Venue of the week

We all deserve to feel like a princess multiple times in our life, so why not opt for a storybook venue?

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Stancliffe Hall is a Grade II listed building simply brimming with history, with some parts of the hall dating back to 15th century! The private driveway down to the house is nothing short of breathtaking and you are met by one of the many bronze sculptures, which litter the grounds. The venues nestled in 50 acres of stunning parklands in the heart of the Peak District with views of the Derbyshire countryside, allowing you to rest assured of total privacy.

The suites or bedrooms have been designed with rest, relaxation and romance in mind, each beautiful and unique with its own charm, eclectic decorations sourced from around the world add to the character. The beautiful Whitworth Room played host to many great events throughout the life of the Hall, perfect for your ceremony; while the charming and historic 1816 Room offers a more intimate setting. This is a separate building from the main house and is connected by a rich red carpet. This room is also perfect for the winter months if you're looking for a room that can seat around 50 guests comfortably but has a more snug feeling.

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There's a number of options for your wedding breakfast. If you're looking for a more intimate wedding day why not utilise the light and airy Stone Court which has both a billiards room and a smaller snug lounge? For a larger wedding the Whitworth Room is great which can accommodate a maximum of 100 guests and includes a bar with a cosy seating area.

Stancliffe Hall has spa facilities that include a swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and steam room-ideal for pre-wed R&R. There's also a Romany caravan on the grounds perfect for creating wedding photos with a difference. The bride and groom will be invited for a free tasting session with on-site caterers, Coghlans to create the perfect wedding breakfast around nine months before the special day.

If the wedding couple would like to showcase Stancliffe to their closest friends and family before their big day, spa facilities can be opened for a private afternoon gathering.

Find out more: www.stancliffehall.co.uk

PhotoCredit: Leigh McAra Photography

 
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