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Pendrell Hall Exclusive Use Country House Wedding Venue

Wolverhampton, West Midlands Venue type: Country House, Hall, Historic Building
Pendrell Hall Exclusive Use Country House Wedding Venue
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Pendrell Hall Exclusive Country House Wedding Venue combines stunning contemporary design & lighting, an unbeatable country location in South Staffordshire close to Birmingham and on the border of Shropshire, Worcestershire & Warwickshire in the West Midlands, outstanding views, warm personal service and intimate atmosphere with the oak panelling & roaring fires.

Exclusively yours for the day, Pendrell Hall offers both beauty and functionality. Designed specifically to cater for the needs of your wedding party, this family-run venue aims to delight and inspire. We want your wedding day to be everything you hoped for, and more.
Our award winning caterers offer great choice and flexibility and our no corkage charge policy if you provide your own drinks, combined with our transparent pricing, gives you the confidence to plan your wedding without worrying about any hidden costs.

From 10am on your wedding day, you and your guests have exclusive use of the whole venue. We don’t have any facilities which are open to the general public, such as a restaurant so we can guarantee that the only people wandering around The Grounds are those you have invited!

Pendrell Hall also has a complimentary Bridal preparation suite, and two cottages within the grounds are also available for full weekend hire for those wanting to make a weekend of it (please note the cottages do not affect the exclusivity of the hall as they are short walk away on the edge of the estate - these are only available on a first come/ first serve basis).

From 2014, 23 gorgeous ensuite bedrooms will also be available to you exclusively on the night of your wedding.

Also near to Telford, Wolverhampton, Cannock, Bridgnorth and Stafford.

Additional details:

Exclusive Use Venue, no corkage or service charges.

Type of Cuisine:

No fixed packages or menus, everything can be tailored to your exact requirements including banquets, hog roasts, barbecues or just afternoon tea if required. As a guide three course wedding breakfasts start from £33 per person

Practicalities

Practicalities

Minimum guestsNo
Maximum guests170
Ceremony / ReceptionBoth
AccommodationYes
Bridal suiteYes
ParkingNo
Licensed barYes
Late licensed barYes
Disco facilitiesNo
FloristYes
Asian wedding specialistsYes
External caterersYes
Directions

Directions

If using a Sat Nav, our postcode WV8 1QP will take you directly to Pendrell Hall.

From the North:
Leave the M6 at junction 12, and join the A5 towards Telford (M54). Continue along the A5 for approx 6 miles, then take the left turning signposted Bishops Wood/Codsall (a petrol station is on your right). Continue for about 4 miles, and the driveway for Pendrell Hall is on your left (opposite Ledene Golf Course).

From the South:
Leave the M6 at Junction 10A, and take the M54. Leave the M54 at Junction 2, the A449 towards Wolverhampton. Continue for 0.7 miles. At the roundabout take the 3rd junction, signposted Codsall. Continue for 2.6 miles then turn right, signposted Codsall Wood. Continue for 2 miles, and the driveway for Pendrell Hall is on your right (opposite Ledene Golf Course).

Location
View of Pendrell Hall from The Gardens

Pendrell Hall Exclusive Use Country House Wedding Venue

Codsall Wood Road, Codsall Wood
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
WV8 1QP
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Pendrell Hall Exclusive Use Country House Wedding Venue

Codsall Wood Road, Codsall Wood
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
WV8 1QP

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