Wollaton Hall is a stunning Grade I listed 16th-century Elizabethan mansion set in 500 acres of natural parkland, perfect for a picturesque wedding in the heart of Nottingham.
The Great Hall, with its beautiful original features, including hand-carved stone screen archways and hammer beam ceilings, provides the perfect backdrop for you to say I do...
After the ceremony, you and your guests can enjoy drinks and canapés in the Camellia House, located within the Formal Gardens, with views over the parkland towards the lake. A picturesque space for a sunny August evening or even a frosty December day.
Our caterers will then serve a sumptuous wedding breakfast in the splendour of the Great Hall to begin your evening of celebrations. This room has wonderful acoustics for speeches, live music and choirs, making it ideal for your evening wedding reception.
The Salon is an elegant room, adjacent to the Great Hall, with French windows opening onto the back lawn. This is the ideal spot for your guests to relax with a drink during your evening reception and admire the formal gardens at sunset.
The Prospect Room, situated on the top floor of Wollaton Hall, is the perfect escape on your wedding day. This magnificent room has panoramic views over Nottingham and, with stunning architecture, it's the perfect room for intimate wedding photography.
If your guest list is a little larger, the back lawn situated in the Formal Gardens is the perfect setting for a magnificent marquee, where you and your guests can enjoy your wedding breakfast and evening reception.
The dedicated wedding team at Wollaton Hall are available to help make your day perfect. We strive to make every aspect of your wedding planning enjoyable and stress free, putting you in contact with any of our recommended suppliers, including caterers, photographers and venue stylists, or simply arranging personal meetings to discuss your venue and vision.
Ed Brown Photography, Matt Horan Photography, Alannis Barnes, Ed Brown Photography, Andrea Palmer Wedding Photography (right side from the top)