Holme Pierrepont Hall is an early Tudor Monor House nestling quietly near the River Trent on the outskirts of West Bridgford, Nottingham. The building which dates from 1500 has the earliest brickwork in the county. Built by Sir William Pierrepont, and still lived in by his descendents, the house is set in thirty acres of Park and Gardens and is available on an exclusive basis.
Guests enter through the front door where they walk down the Courtyard Garden. The rooms available are the Long Gallery, Drawing Room and Ball Room with French windows leading out into the beautifully landscaped East Garden.
This place is not a hotel, it is a private house where everyone is welcome and delicious locally sourced food is provided and excellent service from the Brackenbury family and staff.
The Long Gallery can seat up to 120 people to a wedding breakfast. Around 150 people can be catered for during the evening reception. We have three rooms registered for Civil Ceremonies ranging from seating 35 up to 120 guests.
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