An early 18th century Georgian manor house set on the edge of the pretty village of Bredon, on the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire border. Surrounded by beautifully manicured gardens, and jaw-dropping views of the River Avon and the National Trust's 14th century Tithe Barn, Bredon Manor is a truly magnificent place. A much-loved family home, Bredon Manor is an exclusive use venue - we want you and your guests to feel at home here too.
FEEL AT HOME AT BREDON MANOR
CHARLIE & PETER
Bredon Manor is owned and lovingly run by Charlie and Peter Robinson-Llewellin. Having fled London in 2021 for a life in the countryside, they fell in love with this beautiful Georgian Manor which they now call home. You can expect to see Charlie and Peter, as well as their daughter Clemmie, their son Archie and three dogs, running around the grounds - Bredon Manor is a home, not just a venue.
Laura has been working in the wedding and events industry for more than a decade and offers professional and seamless events management. She and her team at Studio 81 can provide pre project work, full planning and on the day support for weddings, corporate events, or private parties. If you choose us as your venue Laura and her team will be available to help you set up in advance, and Laura, or one of her team, will be on-site on the day to ensure that everything runs smoothly.
THE BEST OF BOTH
A glorious rural setting, yet convenient for you and your guests. Bredon Manor is set in the beautiful Gloucestershire countryside, yet easily accessible from the M5 and M50.
Bredon Manor is only a seven minute drive from Tewkesbury, 25 minutes from Cheltenham, one hour from both Bristol and Birmingham or two and a half hours from London. There’s a car park located in the grounds that can accommodate over 40 cars.
Aschurch for Tewkesbury train station is four miles away, and you can catch a train from here to Bristol, Birmingham or Cardiff. Evesham train station is 30 minutes from Bredon and you can catch a direct train to London Paddington in under two hours.
If you fancy a flying visit, Birmingham Airport is 51 miles away and Bristol Airport is 60 miles.