The Grafton Manor Hotel was built in the 14th century and is steeped in history. Here a daughter of John Talbot married Robert Wintour, who is notorious as one of those involved in the Gunpowder Plot. In 1945, it passed on to John, who became the Lord of Grafton and his wife, June. It was converted into a hotel in 1980. The perfect venue for a romantic wedding photography, this magnificent place is set in 30 acres of enchanting gardens. Together with the lake and sweeping lawns, this place affords any number of locations which Bromsgrove Wedding Photographers can take advantage of. This glorious wedding venue would be ideal for Reportage Wedding Photography.
Manor Hill House is contemporary style four star bed and Breakfast which resides in a quintessentially English county. It can be hired privately on an ‘exclusively to you basis’. Wedding celebrations can be held anywhere in the four reception rooms or even n the gardens and the extensive grounds. Marquees erected on the lawn are picture perfect and a Bromsgrove Wedding Photographer will be able to capture the event in an exotic manner. The Drawing Room can seat up to 100 guests for a civil ceremony and the Summer Room adjoining it can have 60 guests. The quaint rural churches nearby can host wedding services.
In the middle of 70 acres of exquisite parkland, with a serene lake and a view of the Malvern Hills, the Brockencote Hall Hotel is a wonderful luxury hotel. The original Victorian Manor is now converted into a fine award winning luxury hotel. It is a perfect venue for a large wedding with a conservatory and a large open restaurant. Worcestershire Wedding Photography at its best is possible here with the backdrop of the imposing Manor House or romantic pictures by the lake.
The grandeur of a barn wedding is unique. The Redhouse Barn is framed in magnificent oak. There is second barn built in the 18th century. A contemporary lounge bar made of timber links these two barns. It is comfortable both in winter and summer because of the under floor heating for winter and the air-conditioning for summer. The wood burning stove provides a cosy setting for Reportage wedding Photography at its best.
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