Haddon Hall is a spectacularly picturesque and historic country house wedding venue in Derbyshire that features beautiful Tudor and Elizabethan architecture, and has been the choice filming location for three versions of Jane Eyre, Elizabeth, The Princess Bride, Pride & Prejudice and the BBC’s recent series, Gunpowder.
Home to Lord and Lady Edward Manners, and located in the heart of the Peak District’s national park, Haddon Hall is within easy reach of the towns of Bakewell and Matlock. Its cascading gardens give visitors an unrivalled view of the Hall’s incredible surroundings, and its most magnificent rooms – the Elizabethan Long Gallery and the Tudor Panelled Parlour – are both licensed for civil weddings. What’s more, in the summer months, you can make the most of the gardens, by marrying in the walled gardens’ very own garden pavilion.
Your Wedding Day
After the formalities of your wedding ceremony are complete, why not head over to the walled gardens (which have been recently redesigned by Arne Maynard, the Chelsea Gold Award winning landscape designer) and host an English tea party or glamorous drinks and canapes reception beneath a vintage marquee? Alternatively, mingle with your guests with a glass of champagne in the elegant Earl’s Apartments, or host a delicious lunch or dinner in the Haddon Restaurant.
Haddon Hall offers a truly bespoke wedding day, tailored completely to your needs. It's expert wedding team will be on hand throughout the planning period and on the special day to make it the wedding of your dreams.
"Love is the most important thing when getting married and at Haddon we understand that this applies to any two people and promise to ensure your wedding day is perfect in every way." Julie, Haddon Hall
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Bakewell, DE45 1BW