Category: Barn Wedding Venues
Where: This barn venue is situated in the deepest Shropshire hills, overlooking the Camlad Valley, with phenomenal views of Powys in mid Wales. An idyllic countryside venue nestled perfectly into the Shropshire/Wales border. What: This wonderful venue has recently undergone extensive refurbishment and now offers […]
Where: just off the Fosse Way close to the M40, but in the deep countryside well-known to William Shakespeare (amongst others) and overlooking the distinctive ridge of Cotswolds known as Edge Hill. This countryside venue is certainly a hidden gem… What: A complex of conjoined […]
This is a perfect DIY barn wedding venue, ideal for couples on the hunt for a unique place to spend their special day. Where: behind a farm in the countryside just outside Wolverhampton in the Midlands… it’s easily accessible from the M6, M54 so your […]
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 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 […]
An elaborate complex of Medieval timber-framed barns and outbuildings next to a landscaped lake.
A series of wonderful barns, currently being converted into a dedicated wedding venue with every detail carefully thought out.
Weddings for up to 100 people and on site accommodation – perfect for pre and post wedding celebrations. Lots of ‘weddingy’ space – a lawned garden (ideal for a marquee), a BBQ area and even an outdoor pizza oven (yum!).
On a little hilltop just a few miles outside Shrewsbury lies this superb complex of ancient buildings and spaces ripe for your wedding. These include the medieval timber barn, outhouses, a dovecote and a courthouse.
A secluded barn surrounded on three sides by open countryside.