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Wednesday 28th September 2016  


Isle of Man Wedding Venues

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Isle of Man

  1. Alana House - Hotel Port St Mary - Alana House Isle of Man
  2. Ascot Hotel - Hotel - Ascot Hotel Isle of Man
  3. Athol House - Hotel Douglas - Athol House Isle of Man
  4. Castle Mona Hotel - Douglas - Wedding Venue - Castle Mona Hotel - Douglas Isle of Man
  5. Cherry Orchard Aparthotel - Hotel Port Erin - Cherry Orchard Aparthotel Isle of Man
  6. Claremont Hotel - Douglas - Wedding Venue - Claremont Hotel - Douglas Isle of Man
  7. Empress Hotel Ltd - Hotel - Empress Hotel Ltd Isle of Man
  8. Falcons Nest Hotel - Hotel Port Erin - Falcons Nest Hotel Isle of Man
  9. Glen Helen Inn - St Johns Hotel - Glen Helen Inn Isle of Man
  10. Grand Island Hotel - Ramsey - Wedding Venue - Grand Island Hotel - Ramsey Isle of Man
  11. Hilton Hotel & (IOM) Ltd - Hotel - Hilton Hotel & (IOM) Ltd Isle of Man
  12. Hydro Hotel - Hotel Douglas - Hydro Hotel Isle of Man
  13. Mount Murray Hotel & Country Club - Douglas Hotel - Mount Murray Hotel & Country Club Isle of Man
  14. Regency Hotel - Hotel Douglas - Regency Hotel Isle of Man
  15. Rutland Hotel - Hotel Douglas - Rutland Hotel Isle of Man
  16. Sefton Hotel - Douglas - Wedding Venue - Sefton Hotel - Douglas Isle of Man
  17. Sugarland Hotel - Hotel Douglas - Sugarland Hotel Isle of Man
  18. The Town House - Hotel Douglas - The Town House Isle of Man
  19. The Welbeck Hotel & Restaurant - Hotel - The Welbeck Hotel & Restaurant Isle of Man

Wedding Trivia:
After "kidnapping" his bride, the groom would take her and go into hiding. By the time the bride's family tracked them down them, the bride would probably already be pregnant! A "bride price" would then be negotiated. An earlier source is the early Jewish custom of the bride and groom spending a week together alone immediately after the marriage feast. The earliest reference to this practice is Jacob's marriages to Leah and Rachel.