Q. Can guests bring their own alcohol to the wedding?

Guests are not permitted to bring alcohol onto the premises in any form, so please do not bring hip-flasks, bottles, cans or other containers with you to the wedding!  This includes drinking out the back of your car in the car park.  We operate a very strict policy where any alcohol found will be confiscated and in certain circumstances you may be asked to leave, so please do not ruin the day for a bottle of booze!  Our bar prices are local pub prices.  We carry an extensive range of alcohol and non-alcoholic drinks for guests to enjoy themselves.

We are licensed premises and have a duty of care to all our guests and are required to adhere to strict licensing laws for your health and safety.
Please do not drink and drive - we want you to get home safely!

Q. Can we have a bar extension?

Yes, bar extensions are available on request, please confirm one month before the wedding day.

Q. Do you take cards at the Bar?

Yes we do take debit and credit cards (excluding AMEX/DINERS) - minimum spend is £10

Q. What are the bar prices like?

We charge local pub prices, which we feel are really reasonable and ensure bar prices aren't the topic of conversation at your wedding!

Q. Is there a smoking area?

Guests are permitted to smoke externally and there is a heated undercover smoking area in the rear courtyard (no smoking either tobacco or vapour cigarettes is permitted within the Barns).

 

Q. Can we have alcoholic favours?

Unfortunately as licensed premises, we do not allow alcoholic favours. 

Q. Who is responsible for guests safety?

Please be advised that Redhouse Barn Limited and Morgans Catering For You Limited hold no responsibility for any injury or fatality that may occur due to excessive drinking, drugs or misbehaviour whilst on Redhouse Barn property.

It is the guests responsibility to behave responsibly and to have respect for others, whilst enjoying the occasion.

Whilst every effort is made to ensure guests safety, we ask that all shoes are worn when glass has been broken and spillages are advised to a member of the Staff.

PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY!

Do you still have a question that isn't covererd here? Contact us directly and we'll do our best to help.