Top 25 Midlands Wedding Venues

Looking for a place to get married in the Midlands? We often have people ask us what venues are nice, and which are our favourite, as there are so many and it can be hard to know where to start looking.

In the Midlands, we’re lucky to have everything from red brick barns, old restored mills, country houses, woodlands, to the mountains and hills of the peak district, and today we’re going to share our favourite top 25 Midlands Wedding Venues.

We’ll be updating this page regularly with our favourite image from each venue, along with blog posts and our thoughts on why these venues make the list.

If you have any questions or want to know our thoughts on a particular venue, please contact us.

Here they are in no particular order:


The Granary at Fawsley – Northamptonshire

The Granary at Fawsley is a collection of Grade II listed barns, which have been lovingly converted into a contemporary but rustic barn wedding venue with accommodation. Located in a peaceful valley within acres of rolling green countryside in the heart of the historic Fawsley Estate, the venue offers stunning views of the surrounding landscape creating the perfect background for your wedding.

What we Love: Accommodation on-site provides the perfect place for bridal preparations. Sweeping countryside and open space = perfect sunset pictures. The wedding team is super personable and friendly.



Contact:  01327 36 17 30

Shustoke Barn – Warwickshire

Set in the rural heart of the Warwickshire countryside, this collection of magnificent red-brick, 18th century barns, surrounding an enchanting courtyard complete with roaring fire pits, provides a sensational setting for any celebration.

What we Love:  Superb food, including an on-site barbeque for grilled feasts. The open space within the courtyard, which is great for guests to mingle in all through the wedding day. The old Olive Trees in the courtyard with their super gnarly trunks. The distinctive windows in the barn and the rich red colours – All these structural elements combined, provide an awesome backdrop for wedding photography.



Contact:  01675 620 620


Hampton Manor – Birmingham

Hampton Manor Country House was built in 1855 and is the winner of “West Midlands Best Countryside Wedding venue 2019” at The Wedding Industry Awards. Just ten minutes away from the NEC and Birmingham Airport, it’s ideally placed to bring people together in the center of the Midlands.

What we Love:  Beautiful stained glass windows and old stone walls complemented with super cool modern interior decorating.  45 acres of woodlands. Michelin-starred restaurant



Contact:  01675 446 080

Hampton Manor - Top 25 Midlands Wedding Venues

Hothorpe Hall – Leicestershire

As you enter over the cattle grid and through the field of grazing sheep there’s no missing the wonderful sight of historic Hothorpe Hall – A true country house wedding venue. Inside the grand manor house entrance, you’ll find a fantastic mix of traditional features and luxurious comfort with a wealth of space in which to marry, celebrate, dine and party. There is also an outdoor ceremony space currently being developed at the Hall.

What we Love: Within the Hothorpe Estate too, you’ll find the hidden Gem which is “The Woodlands” – an enchanted Woodland village offering Rusic Luxe and whimsical vibe. Here you can be married at a licensed outdoor ceremony space and you could have those all-important rustic elements like; dappled sun through the trees, birds singing and the river running alongside you as you exchange vows.



Contact:  01858 881509

Hothorpe Hall, Top 25 Midlands Wedding venues

Barton Hall – Northamptonshire

Barton Hall is a grade II listed Hotel which can cater for up to 180 guests.

What we Love:  The Grade I listed Orangery ceremony space which provides an elegant, airy and light backdrop. Picturesque grounds. Warm & friendly service.



Contact: 01536 515505

Barton Hall Top 25 Midlands wedding venues

Warwick House – Warwickshire

Warwick House offers an idyllic exclusive use setting with the room to accommodate up to 120 guests. Originally built as a Hospital in (1787–1859), Warwick House has a long and interesting history – take a look at their website which has a short timeline charting the use of Warwick House over the years – really varied and interesting stuff!

What we Love:  Beautiful arched windows. Pretty landscaped terrace and gardens. Outdoor ceremony space. Characterful rooms for Bride and Groom preparations

Beautiful arched windows. Pretty landscaped terrace and gardens. Outdoor ceremony space set amongst the gardens. Characterful rooms for Bride and Groom preparations.



Contact: 01926 815738

Warwick House top 25 midlands wedding venues


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