High Grosvenor House is a rural dream, a place that simply oozes style and romance.

It’s the perfect place to gather together family and friends to celebrate your wedding, birthday or anniversary. Or just enjoy a big gathering to celebrate Christmas.

And with exclusive use, you and your loved ones can have this stunning house and grounds, dating back to the early 16th century, entirely to yourselves.

Newly renovated, the house is filled with a wealth of original timbered rooms and features that capture the essence of Tudor England.

The house and gardens provide the perfect backdrop for any special occasion. High Grosvenor House is located a couple of miles from picturesque Worfield, near Bridgnorth, and offers stunning views across rolling countryside.

There are five luxury en-suite bedrooms, a large farmhouse dining kitchen and entertaining space. Two adjoining cottages provide further accommodation and there is a superb venue with bar and glass house, offering an amazing view.

The recently installed Garden Room has a tilted, slatted roof and large bifold doors, again taking advantage of the stunning views.

All food and drink are tailored to each client’s needs by the in-house Executive Chef Mark Gittens, with a range of menus to suit all tastes. Drinks packages are available using High Grosvenor House’s sister company Hard to Find Wines.

High Grosvenor House caters for parties ranging from 12 to 100. The house is generally available for two nights for large functions with exclusive use. Alternatively, the venue can be hired for private parties.

With Christmas fast approaching, it promises to be a busy couple of months at High Grosvenor House. An Open Venue Day is on November 7, followed by a Christmas Fayre on November 27. There will be Christmas lunches and festive wreath-making events with refreshments.

Visit highgrosvenor.co.uk for more information.

Elizabeth and Craig celebrated their wedding day in September at High Grosvenor

 

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