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Venue Details

A beautiful 19th century country house hotel perfect for Derbyshire, South Yorkshire or Peak District weddings.
Set amongst mature trees, acres of parkland with laid lawns and lots of secret gardens, Ringwood Hall Hotel boasts charming terraces and conservatories making it the perfect setting for your romantic occasion, and a wonderful backdrop for memorable photographs.
Ringwood Hall Hotel is truly a wedding venue for all seasons.
Consider planning your wedding with a seasonal theme and certainly not aim to plan for the weather. January and February can provide more sunshine sometimes than we might expect in the summer months.........and summer showers seem more likely than April showers these days.
We offer a whole range of wedding facilities and concepts. Design your own bespoke wedding celebrations with our guidance and assistance.
Take advantage of our seasonal packages which include in all cases, table dressings and chair covers, and in some cases, extra special "added value" like fireworks, chocolate fountains, live music.....to mention a few.
Our wedding team offer daytime, evening or weekend appointments to view, so call us on 01246 280077 for your showround. Alternatively we hold monthly wedding showcases with free admission and parking, where you can bring family and friends and view our exquisite licensed suites set for both civil ceremonies and wedding breakfasts. Dates for these wedding showcases are on our wedding pages on our website www.ringwoodhallhotel.com
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Fact file

  • Ringwood Hall Hotel` next Wedding Showcase is on Sunday 3rd January 2-5pm, and on Monday 4th January between 10.00am and 4p, Free admission and parking both days.
  • In 2012, 35% of all weddings took place in a Country House Hotel
  • Couples create a short list of 5 wedding venues
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Location

Ringwood Hall Hotel is conveniently located close to junctions 29 & 30 of the M1, on the A619 Worksop Road, between the villages of Brimington and Staveley. Watch out for the brown tourism signs on the approaches to the hotel