The Crown & Sandys Hotel for your wedding venue - SWPP presents wedding venues directory Click here to find out more

SWPP Home
Magazine
About us
Wedding Plans

Getting Married - Wedding Venue Worcestershire England


WorcestershireGetting Married - Wedding Venue

Friday 14th December 2018  


SWPP
 
Click here to find out more

The Crown & Sandys Hotel

Wedding Venue
The Crown & Sandys Hotel
Main Road
Ombersley
Worcestershire
WR9 0EW
England

tel:- +44 1905 620252
web address:- www.thecrownandsandys.co.uk/
e-mail:- info@thecrownandsandys.co.uk

The Crown & Sandys Hotel :-
Licensed for civil weddings
Venue type - Hotel
Venue type Restaurant
Venue type Inn Pub

Number of function rooms available for weddings: 3 rooms licensed for civil weddings also

Function room names and capacities: Orangery -Restaurant - Restored in 2003, tall glass ceiling, neutral colour scheme, private bar & entrance. Garden & patios alongside. Seating up to 80.

Louis Room -- Leading off the Orangery, this is perfect for a reception, over-spill seating, or even an individual intimate wedding, seating up to 40.

Bistro- Through our traditional oak beamed public bar and eatery, the Bistro with its wooden floors and warm welcoming atmosphere, an air conditioned restaurant seating up to 40 guests.

Guests rooms available: 7 en suite bedrooms
Honeymoon suite available: Yes
Garden suitable for marquees: Yes

Choice of wedding breakfast menus yes
Alcohol License yes
Toastmaster Available Yes
Entertainment Available Yes
Dedicated wedding planner available Yes
Licensed for Civil Ceremonies Yes
Outdoor Fireworks Permitted Yes
Dance Floor Yes
Evening Reception Facilities Yes
Car Parking Facilities Yes
Ideal Honeymoon Venue
Entertainment is available

Wedding services provided: The Crown & Sandys is the perfect venue to celebrate a wedding or special occasion however large or small.

Whether it is a small private gathering or a lavish wedding reception we can accomodate you. Offering intimate facilities for up to 120 guests, with the option for up to 200 with a marquee.Our resident dedicated wedding co-ordinator and team will work to ensure your event is everything you imagined, and a little more !

We also offer an individual tailor made service, enabling couples to pick and choose their menus to suite their tastebuds and pockets

Gardens or outside locations suitable for wedding photography: We have immaculate lawned gardens and patio which offer fantastic photo opportunities alongside our beautiful black & white buildings.

Suitable locations inside the venue for wedding photography: Our 3 function rooms, and our large wooden staircase

Local picturesque areas suitable for wedding photography: The Historic Black & White village of Ombersley and the church

Venue special features: Historic black & white exterior and interior, beautiful lawns. Beautiful Large Orangery room with a glass roof. Large Patio. Fantastic bridal suite. Amazing food. Large car park.

Venue History: Situated in the most picturesque black & white village of Ombersley, only 3 miles outside Worcester. This former 'Coaching Inn' has a fascinating history dating back to the 17th Century, but today is family run, & provides the finest quality Food, Wine and Service expected by discerning customers.

The Crown & Sandys (pronounced Sands'), is derived from the link between King Charles I and his son Charles II, and the Sandys family during the Civil Wars of 1645-57. The coaching inn underwent considerable alteration around 1810 when the Marchioness of Downshire, Baroness Sandys, carried out extensive re-building & improvements in the village of Ombersley.

The Inn was re-modelled with the timber framed structure enclosed within a brick 'shell' and a Coach House and Stabling built at the rear. The Crown & Sandys welcomes you with a mixture of old and new offering 5 dining areas to choose from, depending on your mood. We also boast Severn fabulous en suite bedrooms all with their own individual character and style.


Wedding Trivia:
Today, prior to a Jewish wedding ceremony, it is the groom who ritually "veils the bride". This tradition goes back to the marriage of Jacob to Leah (the older sister) when he thought he was marrying Rachel (the younger sister) whom he loved.

To update the information for The Crown & Sandys Hotel please use this form