Capturing all the romance of a stunning Italian setting, we love this beautiful wedding venue in Dorset!
If you’re at the beginning of your wedding venue search, this glorious and stately Italian setting could be just the ticket! We’re feeling spellbound by the sheer romance of The Italian Villa at Compton Acres in Poole. Awarded ‘Most Popular Venue’ in the International Wedding Awards 2015, it’s not hard to see why this incredible venue keeps capturing lovers’ hearts and imaginations…
Exclusivity and sheer splendour don’t come together more beautifully than at this sensational wedding venue, The Italian Villa. Combining unique character with classic architecture, we love both the grounds and modern facilities of this glorious venue. Set within the beautiful, grade II listed gardens and grounds, hold your wedding here and you’re guaranteed an unforgettable day with the photos to match! At every turn in the Italian Garden, love is there to meet you: two ornate Venetian bronze lanterns, bearing the winged lions of St. Mark, patron saint of Venice, adorn the terrace, and dominating the far end of the lake is the domed temple of Bacchus supported on stone pillars, with ‘the Roman god of wine’ beautifully sculptured in Carrera marble. What better omens are there for your magical big day?
Whether you’re planning an intimate occasion or an elaborate and extravagant affair, The Italian Villa can cater to your every need. Luxury Dorset caterers Beales Gourmet can design a dazzling menu to wow every guest and suit any dietary requirement.
Distinctive and magical, The Italian Villa has captured a romantic aura that makes it the perfect setting for any wedding day. The Medici Suite provides a truly breathtaking setting for your ceremony, and can accommodate 180 guests with ease, or for a truly opulent affair, The Siena Suite located on the lower ground floor and with its own sound system, can see 250 people dancing the night away!
For a fabulous 360 degree tour online, and to book your place at their next open day on October 22nd, 2017, visit