Swinfen Hall Hotel | Staffordshire
Located just south of Lichfield, Swinfen Hall is a magnificent Grade II* listed Manor House set in 100 acres of rolling parkland, complete with ornamental gardens and a 45-acre deer park. The present Hall was built in 1757 and retains many period features, from the balustraded minstrel’s gallery to original stained glass windows, guaranteeing you a fabulous backdrop for your wedding album no matter the British weather. It is available for exclusive use, and is easily accessible from the M6 and M42 and by helicopters – which can be landed on its grounds.
CHOICE OF ROOMS
Civil weddings take place in one of three stunning oak-panelled rooms, all with their own individual character and charm. The smallest has a maximum seating of 30 guests making it perfect for intimate weddings, while the largest can accommodate 160 of your friends and family.
During summer months your champagne reception can be held on the terrace overlooking the gardens and ornamental ponds, with rolling views of the private deer park beyond. In winter, your reception will be complemented by the glittering chandeliers and crackling log fires of the elegant cocktail lounge.
More intimate celebrations can be held in the beautiful oak-panelled Benjamin Wyatt Room or the triple rosette-winning Four Seasons restaurant. You can also hire the Hall out exclusively.
The Edwardian ballroom was built for entertaining. It seats 110 guests and comes complete with a fully sprung dance floor, raised stage perfect for showing off your cake (or housing your DJ) and an adjoining bar.Swinfen offers an all-inclusive package, designed to enable you to entertain your guests in style: from a champagne reception with canapés, to your fabulous four course wedding breakfast with wine and water, to the champagne for your toasts, to your evening buffet. Not to mention venue hire, the Master of Ceremonies, antique cake stand and more.
“Every wedding couple is unique and this needs to be reflected in their wedding. Seeing how happy couples are on their big day and knowing that we have helped it happen is one of the things we love the most.” Sarah Wiser, Swinfen Hall Hotel
At the end of your day, retire to The Samuel Johnson Suite: a fabulous, sixty-five square metre room with a canopied king-sized bed and separate dressing room. It has been sympathetically decorated with silk wall hangings and contains an original triple-fold mirror hidden in the wall. Use of this room is given to the wedding couple on a complementary basis (subject to minimum numbers).The hotel has 17 further luxurious rooms, all combining classic Georgian architecture with modern comforts and technology.
Swinfen Hall is the only AA Inspector’s Choice red star hotel in Staffordshire, testament to the quality of service you can expect. In addition to winning Hotel of the Year in the 2016 Staffordshire Tourism Awards, it boats the only three-rosette restaurant in the county.
Swinfen Hall Hotel
t: 01543 481494
Book your wedding to take place at the award-winning Swinfen Hall on any remaining dates in 2017 and pay only £1,200 for venue hire.
Venue hire includes:
- Hire of the magnificent Foyer and Cocktail Lounge for your drinks reception
- Exclusive use of the Ballroom, Bar and Green room for your wedding breakfast and evening party
- Complimentary menu tasting
- Master of ceremonies
- Use of antique silver cake stand
- Table plan, place cards and menus
- Bridal suite the night of your wedding**
Your bespoke three-course wedding breakfast is priced at £45 per person, with drinks packages starting at £24.50. Available to new bookings only. For further information please call Swinfen’s weddings team on 01543 481494.
** subject to minimum numbers
Swinfen Hall can seat 160 for your civil ceremony and 110 for your wedding breakfast. Rooms licensed for your civil ceremony are
- The Benjamin Wyatt
- Four Seasons
- Edwardian Ballroom
Swinfen Hall Hotel has 18 rooms (including the honeymoon suite) available for you and your guests.
Staffordshire Registry Service,
Lichfield Registration Office,
The Old Library Building, Bird Street,
t: 0300 111 8001