly Rooms is made up of three main rooms – The Ball Room, The Tea Room and The Octagon. In addition the Card Room can be used as a bar for evening events. The Fashion Museum is also situated within the building and is home to one of the world’s finest collection of fashionable dress, creating an inspiring venue for any occasion.” – http://www.bathvenues.co.uk/assembly_rooms.aspx
– by Barney Walters