The Valley Hotel, originally called Severn House, dates back to 1757 when it was built as a private dwelling. The Iron Bridge was then built in 1779.
The house was bought by the prolific inventor and electrical engineer Thomas Parker or "the Edison of Europe" in 1907.
In 1939 Severn House was converted into a hotel by Wrekin Brewery. Having remained a hotel since this point, Severn House is full of vibrancy, history and wonderful views - it is no wonder the property has become a firm favourite for couples to say their vows.
Take your pick on facilities for your vows, breakfast and evening reception at this Shropshire wedding venue.
Victorian style wedding gazebo
Sitting proudly on the terrace, the outdoor wedding gazebo is surrounded by the most breath-taking scenery of the Ironbridge Gorge and the River Severn. The structure itself is beautifully detailed with wrought iron curves and columns, perfect for decorating with flowers and fairy lights.
Civil ceremony capacity - 120 guests
The Chez Maw Restaurant
This is an intimate yet spacious area, complete with authentic wooden floors and wooden panelling. Adjoining to the bar area and connecting to the terrace, this beautiful room has stunning views across the manicured lawns, to the iconic Ironbridge Gorge.
Civil ceremony capacity - 50 guests
Wedding breakfast capacity - 50 guests
The Severn Suite is linked to the main house by a glass covered walk way, perfect for your grand entrance as the newly married Mr and Mrs! The room itself is welcoming and grand with its warm creamy tones which suit all sorts of different colour schemes.
Wedding breakfast capacity - 120 guests
Reception capacity - 150 guests