Mcdonald Ansty Hall, Coventry
Ansty Hall was originally built in the latter part of the 17th Century and the first occupant of the house was Richard Taylor. As Mr Taylor had no male offspring the estate reverted to the female line, to Simon Adams. All the male members of the family found themselves joining the church or the military with some of the Adams family being clergy to the church behind Ansty Hall. The highest-ranking ‘Adams’ to join the military was Sir Henry Adams, who rose to the rank of Brigadier General. Sir Henry died in 1857 from a wound received in the Crimean War and his grieving widow commissioned a bell tower at the church along with an inscription in his memory.
This Hall and gardens are fantastically kept making a ideal venue for functions and weddings. Crazy Golf Fun was set up towards the back of the rear lawn with plenty of access for all.
First I must apologize for the delay in getting back to you but we really wanted to say thank you for the Crazy Golf you set up for our Wedding.
We had a wonderful day and the weather was great. Everyone really enjoyed the Crazy Golf in the afternoon and it went down very well. We have some great shots of people enjoying themselves which was just what we wanted.
Macdonald Ansty Hall is one of the finest 4-star hotels in Warwickshire. Set in the heart of Shakespeare Country, our hotel offers the best of breathtaking scenery and fine facilities. Close to Cadbury’s World, Warwick Castle and the beautiful town of Stratford-upon-Avon, our hotel is a popular choice for family holidays, business and weddings.
Our hotel is a perfect venue for celebrations, events and conferences; we boast superb hotel accommodation, stylish meeting and function rooms and breathtaking views over our hotel grounds.
Our Warwickshire hotel is perfect for country adventures; roam our beautiful 8 acres of landscaped gardens and marvel in the glorious scenery we have on offer at our historic manor house retreat. Once you’ve finished exploring – we recommend a visit to our AA Rosette awarded Shilton Restaurant, followed by a nightcap in The Warwick Bar and Lounge.