Sheffield Manor Lodge Weddings

A Sheffield wedding venue with unique history, rustic barn and flower filled gardens.

We offer stunning spaces with a casual and relaxed approach where you can truly make your wedding your own.

2024 Winter Packages

Any Friday or Saturday

Early March 2024

Ceremony and Reception only £3995

Reception only £2995

Our Venues

Tudor Grounds and Turret House

A young wedding couple stand in front of the stone Tudor Turret House at Sheffield Manor Lodge. The bride wears a lace white dress and a flower crown. The groom wears a light blue suit. He holds her as she gazes towards the camera. In the foreground are yellow and pink meadow flowers.
A wedding couple kiss in the doorway of a stone Tudor building at the end of their wedding ceremony. The bride wears a white lace dress and the groom a grey suit. Pink and purple floral arch surrounds the door. Guests sit facing them clapping.
A wedding couple walk away from a Tudor stone turret house after their wedding ceremony. They are walking down an aisle of guests who are throwing confetto. The bride wears white and holds a large floral bouquet. The groom is in a traditional black suit. The adult bridesmaids wear purple and young flower girls wear white tulle dresses.

The doorway of the 16th century Turret House provides a unique setting for an outdoor wedding ceremony, with up to 100 guests surrounded by sweeping grounds and romantic ruins. Inside provides a unique space for photos to be taken. The grounds offer stunning photograph opportunities, from the sweep of meadows to the lavender labyrinth, apothecary garden, romantic ruins and the the Turret House itself.

Manor Oaks House 

Manor Oaks House 18th century stone farmhouse surrounded by hedges and meadow flowers. The building stands next to a tall oak tree. The sky is blue with fluffy white clouds.
A wooden arch is covered in large bouquets of pink flowers. It stands at the end of an aisle of wooden chairs covered in pink flowers and draped with pink tulle. The room is white and light. On the ceiling are oaks wooden beams covered in fairy lights.
Under an oak beamed ceiling wrapped with fairy lights a bride walks up the aisle on her wedding day. She walks with her father up an aisle and surrounded by happy guests. The groom and head bridesmaid stand at the front waiting for her arrival.

Our barn extends from a rustic farmhouse into a country feel cottage garden. Featuring original stonework and exposed wooden beams dotted with fairy lights, our barn offers the perfect backdrop to add your own personal touches. Ceremonies for up to 60 guests can be hosted at Manor Oaks House with a wedding breakfast for your guests. We can host 120 guests for your evening reception.

Outdoor Spaces and Gardens

Both our wedding venues boast stunning outdoor spaces and gardens. From the apothecary garden to the lavender labyrinth, our Tudor grounds are full of perfect backdrops for beautiful photos. At Manor Oaks House our flower-filled garden and garden games give you and your guests space to relax before the dancing commences and the campfire is lit. 

From May to September, and sometimes beyond, you’ll find swathes of colour from our meadows, creating a countryside feel, just five minutes from Sheffield city centre.

The Tudor stone Turret House stands in grounds covered in meadows. The building is square in shape with three floors, two windows on each. it has a wooden door in the lower right corner and is topped with a rounded turret on the right side. The meadows are pink yellow and white. The sky is blue with white fluffy clouds.
A bride in a  white gown walks with her father, in a  grey suit, down an outside wedding aisle filled with white, pink, purple and red flowers. She is preceded by two adult bridesmaid is pale green dresses and a flower girl in a white dress. Another bridesmaid holds her train. In the back ground are an old stone wall and trees.
A bride and groom laugh together. They are stood slightly aprt but reaching for one another. She wears a whit gown and holding a brightly colored floral bouquet. He wears a blue suit. They stand in front of a purple lavender labyrinth, Tudor stone walls with white roses to their right.
Manor Oaks House is seen from behind, The stone extension comes from a 18th century stone house. The extension has four double doors onto a patio with three picnic benches. Beyond this is a grass garden bordered by cottage flowers. In the back ground are trees and a blue sky.
A wedding couple laugh together as the sunsets. They stand close. She wears a full white wedding dress. He wears a suit with jacket removed. They stand on grass over looking a viewpoint of trees and hills. The light blurs the background. To their right is a large oak tree with the sun shining through.
A couple sit next to a campfire. It is slightly raining and they hold clear umbrellas. They look happy as they both lean in and toast marshmallows in the flames.

