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Shustoke Farm Barns is a stunning wedding venue in Warwickshire, that has been planning, co-ordinating and catering for weddings since July 2013.

The Barns are just east of Coleshill; about 20 minutes from the centres of Birmingham and Coventry. They are red brick, 18th-Century buildings – which are wonderfully tall and dramatic inside, and surround a beautiful courtyard with ancient olive trees and fire pits, as well as an outside BBQ where guests can watch chefs cook up to 6 whole lambs.

In the Barns there are flagstone floors, beautiful oak beams and windows, a copper-topped bar and a separate drinks area upstairs. Guests can also enjoy a view of the giant rotisserie through a large glass panel into the kitchen.

With a civil ceremony licence for up to 140 people, and seating up to 140 to eat, the barn is designed to feel spacious and luxurious for smaller numbers, but will accommodate higher numbers.

The spectacular lighting means that you can spotlight tables during the meal, enjoy night lights, fairy lights and church candles throughout the day, and switch on our colour-changing LED up-lighters on the dance floor!

To find out more, you can go to our Availability Calendar, choose a date, and click through to our online quotation system to get a accurate and comprehensive price for a wedding.

To book a viewing of the venue, please have a look at our Viewings Calendar for available appointments, or if you have any questions please get in touch.


Hi Kathryn, please can we take this opportunity to thank you and all of the other staff that helped out on our big day; in particular Emma and Chris. Emma really impressed us with her organisation and calm approach, she really made us both feel at ease. We didn't once have to think about anything, it was all taken care of perfectly. The barn looked fantastic and literally all or guests commented on how lovely it was and how tasty (and plentiful) the food was. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend Shustoke. Thank you again. Kind regards, Mr and Mrs Lefevre. - Mar 2016