Alcott Farm, Worcestershire

Alcott Farm, Worcestershire is family run venue opening up their amazing farm of 40 years to public events including Weddings, Alcott Weddings.

The farm is set in sixty five acres of rolling Worcestershire countryside and is a working livery and bed and breakfast. The family have extended their success of holding private functions and wedding receptions for family and friends to the public. If I know anything it’s the family run and community lead venues that offer the most personal service.

The venue is yours for four days, two days before and the day after, for set up and break down. The venue offers both B&B and self catering cottage options. For the more adventurous you can camp or speak to Alcott Weddings about Glamping. The venue is available from May through to September for receptions only or a humanist ceremony + reception.

Alcott Farm is a rural retreat in glorious rolling Worcestershire countryside perfect for weddings and events. A peaceful setting with lakes, fields, trees and horses awaits you and your wedding guests at this individually designed wedding reception and events venue.
The location of the venue where a marquee or tipi would be placed overlooks our beautifully landscaped lakes and surrounding countryside.
The land is a blank canvas allowing us to bring in facilities to suit your individual needs.
Our venue gives you the freedom to design, create and plan each and every detail of your day just as you would like it to be.

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