Rhubarb Shed Catering

Delicious food is an essential to any wedding and the Rhubarb Shed provides this in abundance for your day time catering. From simple buffets to hot platters, bbqs to sit-down meals, and with vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options, they provide a wedding breakfast for all tastes and budgets. 

1, 2 or 3 Course Meal

£28.50 – £38.50
per person

Afternoon Tea

£25 – £28
per person


per person

Hot and Cold Buffets

£5.95 – £15
per person

External Suppliers

 If you’ve always wanted a wood fired pizza oven or hog roast you can choose to use any external caterers that do not require the use of a catering kitchen for your evening food.  


We have a fully stocked bottle bar and drinks packages available at Manor Oaks House. If you choose to hold your ceremony at the Turret House you are welcome to bring your own fizz to toast that special moment.

You have all the fun and we deal with the boring bits

We believe you should love planning the exciting moments of your day, but not be worrying about the basics! Within the wedding venue hire price you’ll find tables, tablecloths, chairs, simple table dressings, fairy lights and glassware leaving you to concentrate on the fun aspects such as the cake and entertainment. 

Our venue is ready to use but you can choose to add flowers, venue styling, seating plans or any other details that you dream of, working with your friends and family, or any external supplier of your choice for that personal and unique look.

A wedding couple stand next to each other, one arm around the other, the other arm outstretched holding a purple smoke bomb. The two smoke bombs rise up into the air. They stand in front of a lavender labyrinth, the purple smoke blending with the blooms.
A wedding couple kiss at the end of a sparkler parade. Guests stand either side holding sparklers. It is night and so dark but the sparkers give off a soft pink glow. The bride wears a lace white dress and is wrapped in a shawl.
A wedding couple cuddle each other and their pet dog. The bride wears white with a colourful bouquet matched with colourful flowers in her hair. The dog has white curly hair and is reaching to kiss them.


What’s included in my ceremony?

  • The Turret House (in peak season) or Manor Oaks House
  • Bench or chair seating for your guests
  • Time for you or your venue dresser to decorate on the day
  • Use of wedding arch at Manor Oaks House
  • PA system and speakers for ceremony music
  • Exclusive use of our venue and grounds
  • Free on site parking for your guests
  • Time for photographs after your ceremony

What’s included in my reception?

  • Exclusive use of Manor Oaks House and garden
  • Tables, chairs and tablecloths
  • Rustic style table decor (or personalise with your own) and fairy lights
  • Rustic cake stand and cake knife (or bring your own)
  • Glassware
  • Crockery, cutlery (with the Rhubarb Shed catering)
  • Campfire and garden games
  • Time for you or your venue dresser to decorate on the day

2024 Ceremony and Reception

June, July & AugustMay & SeptemberJanuary to April & October to December

2024 Reception Only

June, July & AugustMay & SeptemberJanuary to April & October to December

2025 Ceremony and Reception

June, July & AugustMay & SeptemberJanuary to April &
October to December

2025 Reception Only

June, July & AugustMay & SeptemberJanuary to April &
October to December

Get in touch

We would love to talk to you about your ideas for your wedding day and how we can help make it truly special.

A wedding couple dance under oak beam covered in fairy lights and colourful paper lanterns. The room is dim but their is glowe from the subtle lighting. Bunting covers the ceiling. The bride wears a flowy pink dress and the groom a traditional black suit. They have their arms around each other as they dance.
A wedding couple sit on top of a stack of large rocks. The bride sits on the grooms knee. the bride wears a short lace dress and the groom a blue suit. They are kissing. The sky is pure blue and there are green trees in the background.
A bride smiles happily under blooms hanging from an archway. The bride wears a lace dress and holds a colourful bouquet/ the individual large blooms are very colourful. A hint of the brides wheelchair can be seen.
A square stone Tudor Turret House sits in the distance of a perennial flower bed, edged neatly with grass lawn. The flowers are purple, orange, white and dark pink. Trees are in the background.