The Imperial Suite at Albright Hussey Manor
About this space
For weddings, Albright Hussey Manor offers the exclusive use of the Imperial Suite and its facilities, including a private entrance, bar, lounge, cloakrooms, banqueting suite and gardens.
Set in a gorgeous 16th century moated manor house, the room is decorated with elegant drapes and chandeliers and has the capacity to welcome up to 200 guests for a seated meal and up to 250 for an evening party. There’s also a beautiful sun terrace with an outside bar.
You and your guests are welcome to relax in the lovely gardens with spectacular views of the Shropshire countryside, an ideal setting for stunning photographs. Your ceremony can be conducted on the front lawns.
The venue offers a variety of wedding packages, catering options and the services of a dedicated wedding planner and a master of ceremonies.
Catering and drinks
Music & sound equipment
Rules of the space
No smoking in the building
No BYO services allowed
Cancellation policy: Standard 60 day
Cancellations 60 days in advance will receive a full refund.
Cancellations 60 days to 30 days in advance will receive a 50% refund.
Cancellations for events starting within 30 days are non-refundable.
About Albright Hussey Manor
Nestled in the heart of the stunning Shropshire countryside, Albright Hussey Manor is a Grade II* listed traditional manor house that welcomes its guests with warmth and comfort. Built in 1524, this historic property has come a long way to where it is now. In 1988, the house was purchased by the Subbianis, who laboured to restore it to its glory. The wonderfully kept Albright Hussey Manor now offers high-standard accommodation, fine dining and excellent service. Surrounded by the original Tudor moat and acres of gorgeous landscaped gardens, it offers the perfect backdrop for a romantic wedding.
Albright Hussey Manor is located a mere 3 miles from the centre of Shrewsbury in Shropshire, not too far away from the Welsh border. Shrewsbury, the birthplace of Charles Darwin, is a lovely market town on the River Severn, with a medieval street plan, narrow lanes and a wealth of historic buildings. It can be easily reached via the A5 and A49 and if you’re travelling by rail, Shrewsbury railway station is a short drive away from the venue.