Sandon Hall, ancestral home of the Earls of Harrowby, sits astride high ground overlooking the Trent valley. Completed in 1854, the imposing Hall, with its 50-acre formal gardens, is a grand, yet tranquil, setting.
Guest’s cannot fail to be impressed by the mile-long drive that meanders through the 400-acre rolling parkland before the Neo-Jacobean Hall. Easy access to Junction 14 on the M6 and less than 20 minutes drive from Stafford train station.
Sandon Hall is Staffordshire’s most exclusive Country House venue built in the grand Neo-Jacobean style by William Burn, surrounded by four hundred acres of parkland and a stunning fifty acre pleasure garden.
The beautiful interiors have just undergone a historic restoration. Now complete, they achieve a sophisticated fusion of light spacious elegance and grandeur, with the main saloon offering the perfect backdrop for any event. This splendid venue will transport you back in time, with the scent of roses filling the conservatory, the old library looking out onto the gardens and the drawing room with its original hand-painted Chinese wallpaper.
At Sandon Hall they offer full exclusivity for your event. Their versatile approach means you are encouraged to create your dream day, using as much or as little of the space as you like. The dedicated team will ensure an exceptional level of service covering every aspect of your wedding, with in-house floristry, bespoke menu planning, event coordination and above all, unrivalled attention to detail.