Telephone: +44 (0)1332 842 191
Fax: +44 (0)1332 841 972
Civil Licence: Yes
Service: Up to 100 people
Reception: Please contact to discuss individual requirements
Kedleston Hall is a magnificent 18 century neo-classical mansion set in exquisitely landscaped parkland designed by the famous architect Robert Adam. The grand external staircase on the North Front leads to a massive Marble Hall dominated by 20 fluted pillars and forming an awesome entrance to this 'temple of the arts'. Beyond the Marble Hall is the Saloon with its huge, decorated dome. Grand entertainment was held here in days gone by and these two rooms form the splendid setting for our wedding ceremonies.
The Civic Suite
The Council House, Derby Derby DE1 2FS.
Tel: 01332 255482
(Licensed for Civil Ceremonies)
This is one of Derby's most exclusive venues.The Reception
Room, with its wood panelling and collections of silverware
and Royal Crown Derby, is a spacious and luxurious setting
for your ceremony, including the new civil partnership, with
seating for up to 70.
The Royal Balcony is available for photographs of the couple,
whilst the ceremonial staircase is perfect for weatherproof
group pictures.Your special day is guaranteed to be memorable.
Hallmark Hotel Derby formerly The Midland Hotel
Derby DE1 2SQ
Telephone: +44 (0) 1332 345 894
Fax: +44 (0) 1332 293 522
Civil Licence: Yes
Service: Maximum 120
Reception: Maximum 120 (inside only)
An elegant warm welcome awaits you and your guests the minute you walk through the door. An extensive selection of wedding packages are available, alternatively, we are happy to tailor make a package to your exact requirements.The lovely tree garden offers the perfect backdrop for your photographs and reception drinks.
0ther Marriage venues within the Derby City and South Derbyshire Boundaries
The list of approved venues at which Derby Register Office staff can conduct marriage ceremonies is as follows:
The Coopers Arms, Weston on Trent, Derbyshire
The Derby Conference Centre, London Road, Derby DE24 8UX 01332 263137
Newton Park Ramarda Jarvis, Newton Solney, Nr Burton-on-Trent
Lund Pavilion, Derbyshire County Cricket Club, Nottingham Road, Derby
Pride Park Stadium, Derby County Football Club
Catton Hall, Walton on Trent, Derbyshire DE12 8LN 01332 712222
The Aston Court Hotel, Midland Road, Derby
Masa Restaurant, The Old Chapel, Brook Street, Derby DE1 3PF 01332 203345
The International Hotel, Burton Road, Derby
The Stuart Hotel, London Road, Derby 01332 340633
Bretby Conference Centre, Ashby Road, Bretby 01283 553440
The Grange Banqueting Suite, 457 Burton Rd, Derby
Rosliston Forestry Centre, Burton Road, Rosliston DE12 8JX 01283 563483
Telephone: +44 (0) 1283 585337
Fax: +44 (0)1283 585 139
Sudbury is one of the most individual of late 17th Century houses, with rich interior decoration including wood carving by Gibbons, superb plasterwork, and decorative murals and ceilings by Laguerre. The Great Staircase is the finest of its kind in an English country house. Sudbury Hall offers you the Saloon for your civil wedding ceremony. This beautiful wood panelled room with unique wood carvings by the 17th century craftsman, Edward Pierce, has highlighted giltwork, walls hung with large family portraits and was featured as the 'music room' in the BBC's production of 'Pride and Prejudice'. The Saloon was formerly used as a music room and place to entertain guests and has delightful views to the south across the terraces and lake.
Telephone: +44 (0) 1335 352200
Civil Licence: Yes
Service: Up to 75 people
Reception: Further space available for more guests after the service
Tissington Hall is set in the Estate village of Tissington about 5 miles north of Ashbourne in the Peak District National Park. The hall is the home of the FitzHerbert family who built the house in 1609 and have lived there ever since.
Since 1998 the Hall has been open to the public and can also host a number of activities such as weddings, receptions, photo shoots and filming shoots.
Tel: 07764 447130
Located in the heart of Matlock, with stunning views across the Derwent Valley and newly restored facilities, the perfect place for your wedding and reception is the headquarters of Derbyshire County Council.
County Hall, once a fashionable hydro, is a Grade II listed building offering ample space for wedding parties of up to 100 and enough room for receptions for 250 guests in splendid surroundings.
The Council's Members' Lounge has a private bar, sprung dance floor and stage as well as a sun terrace overlooking extensive gardens for those all important photographs.
Catering can be arranged for formal sit-down wedding breakfasts for up to 100 guests or more informal buffets for up to 250.