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Where: Littywood Manor is set in the soft, gentle hills of remotest Staffordshire.. down the narrowest leafiest lanes where you can hear nothing but birdsong (and the odd tractor) – yet 10 minutes from the M6. What: This is a unique site where you can […]
Where: Rosliston – The Hidden Hive is set deep in the heart of Derbyshire’s National Forest, hidden away from the world. What: An exclusive tipi venue set in 66 acres of stunning woodland. 3 Giant tipis and a chill out tent with enough space for up […]
Mapperley Farm is a family run farm with picturesque fields and woodland, situated near Ilkeston, Derbyshire. There is a stunning barn to be used for your ceremony and plenty of options for a marquee reception, with occupancy of up to 500 people! Find out more >
Where: In the gentle rolling fields beyond the quaint market town of Eccelshall, Staffordshire. Serene and green, yet 15 mins from junction 14 and junction 15 of the M6. What: A huge stone house built in 1911 for the Salt family and thus to a […]
Buddleigh Farm is a superb marquee wedding venue in the landscaped gardens of a farm, near Crewe. Buddleigh Farm has a small lake, lawns, a covered bar area and everything else you need for your wedding day. licensed for outdoor weddings.
Where: Derbyshire Dales, nestled in the valley of Kniveton. What: A wonderful self catering wedding venue. Lots of space for a marquee or tipi with beautiful views! There is no corkage charge, plenty of parking and accommodation for up to 52 guests! Ideal for a […]
Deepest Worcestershire. Green and serene.
Where: In deepest, sublime, sleepy, green Gloucestershire, yet easy from the M5. What: An INCREDIBLE stone medieval tithe barn with original oak beams, next to the wonderful church, house, gatehouse, mill, pond etc. that make up a unique complex of glorious buildings, all set in […]
A fairytale ruined castle with the MOST amazing soaring stone fortifications surrounding a perfect, circular 12th Century Norman church within which you can get married.
An astounding complex of ancient buildings formed around a moated medieval manor house, with its moat fully intact and full of water.