Set in 2,600 acres of beautiful countryside, The Granary at Fawsley offers a flexible approach to your wedding day. With exclusive venue hire, our licence to perform civil ceremonies, the choice of our intimate Fawsley suite or the magnificent listed wedding barn, The Granary Wedding Hotel provides the most stunning backdrop to your Perfect Day.
For weddings of up to 200 guests, the Granary’s Barn provides the perfect backdrop to any style of wedding. With lots of windows looking out over the fields and a 15th Century spring (perfect photo spot!), the Barn is light and spacious.
Originally an agricultural barn, it was fully renovated as a wedding venue in 2015 and features beautiful fabric linings with thousands of fairy lights and a black and white dance floor. The oak bar was hand-made by us and stocks a full range of beers, wines and spirits. The integral black and white dance floor looks stunning and is sure to get your guests on their feet.
With its oak beams, gorgeous leaded windows and views across the valley, The Fawsley Suite provides the perfect setting for smaller, more intimate weddings. Licensed for civil ceremonies and seating up to 80, The Fawsley Suite is the perfect backdrop for your ceremony. It can also be transformed to accommodate your wedding breakfast for up to 45 guests.
Located in the original Grade II listed Granary building, The Fawsley Suite is located on the first floor, allowing spectacular views whatever the weather. Just off the Fawsley Suite is a relaxed seating area in what was the original pigeon loft, retaining its original brick and oak-beamed charm it’s the perfect area for wedding reception drinks. Downstairs is another seating area and the bar which offers a good selection of wines, beers and spirits.
Our pretty courtyard lawn is the perfect location for a ceremony in the warmer months. The wooden gazebo is licensed for ceremonies and provides the perfect backdrop to your vows. Post ceremony, we serve drinks from our horsebox bar whilst your guests mingle and the photographer captures it all.