Calling all brides and grooms-to-be! Join The Old Hall Hotel in Buxton for some wedding inspiration at their open day on Sunday 26th February 2017, between 12 noon and 4pm. This is the perfect opportunity to soak up the rich history of this stunning venue, take a look round the function rooms and ask any questions you may have. The experienced wedding planners will be on hand to talk about creating a bespoke wedding package to make your special day everything you had imagined it to be and more.
Whether you are looking for a civil ceremony, all day reception or an evening celebration, the Old Hall offers bespoke weddings to suit any budget. The hotel is delighted to be able to offer civil ceremony services in a choice of our function rooms. If you require a small intimate wedding or a larger celebration the Old Hall can cater for your requirements. Each wedding hosted is unique for you.
Winner of Best Wedding Venue in a town or city in the East Midlands at The Wedding Industry Awards 2015, the hotel has a charming elegance, perfect for the one of the most important days in your life!
Ask the wedding planners for more information on their packages; The Big Day Package is based on 50 day guests and 80 evening guests and is £2,750. If it’s an intimate wedding day you’ve been dreaming of, the venue offers the perfect setting for this with an elegant function room that looks out across the leafy square and the picturesque Pavilion Gardens. The hotel offers an intimate wedding package for £1,000, which includes 20 day guests and 40 evening guests. Both packages are available Sunday – Thursday, excluding bank holidays and special events. Subject to availability.
There is a range of beautiful bedrooms available for guests that wish to stay overnight, including four poster rooms and of course the famous Queen Mary’s Bower, believed to be part of Mary Queen of Scots’ original apartments and our grandest room.
Go to oldhallhotelbuxton.co.uk/weddings for more details on their bespoke weddings and packages or call 01298. 22841 and speak to one of their wedding planners.