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Stubton Hall is an elegant 19th-century country house set within 24 acres of parkland. With commanding views over the Lincolnshire countryside close to the Nottinghamshire border and the historic market town of Newark, what location could be better for special events?
With exclusive use, couples can take over the entire house to celebrate with loved ones in privacy. The venue has many locations perfect for ceremonies: the Bow Room can fit up to 20 people, the Conservatory 50, the Music Room 100 and the Orangery 200. All rooms are easily accessible and air-conditioned. St Martin’s Church is at the centre of the village, steps away from Stubton Hall, and St Peter’s Church in Claypole is just two miles down the road. The churches are available for wedding ceremonies, if pairs are eligible, or for blessings.
The main house can easily accommodate up to 200 people for drinks receptions. The team suggests using the large terrace on the south side of the house overlooking the fountain when the sun’s shining. The Orangery can seat up to 200 people, while the Music Room or the Conservatory can seat up to 50 for wedding receptions. The staff can also make arrangements for more intimate meals if required.
Whatever the weather, Stubton Hall offers many beautiful places for photo opportunities. Newlyweds don’t need to worry if the sun doesn’t shine because the wedding photos taken inside the house are just as spectacular.
The 25 individually-designed bedrooms mean guests can retreat after dancing the night away,
Check out: www.stubtonhall.co.uk