Kimberley Hall is a romantic Queen Anne house built in 1712
Kimberley Hall, NR18 0RS
01603 759 447 | www.kimberleyhall.co.uk
A romantic Queen Anne house built in 1712, Kimberley Hall offers breathtaking views of a vast lake and private park designed by Capability Brown. The house is distinguished by a classical redbrick façade and a symphony of colour when illuminated at night. It boasts central pediments, curved colonnades, wings, turrets, and architectural features that provide it with its unique character.
When choosing this big-day venue, you will benefit from a wine and food tasting, a choice of caterers, in-house advice and a professional wedding planner. What’s more, there’s ample accommodation for 40 guests in the main house or cottages on the estate, including four-poster beds and a Drummonds double shower in the bridal suite, which has a raised bath to enjoy spectacular views of the romantic lake and beautiful landscape.
Celebrate in style
The Music Room, where the wedding ceremony traditionally takes place, is a light and elegant space with historic plaster work that connects onward to the garden via a beautiful spiral staircase capped by a coffered dome. The garden may be accessed via a hexagonal room adjacent to the Music Room that links to the stylish West Wing entertainment space via a spacious curved colonnade and contemporary bar. Your ceremony may also take place as a duo ceremony on the rear manicured lawn.
Multiple options exist for the reception, both inside and outside on the terraced garden among the yew trees overlooking the historic park with its romantic lake and ancient oaks.
If your numbers exceed the maximum capacity of the West Wing, then a marquee can be hired amongst the ancient yew trees in the rear garden.
New for 2023 is an underground nightclub with vaulted rooms in the cellars with a late licence to go beyond midnight.