The Old Vicarage Hotel offers the perfect setting for getting married in Shropshire. With a stunning backdrop for your wedding day photographs. Our hotel is licensed for Civil Wedding ceremonies and comfortably seats up to 80 guests for a wedding breakfast.
The renowned Orangery Restaurant offers superb views over the rolling Shropshire countryside, provides an unforgettable venue for a civil ceremony and your wedding breakfast. Your guests will love our delicious food prepared by skilled chefs who are committed to using the finest, seasonal ingredients to prepare your wedding breakfast.
We host only one wedding at a time, meaning that you and your guests have our undivided attention throughout your wedding day. There is the option for the wedding party to hire the entire hotel for the whole weekend. This exclusive use means that guests can turn the celebration into a short break. If you require more than 14 bedrooms we can make arrangements with nearby hotels on your behalf.The Old Vicarage is a family owned hotel. This gives us the ability to be very flexible in our approach and gives the bride and groom the reassurance of dealing with people who care about the success of the wedding day just as much as they do - whether planning for a meal that will last for just a few hours or an event that will fill an entire weekend.
Whether you are considering a mid-week wedding, a vintage tea party or a hog roast for the evening; our wedding planning service is on-hand. We hope you will be inspired when planning your big day.
To make an appointment to view the hotel and restaurant or for more information on our wedding packages call 01746 716 497 or email email@example.com
Wishing you all the luck in planning your perfect day.
“From the moment we made an appointment to view The Country Hotel, to the morning we were waved off on our honeymoon, the staff were friendly and attentive. Our Wedding Co-ordinator Sara took care of every detail and sorted out a last minute problem with our wedding cake calmly and professionally. Thank you so much.”
James and Susan, Cheltenham