"11th Century double moated site"
Littywood Manor is the only example of a double moated site, set in the secluded rolling hills of Staffordshire.
The site has been continuously occupied since the 12th century and is now privately owned by the Lovatt family.
Littywood Manor is first mentioned in the Domesday book in the 11th century. This unique venue offers a stunning and totally private location for your event amongst peaceful countryside.
Surrounded by glorious countryside set in 4 1/2 acres of land, guests can enjoy the privacy of having the whole venue to themselves.
"Littywood Manor comes alive when it's full of people. It's a house that was built to be shared."
The Lovatt family are proudly investing any money from events back into the house and grounds. They are lovingly restoring the property with the hope of putting it ' back on the map'.
The house attracts the attention of historians and the media regularly. Everyone who visits is fascinated by the tales uncovered and stories to be told.
Everytime a new part of the renovation begins more history is covered.
We will be documenting some of the renovation work and history of the house here...
We feel so privileged to become part of the history of this wonderful house.
It brings us great joy to share it with wonderful couples on the most important day of their life.
Alongside weddings, we thrive on hosting a variety of events and love nothing more than seeing people come together for a celebration - of any kind.