Top 10 Wishlisted Airbnbs For Weddings in India! For Intimate Ceremonies!
BY Sakshi | 22 Sep, 2016 | 4253 views | 5 min read
The best kept secret in wedding planning : Airbnb, where you can choose from the stunning and diverse venues available to host a wedding that is uniquely yours. Of course, there are loads of options abroad, but there are no less in India as well! From a luxury villas to heritage beach homes and farm houses, here are some much sought-after wishlisted homes in India, which are perfect for that intimate and personal destination wedding!
Looking for a serene wedding location in the hills? Then this Himalayan villa near Ranikhet in Almora, Uttarakhand might be just what you're looking for! Wonderfully tranquil and peaceful, this is also a gorg location for a pretty destination wedding! Click here for more details on the property.
Hidden behind a discrete facade, this large house located in the heart of white town is the perfect place to accommodate a small party for an awesome weekend wedding! With a pretty garden and full amenities, this can make for a laidback yet memorable destination wedding. Click here for more details about the property.
Coonoor located in the Nilgiris is a beautiful hilly town, and gorgeous for a small destination wedding. A famhouse with a colonial look, Rivendell is set on the crest of a mountain, overlooking tea gardens, eucalyptus forests and a quaint little village complete with its own village church. 5,200 square feet of undisturbed peace! Click here to know more about it.
Dreaming of a wedding in the Himalayas? Then this might be just what you guys are looking for! This exclusive five bedroom luxurious house nestled in lush green land overlooks the Stok palace and Khardungla pass... Dreamy right? Click here for more details about it.
A luxurious 3 bedroom contemporary villa is ideal for a weekend wedding if you're looking for a place close to Mumbai. Located on a 2 acre plot of land in the village of Awas, just 15 minutes from Mandwa jetty, it also has a beautiful pool, lawn facing verandah and suspended balconies nestled in trees. Click here for more details.
Located in Siolim, Goa, this is a beautiful villa on the river front, close to Morjim beach. The River Palace even boasts of one of the finest and largest swimming pools in Goa with a poolside bar, plenty of spaces, deck chairs and a fun and festive atmosphere reminiscent of the Copa Cabana, which can be very promising for a funn-filled weekend wedding! Click here for more details about the property.
Conveniently located away from the town centre yet close to every natural luxury, this home in the midst of a plantation offers you more than just liberal doses of greenery! With 10 total rooms, this is more than equipped to handle a pretty green wedding! Click here for more details.
If you guys want to enjoy a laid-back sunny wedding with a cool breeze or a night party by the beach, then this beach house set up at a picturesque location a few steps away from the beach at Vadanamelli on the scenic East Coast Road is pretty ideal. You can have a theme wedding here with facilities like BBQ, camping and of course, the gorgeous beach! For more information, click here.
Located in Nasogi, this elegant property is nestled atop a green hill in the most scenic area of Manali. With a view like that, lounges, balconies and gardens, you can have an intimate destination wedding here that one can only dream of! For more information, click here.
So as you can see, there are homes for every type of bride, but no matter where you say I do, Airbnb hosts can help you and your guests feel at home. Some tips to make the experience even more memorable...
- Don’t forget to select “suitable for events” under featured amenities when you search the site for your dream wedding location
- Be sure to communicate your booking needs to your hosts
- Ask questions! Your hosts know best such as the number of guests allowed as well as recommendations for local florists, caterers, musicians, and other vendors.
So, which Airbnb are you going to plan your wedding in?