Rustic Barn For Weddings
The West Barn
Licensed for civil weddings for up to 150 people. This incredible stone barn is such a romantic setting for your ceremony.
Its many beautifully set mullioned windows flood the barn with natural light, while the high ceiling and exposed beams draw your eye up to The Juliet Balcony which offers the perfect place for live musicians to play during the ceremony.
We’ll set out the right number of chairs to suit your wedding guest numbers. In addition to the ground floor seating your guests can get a fantastic view of the ceremony from the Viewing Gallery at the rear of the barn.
Traditional Aisle Setup
Your guests walk across the beautiful stone flagged floor to take their seats, which can be arranged in a number of configurations, the traditional arrangement allows for a fantastically long aisle for the bride to gracefully sway down, while the arc layout is perfect for smaller more intimate wedding parties.
There are six original ground floor windows with rustic stone windowsills, perfect for adding some personal touches which can then be transferred into the Wedding Breakfast barn towards the end of your drinks reception.
We've also added rustic iron hooks over the windows and along the barn, perfect for hanging decorative touches.
Intimate Arc Setup
The Ashes Barns is perfect for smaller, more intimate weddings. We do not have a minimum number.
If you're planning a smaller wedding you might like our 'Arc' setup. Rather than having the traditional straight aisle to walk down; we place the registrar's table against the stone wall and arc the guest chairs around it.
This setup is so lovely for smaller numbers.
The Coach House
The sweeping arch of The Coach House offers an idyllic setting for an outdoor style wedding. You have the option to make your vows under the elegant old stone archway, whilst guests and loved ones bear witness from the formal lawn.
Holding the actual ceremony under The Coach House is weather dependent and couples normally opt for the fantastic ceremony barn instead, followed by photographs under in the grounds.