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Sunday 29th September 2019 – Open Day
29th September 2019 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pmFOC
Have you recently got engaged and are now looking for a venue to wow your guests on your wedding day? Do you want your day to be the wedding that everyone remembers for all the right reasons?
If your answers are yes, then make sure you come along and see our wonderful countryside venue which has a little something for everyone; a beautiful rustic barn with exposed oak beams, a more traditional setting under the marquee pleats, glamour under the stars or a spectacular countryside view from the Oak pagoda.
Your bridal party can enjoy our BRAND NEW bridal pamper room from 9am on your wedding morning and wait until you see this breathtaking room which also overlooks the beautiful country views.
But the showstopper is the spectacular Steeles Barn! This barn can fit to size so whether you have 30 guests or 350 this barn fits your guests in perfectly! Dressing in marquee linings, twinkling lights and colour up-lighters to create the perfect finish for your wedding breakfast. We provide microphones to make sure when the groomsmen reveal your most embarrassing moments, everyone will hear!
From your dining table, you can look out onto the countryside views over Staffordshire, Cheshire and Derbyshire or sit out on the North Lawn under the heated Oak Pagoda to watch the sunset.
Once you’ve danced the night away under the stars you’ll be needing one of our 15 luxurious accommodation rooms to rest your head including a beautiful Honeymoon Suite where you can wake up overlooking the beautiful views.
Our award-winning team and Event Coordinators will guide you through your day from the moment you first enquire with us right through to breakfast the day after your wedding The Old Stableyard Restaurant.
During your tour you will also be given the change to sample some tasty treats from the head chef of ‘Stable Yard Catering’ – (Yum!)
Due to the busy season and popularity, you may be joined with other couples during the open day. Tours take place on the hour and half past.