Aston Hall is a 17th century red-brick mansion steeped in rich history. The mansion was originally built between 1618 and 1635 for Sir Thomas Holte, and soon after in 1643 Aston Hall was attacked by a Parliamentarian force from Coventry during the English Civil War.
In 1817, the mansion became home to James Watt Junior, a Scottish engineer, businessman and activist. The building is now open to the public and has been fully restored to its former Jacobean grandeur.
This space provides an excellent option for a marquee, perfect for celebrations during the warmer months. Also the largest space available for weddings, it's great for larger affairs.
Wedding breakfast capacity - 150 guests
Reception capacity - 150 guests
This room boasts intricate Jacobean design, with gorgeous oak walls, high ceilings and a grand chandelier. Offering plenty of natural light, this is a striking location for your wedding.
Wedding Breakfast capacity - 80 guests
Reception capacity - 80 guests
The Banqueting Suite
The Banqueting Suite offers a light and airy open space with a simple yet elegant design. The neutral tones of the room make it the perfect blank canvas for any wedding theme.
Wedding breakfast capacity - 70 guests
Reception capacity - 70 guests
Other licensed areas throughout the venue are also available for weddings.