Welcome to Rodbaston Hall
Rodbaston Hall is a beautiful 19th century building in the heart of a magnificent 180 hectare country estate. The Hall dates back to the early 1800s where it was the grand centrepiece of a family estate built by William Holland Esquire and is an ideal location for your conference or wedding.
Today Rodbaston Hall is owned by South Staffordshire College and underwent an extensive refurbishment programme, bringing this beautiful old building up to the highest standard.
The stunning banqueting rooms all overlook the Hall’s extensive landscaped gardens where you can often see or hear the peacocks.
Why not arrange to come and view the Hall on a non obligation basis and you will see for yourselves why this “hidden gem” is the perfect venue for your special day.
Staffordshire’s Hidden Gem
Are you a newly engaged couple who are taking their first tentative steps into the world of Wedding Planning ?
Have you thought about booking Rodbaston Hall as your venue ?
The Hall is available on an exclusive basis, which means that you and your guests will be the only wedding party and will have sole use of the banqueting suites, bar and lounge areas as well as the magical gardens.
You will truly be made to feel like the lords and ladies of this beautiful house.
The Hall has been refurbished to a high standard with extensive landscaped gardens and lake and has been licensed to hold civil ceremonies.
We have a choice of banqueting suites to suit your needs with a relaxing lounge bar and outside seated garden area .
If you would like to arrange a private viewing in a relaxed and informal atmosphere why not contact our events team to arrange a convenient time.
We look forward to welcoming you to our stunning country venue.
Rodbaston Hall has three beautiful rooms which are licensed to hold civil ceremonies and also provide the ideal setting for wedding receptions. Holding your ceremony and your reception all in one venue makes your special day a much more relaxing affair bringing all your family and friends together.