Wedding venue inspiration - Spas

Deciding on your ideal wedding venue is an key part of your wedding planning.

There is a huge choice of different venue types in the West Midlands including hotels, barns, country manor houses, romantic castles as well as chic city and town centre locations.

Check out these stunning wedding venues and those further afield in our listings below.

Spas: The Belfry Hotel & Resort, Warwickshire

The Belfry Hotel & Resort, Warwickshire

Nestled in 550 acres of rolling countryside, The Belfry Hotel & Resort has never lost its allure and retains its iconic ivy-clad exterior. The Belfry's stunning grounds are home to the majestic fairways and carpet-smooth greens of its three world-famous golf courses. In addition, there are magnificent outdoor spaces, a terrace, lakes and water features to create the perfect backdrop for a wedding. Home to 319 sumptuous bedrooms and suites, The Belfry Hotel & Resort oozes style and elegance by combining luxury and grandeur with a contemporary design and modern touches whilst also retaining its charm and heritage. When tying the knot here couples can opt for one of six spaces for the ceremony. For larger affairs The Woodland Suite, The Warwick Suite, and The Wishaw Suite can accommodate 410, 310 and 200 guests respectively. With standout features included dedicated bars, chandeliers and stunning views each suite is exemplary; The Woodland Suite is an exclusively contained suite set within the grounds with 48 Woodland Lodge bedrooms close by!


Spas: Moor Hall Hotel & Spa, Warwickshire

Moor Hall Hotel & Spa, Warwickshire

Moor Hall is a beautiful country house-style hotel set at the end of a long tree-lined drive. It boasts sweeping lawns, natural woodlands and historic sunken garden provide picturesque backdrops to wedding photographs. The sunken garden is a magical historical setting with it sweeping double stone staircase, stunning fountain centrepiece and Victorian grottos – you can tie the knot al fresco here with 180 loved ones. The house was once owned by Bishop Vesey who entertained Henry VIII at the property. The current building was built in the 1900s by Colonel Ansell for his private residence and the wood carvings, stonework and stained-glass windows can be seen today – perfect for history buffs looking to tie the knot here! The beautiful oak panelling and open fires lend Moor Hall a real country house atmosphere for nuptials; couples can opt to tie the knot in the Charter Suite or Bracebridge Suite. The Charter Suite is an elegant and spacious ground-floor room with its own direct entrance from the car park, separate bar and surrounding conservatory overlooking the gardens. It can cater for up to 180 ceremony and wedding breakfast guests (250 in the evening) and has a neutral gold, cream and grey palette, a stylish bar, luxurious contemporary lighting and furnishings make a fabulous setting. The Bracebridge Room is upon the first floor and caters for up to 60 and overlooks the stunning surrounding parkland.


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