West Midlands, , england
The Moat House, parts of which date back to the Middle Ages, is a stunning country house set in 21 acres of formal gardens, orchards and rolling fields. Nestled against the North Cotswolds Hills, bordering Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire and a stones throw from Stratford upon Avon, The Moat House will be available for a limited number of weddings and events.
Heaped in history, The Moat House was originally believed to have been used by Roger, Bishop of Worcester (1163-1179) as a hunting lodge and remained in his family for several generations. The House was extended in the sixteenth century and over time became the centre of village life, as a working farm and more recently as a private residence.
There are several unique features including an imposing fireplace in the hallway, an award winning 20th Century "glass room" which cantilevers over part of the moat and an ancient apple press located outside the main entrance to the house.
At the Moat House they cater for every type of wedding; from intimate family gatherings to much more formal occasions.