The Barley Barn is our dining space, boasting rustic style, original features and a neutral colour scheme. When planning your barn wedding in Worcestershire, we hope you will fall in love with this charming setting. Light and airy with plenty of country charm, throw open the doors on to the Courtyard and let your idyllic surroundings in.
Following your wedding ceremony in the Granary Barn or Garden Gazebo, invite your guests to dine in the beautiful Barley Barn. This wonderful space features exposed oak beams, brick wall detail and large windows flooding the space with natural daylight. In summer months, you might choose to open the barn doors onto the Courtyard giving the feeling of dining al fresco. In winter, under floor heating and twinkling lights ensure the barn looks inviting and feels cosy.
One of the most versatile barn wedding venues in Worcestershire, the neutral décor of Barley Barn works as a blank canvas, enabling you to impart your chosen style and colour scheme.
The beauty of the pale oak beams and stone floors can be complemented by simple white table linen and candlelight. Alternatively, they welcome any choice of colour. Along one wall, white washed brickwork is an effective backdrop, often adorned with fresh flowers.
With the finest food and drink created by expert wedding caterers, you and your guests will be able to enjoy the most amazing wedding breakfast at Curradine Barns. Find out more about our wedding food and drink.
As day turns to evening and your celebrations begin, the Barley Barn is transformed in to a relaxing ‘chill out’ area. Leading off the Granary Barn, it is ideally located for guests wishing to socialise and chat away from the dance floor and the height of the party, perhaps enjoying some delicious food from the Curradine Cantina. While linked together, each space retains its own character and purpose, from the lively dance floor to the social hub.
On a summer’s evening, the Barley Barn is a wonderful place to soak up the ambience of your special day, overlooking the Courtyard and beside the Granary Barn, in the midst of a splendid celebration.