Located in Worcestershire, England, Robins End is a country house venue that hosts weddings and special events. Set amidst peaceful rolling hills and 10 acres of gorgeous countryside, this Georgian manor home offers a stunning backdrop for nuptial celebrations. Engaged couples and their guests can enjoy exclusive use of this remarkable venue, providing a private setting for their occasion.
Facilities and Capacity
Robins End offers both indoor and outdoor event spaces for ceremonies and receptions. Traditional couples can avail of the classic function area, which can accommodate up to 120 guests. Those hosting a more intimate occasion might choose the formal dining room, which seats 20. The grand drawing room offers a stately open fire and is a beautiful ceremony location with space for up to 40 of your loved ones. Couples who prefer an alfresco event can choose to mark their day with a marquee celebration on the landscaped gardens. Lit up with gorgeous fairy lights, this is a breathtaking option for a summer occasion. Newlyweds and their guests can enjoy the spectacular surrounding grounds throughout their stay, going for a walk through the rockery or savouring a quiet moment on the outdoor terrace. Keeping guests of all ages entertained, the property boasts a heated swimming pool, along with a games room and bar.
The experienced and dedicated staff at Robins End will work with couples to create their dream wedding, offering guidance and support and recommending local vendors. Their catering partners, Paisley Flour, can provide a range of delicious dishes and cuisine options at your event, from hors d'oeuvres to buffets. They can also provide service staff to take off the setup and cleanup of your banquet.
This stunning venue boasts 10 bedrooms, providing plenty of space for the newlyweds and their wedding party. Each room boasts its own one-of-a-kind charm while the spectacular kitchen is furnished with a genuine Aga stove. Sleeping up to 19 guests, visitors can enjoy additional luxuries such as the fitness centre and outdoor terrace.
Robins End was originally built in 1735 by the Reverend William Whitcombe as a clergy house. Additional wings were added in the 19th century. While the house has been renovated to introduce modern elements, it retains much of its original splendour and details. This Grade II-listed property now acts as a family home, as well as a nuptial venue.