Nestled in the heart of rural Staffordshire, Alrewas Hayes is the perfect setting for a wonderful country house wedding celebration. The grade II listed, Queen Anne residence combines stunning period features and furnishings with contemporary style and décor effortlessly.
For your wedding day, you will benefit from full, exclusive use of the fantastic venue. From getting ready with your bridesmaids to your vows and until your last dance of the evening, you will enjoy the perfect, private celebration with your guests.
Alrewas Hayes offers endless opportunities to capture those important moments on camera. Whether you choose to make the most of the stunning interiors or capture a few photos by the picturesque lake, there are plenty of gorgeous backdrops available for your cherished photographs.
Alrewas Hayes is licensed to hold civil ceremonies, and the Gallery can accommodate up to 120 of your nearest and dearest for the service. The Gallery is a stunning space which has the added benefit of opening up onto the beautiful Courtyard Garden, an idyllic spot for sparkling champagne and canapés. For a more intimate ceremony, the Hall can comfortably seat up to 45 guests.
The venue also offers a fantastic space for your wedding reception. The Lakeside Marquee offers everything you could need for a memorable celebration with up to 220 guests. The space boasts state-of-the-art LED lighting, a large dance floor and a space for guests to relax and socialise. For larger parties, The Grand Pavilion has the capacity for a huge 650 guests. The flexible space is a blank canvas for your wedding’s chosen theme and style.
At the end of the day, your guests can enjoy the five-star boutique style en suite accommodation, while the happy couple’s night in the lake-view Honeymoon Suite will be one of complete luxury. We can accommodate up to 20 of your guests in 10 double occupany luxurious en suite bedrooms with complimentary The White Company toiletries, sumptious duvets and pillows, Egyptian cotton bedlinen, Nespresso coffee and tea making facilites and a full English breakfast served the following morning.