Category: Worcestershire Wedding Venues
Deepest Worcestershire. Green and serene.
An elaborate complex of Medieval timber-framed barns and outbuildings next to a landscaped lake.
A lovely lawn next to a small lake both perched on the edge of a wide rolling green vista.
A listed country house from the mid-Victorian period, complete with marble stairs, a portico, Italian Gardens, lakes, terraces.
A purpose-built reception venue for unique and highly individual wedding receptions
1855 historic complex with two rooms to get married in.
Queen Anne mansion (1710) set in 132 acres of parkland.
The wonderful historic family home of Jocelyn and John Finnigan.
Amazing (even futuristic) village hall right next to the Medieval Church.
Village Halls can make great wedding reception venues and often have kitchens your caterers can use as well as water, power, toilets, tables and parking.