Hampton Manor

from £9,500 (includes accommodation, food and drink)
Hampton Manor is an estate for food and design lovers. 45 acres of gardens, a Michelin-starred restaurant, a walled kitchen garden and bakery make up this lifestyle hotel. The country manor house has been re-imagined with contemporary style.
from £9,500 to £35,000 (includes accommodation, food and drink)

Prices are inclusive of the following:

  • Venue hire.
  • Accommodation in 15 bedrooms.
  • Drinks and canapés for the drinks reception, half bottle of wine, three-course wedding breakfast, drinks toast, bottled water, tea and coffee, and casual street-style food for evening food.
For a personal quote please contact the venue and mention Coco
Need To Know
  • Ceremony Capacity : 132
  • Dinner Capacity : 132
  • Standing Capacity : 150
  • Licensed For Marriage : Yes
  • Catering : In-house
  • Bar : In-house
  • Accommodation : 15 bedrooms
  • Child Friendly : Yes
  • Pets Welcome : No
  • Licensed Until : Midnight
  • Exclusivity : Yes
  • Disabled Facilities : Yes
Contact venue for late availability and exclusive offers
Contact Details
Hampton Manor
Shadowbrook Lane
B92 0EN

The Setting

In the heart of England your table is laid, ready for you to gather together the people who matter most.

45 acres of woodland, a daffodil dell, Victorian clocktower and walled kitchen garden envelope this handsome country house. Just down the garden path lies the sleepy village of Hampton-in-Arden; a 15 minute train journey into Birmingham, and just over one hour from London.

The Vibe

Hampton Manor is a boutique lifestyle hotel with 45 acres, beloved by the foodie and design press. Hampton Manor opens its doors to wedding couples on just a select number of weekends per year.

A discerning choice for the modern couple, it’s a rarity to find a Michelin-starred venue. If you enjoy wine, they also have won the Best Wine List in the UK with the AA.

The house may be grand, but the vibe is fresh and design-led. Homage is given to the Manor’s Arts and Crafts history whilst bringing a relaxed sense of home; Minton tiles, stained glass, hand-carved oak bannisters and William Morris prints are paired with contemporary design, sink-into-sofas and bespoke furniture by contemporary British craftsmen. There’s not a traditional red carpet in sight.

For your wedding breakfast, The Courtyard’s historic stone walls bring character to your blank canvas with a glass atrium roof so you can enjoy the outdoors, whatever the weather.

With a kitchen walled garden, micro-bakery and MasterChef Professional Champion Stuart Deeley cooking in their second restaurant, this isn’t a mere venue but a place that you’ll want to keep returning to. Relive your wedding memories and adopt this foodie estate for life.

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