Award Winning Barn Wedding Venues
The Ashes Barns Exclusive Use Wedding Venue in Staffordshire was Voted Best Wedding Venue (West Midlands) 2013, Best Wedding Venue (National Winner) 2014 and Best Countryside Wedding Venue (West Midlands) 2015 in the Wedding Industry Awards.
It is such a spectacular achievement for us as it’s only the Brides and Grooms who got married at The Ashes Barns that can vote for us.
We hope you’ll take a moment to find out what our couples said they liked most about The Ashes Barns; its rustic wedding barns, countryside setting, no corkage policy, helpful staff, bespoke wedding food options…Award Winning Wedding Venue
No Corkage Wedding Venues
Located in Staffordshire with easy access from neighbouring counties, Cheshire, Shropshire and Derbyshire, The Ashes Barns is one of the area’s most picturesque No Corkage Wedding Venues.
We give you the option to supply all your own daytime drinks and we do not apply any corkage fee or service fee.No Corkage Policy
Exclusive Use Wedding Barn Venue
The Ashes Barns is an exclusive use wedding venue, licensed for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships of up to 150 people.
Relax in the company of your invited guests and relish the opportunity to be the sole focus of our attention on your wedding day. Your dedicated Ashes Event Manager will be on hand throughout your wedding day to make sure detail is perfect for you and your guests enjoy every moment of your incredible day.Exclusive Use Wedding Venue
Barn Wedding Venue Accommodation
Whether you’re looking for the perfect romantic bolthole, a country cottage built for two, or a party house to pile close friends and family into, you’re sure to find something to suit your wedding night accommodation requirements within close proximity to The Ashes Barns.
When it comes to your guests, there an abundance of local accommodation available, everything from clean, comfortable, cost effective B&B’s, to small boutique hotels offering free transport to and from The Ashes Barns and even a brand new Premier Inn.Accommodation
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