From one bride to another: essential wedding tips!
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Nestled in the heart of the Peak District National Park, Tissington Hall is a beautiful location with countryside views. Francis FitzHerbert built the Grade II listed building, which features an imposing southern approach via a grand gateway followed by an avenue of lime trees. While each space is picture-perfect, the gardens are the estate’s crown jewel with curated gardens, which are spectacular when in bloom.
Couples can exchange vows in The Main Hall surrounded by 100 guests. The space is cooling in the summer months, thanks to the stone walls and cosy in the winter with a roaring log fire. Alternatively, The East Drawing Room can host up to 50 guests and has dark-wood floors, a huge fireplace and soft furnishings that are perfect for intimate ceremonies. Lastly, The Arcade Terrace is ideal for summer weddings with 150 people if the sun is shining.
Drinks receptions take place in and around the hall and gardens, with guests having the opportunity to wander around the rooms in the hall and seek out their favourite books in the library. Wedding breakfasts can occur in the recently renovated 18th-century Carriage House, perfect for intimate nuptials with light and airy spaces.
Another option is The Arboretum Pavilion Marquee, which is nestled in the gardens and can accommodate wedding breakfasts and evening celebrations. With a fully stocked bar, plenty of room for a band or DJ and ample dancefloor space, it’s the ideal place to dance the night away.
Tissington Hall is a magical place that’s looked after by the dedicated team, who can guide couples throughout the planning experience. Why leave the beautiful estate when there’s guest accommodation within the Tissington village?
Check out: http://tissingtonhall.co.uk