Let our house… become your house, all day and night, from 1pm to midnight.
Virtual Tour below!
Start in our Orangery restaurant, navigate through the bar, to The Fig room or out into the Lavender Barn - feel free to have a look around!
The Orangery Wedding Venue
Our large Victorian Orangery is the perfect wedding venue in Redditch.
The Orangery is the perfect setting to host your civil ceremony in Redditch. The large open 180 degree views overlooking our historic gardens and terrace makes for a truly memorable venue to celebrate your big day. Catering for up to 80 guests for a civil ceremony or wedding breakfast, you can dine while taking in the stunning views of our gardens.
We are fully licensed for Civil Ceremonies both in our House and in our private secluded gardens. We are the only venue in Redditch to have a licence to tie the knot in our gardens.
Our settings can cater for small intimate weddings or larger parties. Each setting has its unique charm and character; perfect for photographs and videography on your special day.
Dining & Drinking
Our chefs create exciting modern dishes made using the finest seasonal and local ingredients. Tell us your hopes and dreams for your wedding breakfast and we’ll try our best to accommodate any requests!
Enjoy professional advice and personal recommendations from our highly experienced wedding planners. We’ll be with you every step of the way to support you and your guests on your special day.
The Lavender Barn
The Lavender Barn is surrounded by lush flowering lavender and is the old stables of the house with the original oak beam running through the room, vaulted ceilings and full length windows that offer views looking out onto our central courtyard provides the perfect setting for smaller weddings or private parties (up to 35 guests)
Our gardens are the only venue in Redditch with a licence for a civil ceremony. Tie the knot surrounded by your friends and family in our stunning grounds basking in the sunshine*
*Note that civil ceremonies are dependent on weather. We aim to make a decision on the morning of the civil ceremony.