Plough & Harrow Hotel

Hagley Rd
Birmingham
West midlands
B16 8LS

Additional Information

Wedding Receptions at the Plough & Harrow Hotel in Edgbaston, Birmingham are as important to us as they are to the Bride & Groom. We want you to enjoy the occasion and every special moment, so that you can treasure the memories for years to come.
This historic Victorian hotel set in its own gounds provides an idyllic & peaceful setting for your wedding reception. The traditional warm hospitality, superb food from locally sourced produce and the “Country House in the city” setting combine to make the Plough & Harrow Hotel an extremely popular wedding venue in Birmingham & the west Midlands.
The elegant Terrace Room, with a balcony and patio overlooking the garden, can comfortably hold up to 100 guests for a wedding breakfast and up to 150 for the evening reception.
The first floor Calthorpe Suite is a modern function room with large windows overlooking the garden and can hold up to 80 guests for the wedding breakfast and 120 for an evening reception.
There is a varied choice of menus and packages available for weddings and our Events manager will be delighted to arrange a time to meet with you and discuss your individual requirements in detail, confirm the availability of dates and provide you with a full breakdown of the costs & the deposit required to confirm your booking.
The Hotel is licensed to hold Civil Ceremonies so you could even get married and have the reception in one place.
Excellent food & drink, caring and attentive staff, a charming atmosphere and a fabulous setting will make your reception the occasion of a lifetime.

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