About Scampston Hall
Scampston Hall, a privately-owned home and wedding venue, offers serene gardens, beautiful parkland scenery, and excellent services. Choose from three receptions halls to host your celebration, each offering a unique backdrop to your wedding day. This 17th Century home can accommodate your needs through planning and menu options for breakfast and canapé receptions. With extensive space, the opportunities to create an elegant and memorable wedding are endless.
Facilities and capacity
Scampston Hall has three reception rooms that offer excellent decor, and spacious grounds for your celebration. Choose between the Drawing Room, Dining Room, and the South Library, all accompanied by a stunning view of the parkland. The floor-to-ceiling windows offer immediate access to the gardens. Each reception room can host up to 100 friends and family. There is also a marquee with access to the gardens, offering space for up to 500 guests. Brides will have the luxury of utilizing the South Bow bedroom of the house where they can enjoy a peaceful view of the garden. A Georgian, spiral staircase provides the opportunity for a grand entrance.
Scampston Hall provides licensed wedding ceremonies and celebrations for civil unions, and multi-cultural weddings. They will provide you with a proper wedding breakfast, canapé reception, luxurious and quality dinner menus, as well as dance accommodations. You will also be given the option of working with the venue's wedding coordinator. From the early stages, to the very last sip of champagne, a coordinator can assist you every step of the way. They are dedicated to delivering the best wedding event that will accommodate your style, needs, and budget.
Purchased by the St. Quintin Family in the 17th Century, Scampston Hall has remained in the family until this day. It was built around the 1700s and remodelled by Thomas Leverton between 1795 and 1800. Through redecoration in 1860 and in 1910, Sir Charles and Lady Legard were up against a challenge of remodelling it to meet contemporary needs in the 1900s. Christopher and Miranda Legard currently own the estate, and hold it to the highest of standards through maintenance.
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