West Midlands Wedding Venue
The Haybarn – Farm / Barn Venue
Exclusive Use, Bridal Dressing Room, Outdoor Ceremony Option, Marquee Option, Onsite Couple Accommodation Available, Onsite Guest Accommodation Available, Private Caterers Allowed
Maximum guests for ceremony: 100
Maximum guests for evening: 150
NB: Use the details above only as a guide. Please double check with the venue as details can, and often do change.
Address: The Haybarn, Wall under Heywood, Church Stretton SY6 7DS
Beautiful exclusive use barn wedding venue set in the rolling hills of Shropshire, near Church Stretton, with options to customise your wedding to your personal preferences.
The outside space extends over 10 acres of woodland, manicured fields, where you can put up a tipi or marquee creating ample room to design and set up your festival wedding to suit your style.
Guests can enjoy the magnificent scenery and of the 300-year-old tree in front of the barn.
The Barn is a lovely rustic timber barn with gorgeous views from the panoramic doors. The peaceful brook running alongside the barn adds a peaceful sound or inside in the stunning haybarn you can enjoy soft looking white drapes and cosy old wood beams as a lovely backdrop for your walk up the aisle.
The barn is a DIY wedding venue allowing you to put your own personal stamp on the special occasion.
As of 2021 this is not licensed for a legal wedding ceremony, so celebrant and humanist wedding ceremonies can be conducted with the legal ceremony taking place at a church or registry office.
For a festival wedding, the cottage and glamping accommodation are included.
If the Festival theme isn’t your choice the Barn can be hired for a Saturday or weekday wedding.
Giant yurts or stretch tents can provide extra chill out space for guests to enjoy all kinds of games, mini golf, bouncy castles etc.
Guest capacity for a Festival wedding can be up to 120 guests. In the barn its a maximum of 100 for evening reception.
Midnight is the maximum time for music and the bar will finish serving at 11pm.
The possibilities of food are endless including a hog roast, Greek Mezes, fish and chips, Paellas, BBQ or a three course sit down meal.
Open fires are allowed and there is an Indian ceremonial fire pit near the Barn, and another pit by the Brook.
Biodegradable confetti is permitted, but fireworks are not allowed as there is a farm nearby posing a risk.
Alternatively an LED light display in the trees by the Brook is a great way to enjoy a romantic evening setting.
There is accommodation for up to 20 guests in the Home Barn retreat and the magnificent Farmhouse, plus unusual accommodation in the woodland yurt, Shepherds hut and the cosy cabin.
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