About Colwick Hall Hotel
Colwick Hall Hotel is a stunning Palladian style Georgian country mansion that is surrounded by over 60 acres of parkland. It provides a great backdrop for photography with its many landscaped gardens and fountains. With an impressive history, it dates back to Saxon times and was once home to Lord Byron. It is conveniently located two miles from Nottingham City Centre and features a grand entrance that overlooks the Nottingham racecourse. The Colwick Hall is licensed for civil ceremonies and has been since 1776.
Facilities and capacity
The Lakeside Pavilion is a spectacular marquee that can accommodate up to 500 guests. It is adjacent to a lake and features views of the country park. Extra perks include its own garden area, private bar facility and dance floor. Another option is the Grand Ball Room which presents four well proportioned ionic pillars and a hand painted ceiling. It can seat up to 80 people in a theatre style facing the Registrar with an aisle down the middle. It holds a dining area in which their executive chef will prepare an a la carte menu for a fine dining experience for.
You can be greeted into the reception area if you choose to book their Champagne Lounge, which holds original stone floors and overlooks their lake and other impressive country surroundings. It is well suited for a drink reception due to its extensive bar.
Weddings can be arranged with them on the weekends. You will able to work with their Wedding Planner and staff as you handle all of the details of your celebration. They can also host cultural weddings. Their Indian chefs and experienced service team will deliver precisely what you're asking for.
A drink reception can be arranged in the Champagne Louge while a wedding breakfast can be held in The Grand Ballroom and an evening buffet reception can take place in the Lakeside Pavillion. They will provide a first class service for intimate civil ceremonies, traditional wedding breakfasts and receptions as well as large Greek or Indian weddings.
Their cozy bedrooms all maintain a luxurious and heavenly feel as they boast palatial designs and rich decorations such as original fireplaces, period furniture and exquisite bathrooms, many of which that feature central baths and gorgeous fittings.
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