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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For a fun and relaxed wedding venue with glamping on site, enjoy delicious home cooked food in our unique and spectacular yurt marquee and its outdoor area, before moving into our new barn-style party room for music and dancing.
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.
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
Make your day perfect with wedding tipi hire from Event In A Tent.
With so many options out there, it can be hard deciding what you want for your special day. That’s why our dedicated and experienced team are always on hand to help you out.
Safari Venues at West Midland Safari Park
Located in Worcestershire, West Midland Safari Park provides a unique location for an unforgettable day. With three different venues within the grounds, you'll find the perfect space for your celebration.
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.
Our 200-seat restaurant offers incredible views over the Barston Lake near Hampton in Arden, Solihull. The 21 acres of water and surrounding parkland makes for an idyllic location for wedding ceremonies and receptions.
Barnutopia first opened as a glamping site with three Mongolian yurts
Barnutopia first opened as a glamping site with three Mongolian yurts in 2015. Two years later, the owners expanded as a wedding venue and have continued to add to the space to create a charming setting to say 'I do'.
Approaching through the main gates, couples will be greeted by a red brick stable block that dates back to 1892. The Events Barn opens directly onto the Yurt Field with spectacular views of the surrounding Shropshire countryside. All parts of the site are easily accessible, including the nine luxury glamping units, two fully-equipped kitchens and bathroom blocks with unlimited hot water. All units are fully furnished with beds, power, heating and free Wi-Fi.
Posted: 28 March 2023
Wolverhampton Art Gallery was built in 1884 to house the city’s art collection
Situated in the heart of the city centre, Wolverhampton Art Gallery was built in 1884 to house the city's art collection. This Grade II* listed building combines classic 19th-century architecture with modern, contemporary design to provide an exclusive and cultural venue. The property is located opposite St Peter's Gardens where couples can go and take beautiful photographs.
Inside is a grand piano, a space for drinks and canapés after the ceremony, 18th-century paintings, and a grand décor.
Posted: 21 March 2023
Crumplebury has launched an exclusive new package
Crumplebury, an award-winning wedding venue in Herefordshire, has launched an exclusive new package called The Crumplebury Takeover. Couples will be able to take over the whole site for three days, which includes 1,500 acres of private grounds, 11 spoiling suites, the Hen House, indoor spaces from the Grand Hall to the Art Gallery and a stunning outdoor ceremony area nestled in a secret woodland glade.
"When it comes to weddings here, the sky really is the limit," says Crumplebury founder and creative director Keeley Evans. "Every wedding is wonderful, but The Crumplebury Takeover gives couples the chance to curate something truly memorable and personal to them."
Posted: 16 March 2023
The Wroxeter Hotel boasts fabulous grounds and views
Situated in the heart of Shropshire yet easily accessible from major roads, The Wroxeter Hotel boasts fabulous grounds and views, with several outdoor seating areas and points of interest that look great in photographs. This Georgian county house has many original features along with some modern twists and fabulous wedding spaces.
The Wroxeter Hotel is an ideal venue for exclusive use and affords a real house party feel. Able to accommodate 40 or more guests overnight, exclusive use gives couples the run of the whole venue from midday on the day of the wedding.
Posted: 14 March 2023
The Grand Station originally opened in 1854 as a Grade II listed building
The Grand Station originally opened in 1854 as a Grade II listed building 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 and town centre. 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. As Wolverhampton's former train station, the space has retained its historical feel, but has transformed the former train platforms into modern venue spaces.
Posted: 7 March 2023
Ansty Hall is a finalist at The English Wedding Awards 2023
Ansty Hall, a 17th-century Georgian house in Warwickshire, is a finalist at The English Wedding Awards 2023 in the 'Romantic Wedding Venue of the Year' category.
Situated within eight acres of private grounds, Ansty Hall boasts magnificent views of the surrounding countryside and has original staircases, high ceilings, open fireplaces and 62 bedrooms. The property can be hired on an exclusive-use basis, and there's even space to arrive via a helicopter for those looking to make a grand entrance.
Posted: 2 March 2023
Unique theatre venues for your vows and and bows!
Finding the wedding venue of your dreams can be a difficult task, especially if you're looking for something with a little less traditional with a little more drama. According to Google trend data, searches for 'unique wedding venues' have seen an uplift of 769% in the last month, and more specifically, searches for 'theatre weddings' have risen by an enormous 1250%. SeatPlan reveal the most unique, musical, dramatic, and theatrical wedding venues around the UK, so you can be centre stage and in the spotlight on your big day.
Posted: 1 March 2023
Swinfen Hall Hotel is an elegant Georgian manor house with a mixture of old and new styles
Swinfen Hall Hotel is an elegant Georgian manor house with a mixture of old and new styles. Set at the end of a sweeping drive, the property stands proudly amongst 100 acres of gardens and parklands and boasts a private deer park, ornamental ponds, a Victorian walled garden, a courtyard garden complete with a bar and a luxury marquee. In the middle of the deer park sits an impressive red tree which is an artistic impression of the venue's commitment to fighting climate change. It was created by local artist MC Vincent and is a constant reminder to be as ethical and environmentally responsible as possible. Inside, is ornate oak panelling, high ceilings, stained glass windows and 17 guest bedrooms and suites.
Posted: 28 February 2023
Bantock House Museum and Park is an Edwardian house situated within 43 acres of parkland
Bantock House Museum and Park is an Edwardian house situated within 43 acres of parkland and formal gardens and is just 10 minutes from the centre of Wolverhampton. Designed and built by the former owners, this historic property includes three gardens, original features, carved oak-panelled rooms, decorative glass tiles and period furnishings inspired by the Arts and Crafts Movement, with plenty of locally-made enamels, japanned ware, jewellery, and toys.
Posted: 21 February 2023
Coombe Abbey Hotel has launched two new premium wedding packages
Laetitia Rattu and Balram Kandola revisited Coombe Abbey Hotel in Brinklow to launch the hotel's new 2023 premium wedding packages. The hotel stepped in to help the Birmingham-based couple, who were left devastated after their original venue went into administration and they faced the prospect of no reception venue just weeks before their wedding day. As newlyweds, they were delighted to return and be the face of the four- star historic hotel's two new wedding packages, which will run until 2024.
The 'Anything For You is Possible' luxury package includes a pre-wedding complimentary afternoon tea for two, reception drinks, a toastmaster and wedding co-ordinator, as well as a four-course wedding breakfast and an evening reception. This package also features group activities, including lawn games and a grand bedroom for the happy couple to use on the day.
Posted: 16 February 2023