We are not merely a hotel.

Yes, we do have 25 bedrooms for you and your guests, but the experience is quite different. When you have your wedding at Stubton Hall, you’ll get the whole place exclusively to yourself. All the rooms, 23 acres of gardens and grounds:  everything. We wouldn’t dream of having two events at the same time.

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Stubton Hall is licensed for civil ceremonies in four of our elegant reception rooms. The Music Room with it enormous windows overlooking the parterre is perfect for weddings of up to 100 guests, our magnificent Orangery can seat up to 200 people for the grandest wedding, or you can choose our chic Bow Room or sunny Conservatory for a more intimate ceremony. For the wedding breakfast, the Orangery can seat up to 200 guests including space for a live band, a DJ and a proper dance floor. So go ahead and dance the night away.

Afterwards, our comfy Chocolate Bar stays open late for house guests… after all, it’s your house for the evening and you’ve got the whole place to yourselves.

One thing we hear from our guests time after time is, “What a beautiful setting!” We agree. Your friends will love sneaking out to the lake or walking through the gardens in the moonlight. And the south terrace, with its 300 foot water feature, is a truly stunning place for your wedding photos.

If you’re thinking of getting hitched at Stubton, we’ve prepared a list of frequently asked questions and answers. We’ve also drawn up guideline prices and packages that will give you some idea of cost. These “packages” are really only an indicator to help you understand our pricing. In reality, every wedding is bespoke and we look forward to sitting down with you to help you design the celebration of your dreams. You might also like to have a look at suggested menus and wine lists.

Our wedding coordinators will be delighted to answer your questions and give you a personal guided tour around Stubton Hall. Please phone us on 01636626187 or contact us here.