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Discover Romance in Rustic Splendour: Redhouse Barn - A Worcestershire Wedding Haven

Image of the Red House Barn on a sunny day, from the outside

A brief history of Redhouse Barn-The wedding venue

The history of Redhouse Barn is rich and steeped in the legacy of the land:

  • Originally part of a large estate, the area was owned by the Savage family of Warwickshire during the 13th Century and was known as Astwood, forming part of the Forest of Feckenham in the Middle Ages.

  • The hamlet was characterized by dense woodlands, evident in nearby villages like Elmbridge, Woodgate, and Rashwood.

  • The earliest documented mention of Redhouse Farm and its 201 acres dates back to 1779 when Ann Purshall owned it. Archaeological findings suggest an even earlier origin, possibly preceding the documented date.

  • In 1818, Sir Anthony Lechmere acquired the property, eventually selling it with 70 acres to John Corbett in 1865. The Nash family occupied the farm during this period, paying a rent of £90 for both the farm and the land.

  • The Pinches family, engaged in blacksmithing and pansmithing, occupied the farm in 1881. During the 2008 development, remnants of the blackened fired walls were discovered, now part of the Lounge Bar reception area.

  • Occupants in later years included Rev. Dan Wrigley, William Solven (a Coal Merchant) and his family, and eventually, William Reeves of Stoke Works, a Rate Collector, who acquired the farm for £164.

  • In 1955, Francis 'Jack' Clements, associated with the local shop fitting firm Clements & Street, bought the farm. Jack modernized the farmhouse and introduced steel-framed/blockwork piggeries.

  • Peter & Muriel Winter purchased the farm in February 1970 from Jack Clements for £14,500. The Winter family has been custodians of Redhouse Barn ever since.

What makes Redhouse Barn appealing for weddings & wedding photography?

  1. Scenic Location: Located in Worcestershire's picturesque countryside, Redhouse Barn offers a tranquil and idyllic setting, creating a romantic atmosphere for weddings. It provides endless possibilities for creative wedding photography

  2. Historic Charm: The venue's history adds a touch of character and charm, providing a distinctive backdrop that appeals to couples seeking a wedding venue with a sense of heritage.

  3. Intimate Atmosphere: The combination of exclusive use, beautiful grounds, and versatile spaces creates an intimate atmosphere, perfect for celebrating love with close friends and family. Our bride had a boho feel and it worked a charm here.

  4. Attention to Detail: Redhouse Barn is known for its meticulous attention to detail, ensuring that every aspect of the wedding day is carefully thought out and executed to perfection. For wedding photography, this was really helpful to organise group photography and keep things on time.

Wedding meal at the Redhouse barn hotel, Bromsgrove

Create Your Dream Celebration at Redhouse Barn wedding venue: A Unique Venue for Rustic, Boho, and tranquil Wedding photography

Great features at the Redhouse Barn wedding venue

  1. Rustic Elegance: Redhouse Barn boasts a perfect blend of rustic charm and contemporary elegance, providing a picturesque setting for weddings.

  2. Breath-taking Grounds: The venue is surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens and picturesque countryside, offering stunning backdrops for wedding photography.

  3. Versatile Spaces: With both the Threshing Barn and the Granary available for events, couples have the flexibility to choose the perfect space that suits their vision for the big day.

  4. Exclusive Use: Redhouse Barn often offers exclusive use of the venue, providing an intimate and private atmosphere for couples and their guests.

  5. Personalized Service: The venue is known for its attentive and personalized service, ensuring that each couple's unique preferences and needs are taken care of.

  6. Delicious Catering: The Award-Winning Caterers Morgans is renowned for its delicious and diverse menu options, catering to various tastes and dietary preferences.

  7. Unique wedding photography opportunities: The venue's architecture, gardens, and surrounding countryside provide a plethora of unique and enchanting wedding photography opportunities for capturing your special moments in a special environment.

Andy & Jade's Wedding photography, Redhouse Barn wedding Venue, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire

Useful information: Weddings at the Redhouse Barn wedding venue, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire

  • Redhouse Barn Facilities

  • Exclusive-use from 7am till Midnight

  • Indoor & Outdoor weddings up to 165 guests

  • Evening parties up to 200 guests

  • Fully stocked 'local pub price' Bar

  • Landscaped gardens extending to 5 acres

  • Luxury Honeymoon Suite

  • Dogs permitted with their 24/7 sitters.

  • Morgan's Award Winning Catering

  • Kitchens onsite to freshly prepare all menus

  • No food or drink 'packages' - all menus tailored

  • Food menu design consultations with Chef

  • Corkage options

  • Wine, Cheese & Food tasting experiences

  • 'Midweek Special' weddings Tues/Weds


Redhouse Barn Address & Contact details:


Address is:

  • Redhouse Farm Barn, Shaw Ln, Stoke Prior, Bromsgrove B60 4BG

Directions: Map



Wedding Photography at the Redhouse Barn, Worcestershire


  • We love executing beautiful wedding photography at the Redhouse Barn wedding venue, there are so many wedding photography opportunities in this venue. There is a small lake, out buildings, gardens, variety galore.

  • The wedding team there are second to none, well organised and really helpful

  • The food is special, some of the best we have had at any venue

  • Take a look at Redhouse Barn, you will be pleasantly surprised.


  • A wedding photographer who brings his own lighting gear, especially if the weather is bad, is essential! The Covered yard can be quite dark especially during the autumn & winter periods. depending on natural lighting might not be enough.

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