Surrounded by 20 acres of 18th century gardens and 400 acres of striking grassland, The Hanbury Hall, built in 1701, is an attractive William and Marry house which had been home to the Vernon family for more than 300 years. The place has been keenly refurbished by the National Trust and, now, serves as an inspiring wedding venue. The insides of the hall are as breathtaking as the outside parkland that engulfs the main building; an exceptional staircase, Dutch flower and porcelain paintings and amazing mix of artistic interior make it an outstanding spot for Worcestershire wedding photography.
Situated in the heart of Worcestershire, the Holt Castle is listed as grade 1 castle. Previously the place was a family house but two years back, the owners turned it into a wedding venue. The main hall can accommodate around 80 guests and if a larger reception is required, it can be arranged in the marquee outside the main building. The place also facilitates wedding ceremonies. Its extended gardens and beautiful interior can serve as a fairytale location for romantic weddings. Droitwich wedding photographers can make use of this splendid location to snap some of the most inspiring photographs.
Built in the style of a luxury French château, the Chateau Impney is a 19th century stylish house in the heart of England. This is an extravagant luxury hotel with impressive entrance, hallway and bar adding to the splendour of the place. The place can accommodate up to 1250 guests. With its manicured picturesque gardens and beautifully landscaped outside land, this luxury hotel is a dream place for every couple. While it is an ideal location for any Worcestershire wedding photographer, it can also be a perfect spot for photojournalistic Wedding photography.
This is a unique, rather an unconventional venue option. It is not a location but a double Decker bus equipped with a marquee, furniture, stage and dance floor. For couples who look for a unique and modern venue idea, Deckerdence is the answer.