Peak District Holiday Barn

What: The Peak District Holiday Barn is exactly that – a large, yet cosy self catering holiday barn that is suitable for intimate weddings. The barn sleeps up to 24 guests in 6 bedrooms and features a wonderful open plan kitchen, dining area and lounge for socialising.

Where: The Peak District Holiday Barn is near to Tideswell in the heart of the Derbyshire Peak District. A great base for exploring, walking and climbing!

Weddings: Not yet licenced for civil ceremonies. The barn is a great venue for pre and post wedding celebrations. There are lawned gardens for a marquee, a BBQ area and even an outdoor pizza oven and fire pit for weddings with a difference.  We have lots of contacts for all of the ‘DIY’ wedding equipment that you may need – portable loos, generators etc. There are also camping facilities at the farm next door to facilitate extra guests!

Who: Amanda and Mark will help to make sure that you have everything you need for your intimate wedding. You can get in touch by calling Amanda on 07525 051226 or mark on 07791667027, or email bookings@peakdistrictholidaybarn.co.uk

Web: www.peakdistrictholidaybarn.co.uk
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Wedding venues in Derbyshire
Barn Wedding Venues

 

 

Pimhill Barn

Where: On a little hilltop just a few miles outside Shrewsbury.

What: A superb complex of ancient buildings and spaces ripe for your wedding. These include the medieval timber barn, outhouses, a dovecote (with perfect white doves!) and a courthouse, newly converted into an amazing bridal accommodation suite.

Weddings: The barn is licensed for weddings. There is then room for a spectacular reception in this most atmospheric of spaces.

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Who: Call Ginny on 01939 291310 or e-mail events@pimhillbarn.co.uk

Web: GREAT website with prices, availability and loads of GREAT pictures.. at   www.pimhillbarn.co.uk  

Alveston Pastures Farm

alveston pastures farm warwickshireWhere: In the rolling (silent) countryside just outside Stratford-upon-Avon, deepest Shakespeare country.

What: A secluded barn surrounded on three sides by open countryside.. great views, peace, calm, tranquility, a maze, lawns etc.

Weddings: Not licensed for weddings, but a great reception venue, one of our favourites.

Who: Call Marion Clayton-Wright (she is so helpful) on 01789 840378, or e-mail marionclaytonwright@hotmail.co.uk

Web: www.alvestonpasturesfarm.co.uk although the website doesn’t mention wedding receptions.

Dodmoor House

dodmoor houseWhere: In western Northamptonshire. Good for the M1.

What: A series of ancient listed barns, courtyards, gardens, fields – there’s even a honeymoon suite.

Weddings: Two listed barns licensed for weddings. Dodmoor allows you to use your own caterer such as Kemp & Kemp Catering, but do mention this when enquiring.

Who: Contact Mark Bradley on 01327 341736 or write him an e-mail at weddings@dodmoorhouse.co.uk he’s really good at writing back!

Web: www.dodmoorhouse.co.uk

Foremark Cottages

foremark cottagesWhere: Perched on a ridge in South Derbyshire, Near Repton.

What: Tucked away up a lane lies the isolated Medieval Church of St. Saviours, surrounded by open fields and undulating countryside. Just beyond, and in the shadow of the church lies a secluded complex of barns, out-houses and workshops, all tastefully restored to form a self-contained ‘wedding village’ with huge barn for a magnificent wedding breakfast (for 150) and great accommodation for up to 30 people.

Weddings: Site not licensed, but its a short stroll (through a romantic orchard) from St. Saviours Church, Foremark.

Who: Contact Greg Hanson on 01283 707471 or email him on foremarkcottages@googlemail.com

Web: www.foremarkcottages.co.uk

Blakesley Hall

blakesley hallWhere: In the northern suburbs of Birmingham.

What: Late sixteenth century timber framed farmhouse built by Richard Smalbroke who was from a local merchant family.

Weddings: The Hall and Barn (both ancient) are licensed for weddings, but you need to find a separate reception venue.

Who: Anne-Marie Hayes books weddings and she can be phoned on 0121 464 2193 or e-mail her on anne-marie.hayes@birmingham.gov.uk

Webwww.birminghammuseums.org.uk/blakesley

Kemp & Kemp Catering

kemp and kempWedding catering that features food that is always homemade by us. We make everything from scratch with nothing brought in or ‘from frozen’.

Karen Kemp is an inspired, passionate cook, heavily influenced by Nigel Slater, with more than a little ‘River Cafe’, some early Jamie and plenty of fresh Delia.We don’t do ‘Package A, Package B’ style catering because we believe it is important to design your food around you, your venue and the season.

We can work at every site listed on this website and will travel 75 miles from our base in Stafford. Marquee weddings are a speciality too.

No Corkage, No Set Menus – Just sensational food with exceptional service. 

The Wedding Industry Award Winners ‘Wedding Caterers of the Year‘ for the West Midlands in 2014, 2015, 2016 AND 2017! 

Call 0800 6444566 or visit www.kempandkempcatering.co.uk