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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Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings with its 19 acres of grounds, historic buildings and views over the Worcestershire countryside, is truly a beautiful, unique and romantic setting for your wedding. Say ‘I do’ in the majestic New Guesten Hall with its beautifully detailed medieval roof.
The remnants of a medieval royal palace in Coventry city centre, the gatehouse of Cheylesmore Manor is at the heart of the city on New Union Street. The magnificent timber building is a key piece of Coventry's rich and important heritage.
Previously the only unfortified royal palace outside of London, Cheylesmore Manor is now used as a stunning ceremony venue
The Barlaston Estate is a historic venue now available for weddings featuring St. John's at Barlaston Hall. It's a hidden gem located within the picturesque Wedgwood Estate. A historic de-consecrated 12th-century church repurposed as a venue for non-religious ceremonies and celebrations. For those who have always dreamed of a church wedding, St. John's can help make that dream come true.
The Black Swan, nestled in the heart of Henley- in-Arden, has opened following an extensive refurbishment. Heartwood Inns (formerly The White Brasserie Company) has lovingly restored The Black Swan's charming Tudor- fronted Grade II listed building, ensuring it retains its original features. Its traditional character has been seamlessly blended with a new oak-framed extension, housing a bright, contemporary garden dining area.
The Black Swan hopes to become the go-to place for locals and visitors alike, with an abundance of independent boutiques, bookshops and antique shops nearby,
Posted: 28 September 2023
The Grand Station originally opened in 1854 as a Grade II listed property formerly known as the Lower Level Train Station. In 2012, after the building was derelict for almost 30 years, it was transformed into a popular venue for weddings, events and conferences.
Situated in the heart of the city, the Grand Station is just a short walk from Wolverhampton's train station. Boasting a large outdoor space, the exterior was designed by engineer Sir John Fowler, with the rack work by Mr Henry Robertson and the roof and layout by Mr Isambard Kingdom Brunel. The space has retained its historical feel, but the former train platforms have been transformed into modern venue spaces.
Posted: 26 September 2023
Mallory Court Hotel and Spa in Leamington Spa is a member of Relais & Châteaux. A magnificent country house hotel surrounded by 10 acres of landscaped gardens and set amidst picturesque countryside, with 42 blissful bedrooms and a three AA Rosette restaurant. The house creates a beautiful backdrop for your celebration, be it basking in the summer sunshine or relaxing by a roaring fire.
The events team will guide you through the best possible options to suit the theme of your special day. From the moment you arrive, to your wedding breakfast, to your first dance, Mallory Court can make your wedding dreams a reality.
Posted: 19 September 2023
Luxor Events Venue is a newly-renovated wedding venue in Sandwell. Owners Sandip and Dalveer Gillar have spent thousands transforming The Regis on Reddal Hill Road into the new Luxor Events Venue.
"We can accommodate up to 300 guests in our larger room and have a private car park," says Sandip. "This building has been open since the 1950s, and the locals have had some great times in the past, but it was time for a revamp and modernisation of the space. We are mainly booking private and corporate events, including weddings, birthdays and parties. Our versatile venue has everything you need to make your event truly unforgettable."
Posted: 14 September 2023
Hawkstone Hall & Gardens is a Grade I listed 18th-century mansion that's a vision of Georgian elegance. The venue encompasses 88 acres of countryside, rolling hills and ancient trees. At the front of the property are views of the Shropshire countryside, and to the rear are gardens featuring a lily pond, rose garden, apple orchard, trees and a stew pond with waterfalls.
Inside is a collection of historic features, beautifully complemented by modern touches, such as gilded gold ceilings and original artwork, all with an Art Deco twist.
Posted: 12 September 2023
Chesford Grange Hotel, a Tudor-style manor house in Warwickshire, has announced a refurbishment is underway. Upgrades to the property will include premium event spaces, newly decorated bedrooms and a refreshed hotel entrance, with a modern and stylish look throughout.
The property has also introduced a new sustainability programme demonstrating its commitment to positively impacting the environment. These changes include electric car charging points, reducing the use of paper and single-use plastics and implementing waste reduction and recycling practices. The team has also committed to sewing wild bird seeds and bird boxes and nurturing new beehives on-site.
Posted: 7 September 2023
Set within 60 acres of stunning Worcestershire countryside is the grand Alcott Weddings. There are plenty of places to take those all-important photographs throughout the venue, including the gardens, the lakes, the Equestrian yard, the stables and with the gorgeous horses.
There is a range of quirky and traditional structures available for weddings that can hold up to 450 loved ones. The most cost-effective option is The Capris Marquee. It has clear panels, so your guests can admire the views, and if more space is needed, another marquee can be added.
Posted: 5 September 2023
Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings, with its character-filled grounds, historic buildings and views over the picturesque Worcestershire countryside, is a truly romantic setting for weddings.
New Guesten Hall, located near the museum's entrance, boasts a 14th-century roof that was originally part of Worcester Cathedral's reception hall. Containing beautifully detailed Medieval carpentry, it's a large and flexible space, which can accommodate up to 120 guests for the civil ceremony and wedding breakfast and can be expanded to cater for an extra 60 loved ones for the evening reception.
Posted: 29 August 2023
Set within 40 acres of parkland in a verdant valley with the River Stour meandering through is the grand Ettington Park Hotel. Inside, couples will find historic architecture, wondrous ceilings, ornate chandeliers and floor-to-ceiling windows, which present breathtaking views of the grounds. There are also several bedrooms for your guests to choose from, extravagant lounges and inspiring suites.
Outside, there are plenty of places to explore and take photographs, including the impressive turrets, neo-Gothic brickwork, classic arched windows and on-site Norman Church and Orangery.
Posted: 22 August 2023
The Grade II-listed Warwick House is located within acres of glorious gardens and boasts an abundance of trees, cherry blossoms, feathery pines and statement windows. This exclusive-use 19th-century property perfectly combines contemporary and classic architecture with traditional furniture, grand chandeliers and muted tones throughout. Those of you looking to stay the night will love the 16 guest bedrooms and luxurious honeymoon suite.
The Warwick Room is the venue's smallest space. It's a sophisticated area used for civil ceremonies and wedding breakfasts of up to 60 people.
Surrounded by windows that overlook the terrace, the light and airy Banqueting Hall is decorated with soft fairylights, a bar, and a dancefloor and can accommodate 150 loved ones.
Posted: 15 August 2023