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Kelmarsh Hall, Northamptonshire


Civil Licence
Church Nearby
Exclusive Use
Small weddings
Car Parking

The feel

Kelmarsh Hall is a wonderful venue for a country wedding as it combines a practical ease that ensures your wedding plans are worry-free, with a romance and grace that will colour every aspect of your wedding day.

Kelmarsh Hall has a remarkably friendly and intimate atmosphere yet all the assured elegance of its eighteenth century architecture. Surrounded by its own estate and the Northamptonshire countryside, the Hall is settled in tranquil seclusion and a policy of exclusive use guarantees wedding parties the privacy and freedom to enjoy Kelmarsh Hall as if it were their own.

Licensed for civil ceremonies, Kelmarsh offers flexible wedding packages: from a simple ceremony followed by an informal drinks reception to a seated dinner for 100 guests followed by an evening reception and dancing for 150. For larger wedding parties, up to 500 guests can be accommodated in a luxury marquee to the front of the Hall. Even larger marquees can be accommodated beyond the lake at the back of the Hall.

If you would like to receive a wedding pack and/or would like to make an appointment to view the Hall, please contact the wedding team, who are always happy to discuss your ideas and requirements.

New for 2015 – The Orangery at Kelmarsh

The recently restored Orangery is now available for bookings and is licensed for civil ceremonies. With stunning views across the parkland and access to the beautiful Kelmarsh Gardens for photographs the Orangery is the perfect venue for intimate celebrations. The Orangery can seat up to 40 guests for a civil ceremony or up to 32 guests for a reception.


Reception capacity: 100 for sit down meal, 150 evening/buffet
Civil Licence: Yes
Church Nearby: Yes
Exclusive Use: Yes
Accommodation: No
Small weddings: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Dry hire availability: No
Onsite catering: No


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