Stubton Hall is a grand and exciting wedding venue on the Lincolnshire-Nottinghamshire border. After opening in 2009, it quickly grew to become one of the more well known wedding venues around and it’s easy to see why – great food, fantastic service and the hall itself is just spectacular. Oh and they even have a helipad – how many wedding venues can say that!?
Why do we love Stubton Hall?
Stubton Hall is perfect for a couple looking for a grand, exclusive use country house wedding venue. This 19th century country house is in a truly unspoilt rural location away from roads and surrounded by stunning countryside. And when you book it for your wedding day, you’ll have the whole thing, as they describe it on their website, ‘25 bedrooms, 4 reception rooms with adjoining terraces, an Orangery that seats 200 people and 23 acres of enchanting park and gardens’. Now that truly is an exclusive use wedding venue!
Where is Stubton Hall?
Address: Stubton Hall, Stubton, Newark, NG23 5DD
What’s the history of weddings at Stubton Hall?
Stubton Hall is a Grade II listed property, which was originally a 17th century hall which was extensively rebuilt by Sir Robert Heron in 1813. The architect, Sir Jeffry Wyatville, is known for his work on Windsor Castle, Chatsworth House and Woburn Abbey.
When Stubton Hall’s owners, Kent and Claire, took on the house the gardens were overgrown, the shutters were closed the old house was surrounded by 1950s dormitories. They made it their mission to make Stubton Hall sparkle again and set about turning it into the stunning wedding and events gallery we see today. They created a house that is a perfect balance of old and new, modern conveniences and ancient paintings. And in 2009 the wedding and events business begun and Stubton Hall soon became a well known wedding venue both in Nottinghamshire and across the country.
How many guests can you have at a wedding at Stubton Hall?
Stubton Hall can accommodate up to 200 people for a ceremony and a stand-up reception or sit down meal. They have a minimum number of 70 guests for Friday and Saturday weddings from April to October, Saturdays in December and any day between 18th – 23rd December. Otherwise, for any other day of the year they have a minimum number of two adult guests.
The Bow Room can accommodate 20 guests, the Conservatory up to 50, the Music Room up to 90 and the Orangery up to 200.
For a stand-up reception the main house is easily big enough for 200 people and when the weather cooperates the large terrace overlooking the fountain is perfect for people to relax and mingle. Whilst for a sit down meal, the Orangery can seat up to 200 whilst the Music Room or Conservatory can seat up to 50 people.
How much does a Stubton Hall wedding cost?
This, unsurprisingly, depends upon the guest numbers. Prices start at £117 per guest plus the venue fee. They have a really clear explanation of their pricing structure on their website and will be happy to discuss this further and adapt things to you’re your dreams for your wedding – as an exclusive use wedding venue they are able to really tailor each wedding to the desires of the couple.
Is there parking available on site or nearby?
Yes, there is plenty of parking for you and your guests.
Is the venue accessibility friendly?
Yes, Stubton Hall is an accessible venue – I’d suggest discussing any requirements you have with them during a walk around or via email.
When will the party end?
Their license for live music and drinking ends at midnight, however for guests who are staying overnight drinking is allowed outside of standard hours – although they make no commitment to an all night bar service.
Can we throw confetti?
Absolutely, but only natural petals.
Is there accommodation available at Stubton Hall?
Yes! As Stubton Hall is an exclusive use venue, it’s actually expected that you take up a minimum number of their rooms (depending on the season and day) when you book a wedding. At certain times of year it may also be possible to book multiple nights. Their 25 bedrooms are decorated in a fun mix of traditional and contemporary style, with funky wall papers, old paintings/ artwork and a few four poster beds thrown into the mix.
What’s the deposit & booking process?
Payments must be paid in full in advance of the wedding day. And if for any reason you need to cancel, charges will be made clear to you at each stage.
How to get in touch with the venue:
Email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call during business hours on 01636626187.