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Searching for your wedding venue is one of the most exciting and important parts of wedding planning. Your choice will shape your whole day, from the number of guests you’ll be celebrating with to the vibe and style of your wedding. Our wedding venue finder is here to make the whole process easy and enjoyable and will ensure you find the perfect setting to say your “I dos”.

We have carefully curated the very best wedding venues in Lichfield and to help you find the perfect one for you, you can filter your search to include your individual must-haves, such as exclusive use, accommodation and capacity. Search for barns, intimate wedding venues, castles, country house wedding venues and much more!

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Swinfen Hall
Staffordshire
Swinfen Hall Hotel is a magnificent 18th-century manor house, set in 100 acres of rolling…
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The George Hotel
Staffordshire
Looking for a wedding venue in Lichfield, Staffordshire? At The George Hotel, you can relax…
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Hawkesyard Estate
Staffordshire
The 200 acre Hawkesyard Estate offers a historical, exciting and mysterious wedding venue for all…
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Hoar Cross Hall
Staffordshire
Discover a magnificent Grade II listed stately home, situated on the border of Derbyshire and…
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Park Gate Inn
Staffordshire
The Park Gate Inn is an historic building within a stunning countryside location offering amazing…
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Netherstowe House
Staffordshire
Originally built in 1180, Netherstowe House is a retreat like no other offering affordable luxury.
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The School House
Staffordshire
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Lichfield Cathedral
Staffordshire
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Guildhall Lichfield
Staffordshire
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Cathedral Lodge Hotel
Staffordshire
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Venue types in Lichfield

The city of Doctor Johnson, David Garrick and Erasmus Darwin, Lichfield is a gem of a city still. The medieval cathedral with its three spires – the Ladies of the Vale – and well-preserved Georgian centre mean the city has elements to rival Cambridge and Oxford, though rather fewer Japanese and American tourists than those rivals. All this and only about 25 miles from bustling Birmingham. The surrounding area has no lack of fine old mansions and similar structures either, again reflecting the 18th century days when this was called the city of philosophers.

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