Situated amid undulating Staffordshire countryside are a collection of stunning wedding venues, ranging from beautiful country houses to fabulous converted barns.
Surrounded by scenic landscape, yet conveniently close to bustling towns and busy cities, there are lots of lovely wedding venues in pretty settings throughout Staffordshire.
Take a look at our three stunning Staffordshire wedding venues:
Located just three miles from Lichfield, Packington Moor is a magnificent 700-acre arable and livestock farm that boasts two beautiful barns; Oak Barn and Malt Barn. Full of history, both barns have been sympathetically restored to their original purpose, while retaining many period features and providing an authentic backdrop for a contemporary country wedding.
Rustically romantic and grand with its high vaulted ceilings, oak beams, exposed brickwork and stained glass windows, Oak Barn is a beautiful place to exchange vows, while Malt Barn is a blank canvas with its crisp white walls, wrought iron chandeliers and oak beams and pillars, making it perfect for the wedding breakfast and after party.
Not forgetting the picturesque farmland, which includes a charming secret garden and wonderful wisteria walk, or the team of talented chefs who create mouth-watering meals using locally sourced and home grown produce, the grounds at Packington Moor are glorious and the dining experience simply outstanding.
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Blending old with new, The Ashes is an amazing historic country house and boutique barn wedding venue, located close to Stoke on Trent. The combination of a Grade II Listed house, a collection of converted barns, two courtyards and an old cottage surrounded by 50 acres of parkland and a pretty lake, makes The Ashes a magical place to get married.
West Barn and East Barn both fuse traditional design with contemporary touches that can accommodate up to 150 guests. Stone set windows, vaulted ceilings, wooden beams, exposed brickwork and a natural stone floor ensure a rustic feel, while the glass fronted balcony forms a modern look. The classic courtyards are dressed with shabby chic bunting and twinkling fairy lights, creating a relaxed and informal space for drinks, while the old dairy is now a cosy and comfortable cottage for couples to reside in throughout their stay.
Ensuring that the outdoor space is truly appreciated at The Ashes is the striking stone archway that opens up The Coach House, offering exceptional views of the grounds and beyond.
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Pendrell Hall is a remarkable country residence with a splendid setting right on the edge of Codsall Wood in South Staffordshire. Standing proudly in six acres, the Victorian property has been renovated extensively and is now an elegant country house full of character and charm.
Weddings are always memorable at Pendrell Hall. The Morning Room immediately imparts a real sense of occasion. The Arts and Craft oak inglenook is incredible and takes centre stage in this luxurious room. It is an exquisite piece of craftsmanship that is framed by two deep bay windows which fill the space with natural light and fantastic views. The Ballroom is sophisticated, stylish and opulent, with natural light beaming down through the decorative stained glass ceiling skylights – a truly unique feature.
With ample boutique hotel-style accommodation, Pendrell Hall is perfect for a stately wedding of up to 170 guests in Staffordshire.