Located just outside the Historical town of Shrewsbury in Shropshire you will find the hidden gem that is Albright Hussey Manor Hotel. Nestled in four acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, with manicured lawns, huge Weeping Willows and its very own Moat, the Albright Hussey Manor Hotel is one of the most romantic of places for any wedding.
As you drive along the picturesque driveway, passing over the Bridge and up to the glorious original Tudor Manor House, you can’t help being utterly awe-struck by both its beauty and its heritage. Built in the 16th Century, Albright Hussey is now a Grade 2 listed building.
Family owned and managed the Albright Hussey Manor hotel has 26 guest bedrooms all tastefully decorated with their own individual design. Many rooms offer Four Poster beds, spa baths and all are en-suite. The Honeymoon Suite is large in its design offering the perfect space for any Bride and her party to get ready.
Albright Hussey Manor Hotel also has a licence for outdoor wedding ceremony’s, perfect for those beautiful balmy summer days …
But just in case ….
Albright Hussey Manor Hotel offers a wide variety of mouth-watering menus for your wedding breakfast ranging from Afternoon Tea to Gourmet dishes. All the meals are prepared on site, using fresh local produce when possible. They also offer an extensive Wine menu supplied by Tanners Wines merchants that is local to the Shrewsbury area.
For anyone wanting to get married in a traditional Tudor Manor house steeped in history, this is the venue is for you. A slice of English heritage perfectly preserved.
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