Choosing the perfect West Midlands wedding venue is an exciting part of your wedding planning. There is a huge choice of venue types in the West Midlands covering Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Coventry, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Warwick, Shrewsbury and Stratford including hotels, barns, country manor houses, romantic castles as well as chic city and town centre locations.
Take a look at West Midlands wedding venues and those further afield in our listings below.
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Nestled in 7 acres of stunning Warwickshire countryside, bask in the romance as you travel along the shaded driveway and arrive at our imposing Grade II listed Gothic Manor. Our stunning venue provides a magical setting, an experienced Wedding Planner and a dedicated team to guarantee the day of your dreams.
Situated in the heart of historic Worcester, The Commandery is one of the oldest buildings in the city. Having been a medieval hospital, civil war battle headquarters, the Georgian home of an influential local family, a college for the blind, and a printworks, it is now the site of a fascinating museum and the perfect destination for weddings and other celebrations.
Set in the heart of the Staffordshire countryside, Weston Hall is a magnificent Grade II* listed building that encompasses four large pitched roofs, a striking exterior and a mixture of modern and Elizabethan features.
The Shrewsbury Suite's beautiful countryside views and original mullioned windows allow for a magical backdrop for an enchanting ceremony of up to 110 guests.
On the other hand, The Westminster Suite provides elegance and charm with its oak beams and characterful stone fireplaces. With its own private bar and custom-made dancefloor, The Westminster Suite is the ideal setting for up to 150 loved ones to enjoy the celebrations.
Posted: 6 December 2022
The multi-award-winning Redhouse Barn is a hidden gem nestled in the Worcestershire countryside. Only a mile from the M5, the property has five acres of grounds, landscaped mature gardens, decking and a feature koi pond.
Beautifully designed and luxuriously decorated with both contemporary and traditional elements throughout, including slate, limestone and oak floors with full-height glass sliding doors to allow natural light to flood in. The layout of this exclusive-use venue is designed for a great flow throughout, linking the interior and gardens.
Posted: 29 November 2022
Tamworth Castle is set within acres of beautiful grounds on top of a motte. With almost 1,000 years of rich history, there are plenty of places to explore, including the floral terraces that drop down to the banks of the River Anker and the ancient Tudor and Jacobean walls that bring a romantic and intimate feeling to any occasion.
The Great Hall has candelabra and chandeliers that create a twinkling glow and bring the room to life. The magnificent oak-timbered roof and decorated lead windows create a gorgeous backdrop for exchanging vows and set the scene for the rest of the day. This space has been wowing visitors for 100s of years and looks wonderful in photographs.
Posted: 22 November 2022
The High Field has been crowned the best gastropub in Birmingham and the whole of the Midlands at the Midlands Food, Drink & Hospitality Awards 2022. Now in its sixth year, the awards recognise the best eateries, restaurants, bars, pubs and the people who work in them from across the region. More than 600 people attended the awards, which took place at the Eastside Rooms in Birmingham after a two-year hiatus.
"We are thrilled to have taken home the title of Best Gastropub at this year's awards, it really does mean a lot," says the general manager of The High Field, Charlotte Carter. "It's not the first time we have won – we were delighted to have been given the title in 2016 – but it's a big deal to win again as we constantly strive to make The High Field the best it can be."
Posted: 17 November 2022
Bennetts Willow Barn is situated on a working dairy farm and is surrounded by grazing fields, woodland and a charming lake. The property has plenty of places to take those all-important photographs, including flowers that bloom throughout the year, picturesque log walls, fairylights, willow trees and a firepit.
Couples can choose to run the day how they want, holding ceremonies outside in the gardens, in the yurt marquee or the barn. The 20m long yurt marquee is a private, exclusive use space that's adjacent to the gardens. It includes a firepit and outdoor space for garden games or even a bouncy castle and can seat up to 140 people or 150 without a seat each.
Posted: 15 November 2022
Hogarths Stone Manor, a luxury hotel near Worcester, is hosting an open evening. The hotel is a blissful retreat for weddings, conferences and 'just the two of us' escapes. A short drive from Kidderminster, and only 17 miles from Birmingham, it's right on the doorstep of the picture-perfect rolling hills of rural Worcestershire. The property boasts a restaurant, accommodation, beautiful gardens, afternoon tea and spa treatments.
Come visit the team on the 16th November, 2022, between 6pm and 8pm where you'll have the opportunity to view the venue and discuss your big day.
Posted: 10 November 2022
Moddershall Oaks sits on the water's edge and is surrounded by acres of Staffordshire countryside. This warm and inviting property has a fresh and neutral décor throughout and was designed with a contemporary feel in mind. Boasting a state-of-the-art sound system, Swarovski crystal lighting, hand-made Italian glass chandeliers, a glass bar and moveable walls, this property has everything needed to create the perfect wedding.
Ceremonies can take place outside by the water's edge under the handmade gazebo or indoors.
The courtyard, adjacent to the venue, is often used in the evening as a lovely break-out space for guests to retreat to should they need to rest their dancing feet. It features a wishing well, a fish pond with a waterfall, seating, umbrellas and heaters.
Posted: 8 November 2022
Malt House Barn is a purpose-built converted barn set in beautifully landscaped gardens overlooking the Shropshire countryside. Offering views of the iconic Wrekin, the property has two tiers of perfectly manicured lawns, a sweeping path up to a arbour seat and a large wooden gazebo perfect for outdoor ceremonies.
The interior is an elegant and versatile space that's wide and spacious, with ample room for a circular or trestle-style set up. There's also on-site accommodation with disabled access, modern toilet facilities, a kitchen with catering fridges and a bar area.
Posted: 1 November 2022
Blakelands Country House dates back to 1722 and is nestled within 10 acres of formal Victorian gardens, orchards and lakes with views as far as Client Hills. Boasting a mixture of formal architecture and converted outbuildings, the Georgian interiors and original oak-framed barns beautifully combine original features with contemporary finishes to create a wealth of space and discovery.
The Main House was the original hall and has flagstone flooring, roaring fires, a staircase and room for 40 loved ones.
Posted: 25 October 2022
Billesley Manor Hotel & Spa, a luxurious hotel in the heart of rural Warwickshire nestled in 11 acres of countryside, just three miles from Stratford-upon-Avon, promises guests a holistic tranquil escape filled with a variety of wellness activities including personalised treatments by ESPA, wellbeing day retreats, and indoor and outdoor activities to soothe the mind and body.
Billesley Manor has partnered with ESPA, a natural skincare and luxury beauty brand that is guided by the holistic philosophy of caring for the whole wellbeing, to offer a new range of treatments and wellness therapies.
Posted: 20 October 2022