The stylish setting of Kelmarsh Hall lends itself perfectly to a wedding reception, however you picture your day. The Saloon can accommodate up to 70 guests for the wedding breakfast and the Ballroom up to 100. For an evening reception up to 175 guests can celebrate with you, with dancing in the Ballroom to a band, disco or even a ceilidh.
Couples can make full use of the romantic gardens for a drinks reception and photography and there is also the opportunity to have live music outside, overlooking panoramic views of the Northamptonshire countryside. We offer competitive packages to include all your drinks for the day or you may prefer to choose a drinks reception package and your wine from our wine list.
We have three preferred caterers, all of whom we have worked with many times over the years, enabling you to relax in the knowledge they will deliver a high standard of service and excellent quality food. Our preferred caterers will work with you to create a bespoke menu, from a formal Wedding Breakfast or a more relaxed Afternoon Tea or barbecue.
***LATE AVAILABILITY OFFERS - 2016***
If you can't wait to say 'I do', speak to our team about our late availability offers on selected dates in 2016. Click here for more details.
"We had a truly amazing day, the venue and grounds made for a perfect setting and the staff were fantastic. They listened to what we wanted and the day was seamless. We would recommend Kelmarsh as the perfect setting for a perfect day."
Suzanne & Conrad, Leicestershire
"Our wedding day was even better than we imagined, everything ran so smoothly and the sun even decided to come out. Our guests have not stopped raving about Kelmarsh and how beautiful it is, we couldn't have chosen a better venue. Thanks for all your help, organisation and keeping me calm throughout the whole process."
Kerry & Jonathan, Buckinghamshire
Photographs used with kind permission from Arabella Carter-Johnson Photography, Ian Bursill Photography, James Corbett Photographer, Jeni Bailey Photography, Sarah Vivienne Photography and Nigel Ord-Smith Photography.