1. Alrewas Hayes, Staffordshire
This venue is in no short supply of grandeur. Here, you can say your vows beneath a towering arched doorway set in an enchanting walled garden. Staffordshire’s Alrewas Hayes boasts five-star accommodation and a magnificent manor house.
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2. Homme House, Herefordshire
A country estate with a regal feel, Homme House is an opulent West Midlands wedding venue and benefits from 100 acres of picturesque parkland. Nestled in the Herefordshire borders, it’s easily accessible for travelling guests.
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3. Iscoyd Park, Shropshire
Prepare to be dazzled by some serious chandeliers at this West Midlands wedding venue. There’s a choice of enchanting locations at Shropshire’s Iscoyd Park.
Opt for more intimate rooms for smaller celebrations or the large, airy Garden Room to welcome larger guest lists. Each space is intricately decorated to make your big day feel special.
4. Curradine Barns, Worcestershire
With warm wooden beams, cosy log fires and quirky brick courtyards, Curradine Barns oozes charm and character.
Whilst its rustic appeal takes centre stage, the venue also benefits from luxury accommodation. There’s even a bridal dressing area complete with underfloor heating. No need to worry about getting cold feet here!
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5. Bourton Hall, Warwickshire
Be among the first to marry at this iconic venue. New for 2020, Bourton Hall was designed with Italian style in mind. Marvel at its gold leaf ceilings and enjoy panoramic views elegantly framed by ornate windows.
6. Delbury Hall, Shropshire
When it comes to West Midlands wedding venues, it doesn’t get better than Delbury Hall. Wander around ornamental lakes, fountains and manicured gardens. Then admire the historic Clock Tower and converted Coach House, before exploring the Georgian mansion. Delbury Hall really is picture perfect.
7. Burton Court, Herefordshire
Admire the imposing architecture and relaxed countryside views of Burton Court as you make your way up it’s long, sweeping driveway. Ideal for big weddings, it can seat 350 people to dine in the marquee. So, if your guest list grows ever longer, this could be the one for you.
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8. Rowton Castle, Shropshire
Home to eye catching turrets and pristine formal gardens, Rowton Castle has décor fit for royalty. Say your vows in ornate rooms flooded by natural light, before dancing the night away. Who wouldn't want to start married life together feeling like king and queen?
9. The Boat House, Staffordshire
With exquisite landscaped grounds and spectacular views, The Boat House provides a delightful waterside wedding venue in the West Midlands for a truly unforgettable day. Bright and modern, this is an incredible setting to celebrate with your loved ones!
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10. Lemore Manor, Herefordshire
And finally, Lemore Manor. Although there are many wedding venues in the West Midlands, Lemore Manor offers a unique mixture of old and new. You can’t escape its historic features with marble fireplaces and grand arched windows greeting you around each corner. There’s even a Games Room and Cinema Room to enjoy! Perfect if you want to kick back and relax before the ceremony or give younger guests somewhere to play.
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