Barley Town House is one of the oldest townhouses in the country, which was built around 1530 and became the first village hall in the country to be licensed for civil marriages in 1996. The venue has undergone various refurbishments over the years to provide a wonderful setting for intimate weddings and events. The 16th-century building is located in the quaint little village of Barley and is the perfect backdrop for memorable photo opportunities with a nostalgic, timeless feel.
Exchange vows within the Under-croft, which accommodates 70 seated guests and 60 for the wedding breakfast. Or the Upper Floor, is
a great option for a wedding breakfasts with 100 people and evening receptions with 120. Tables and chairs are available for use free of charge and there’s a sound system enabling music or speeches to be heard by guests on either floor or both simultaneously.
The venue provides many romantic settings and lovebirds get complete freedom and creative control to make the space their own. For those looking for wedding suppliers, the team is proud to have a tried and tested list of recommended companies including an in-house coordinator offered with an additional cost.
Discover more: www.barley-village.co.uk/town-house
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