Price includes: Exclusive hire of Tissington Hall for the day of the wedding from (8am-midnight); use of the Hall for your ceremony, photographs and drinks reception (April to October); unlimited use of their 5 acre gardens; use of the custom-built Pavilion semi-permanent marquee (April to October); use of the Carriage House for your reception from (November to April); a suitable place for the Bridal party to prepare; furniture for the ceremony and reception; wedding planner.
Additional costs: Honeymoon Suite, food and drink and additional accommodation.
We’ve been preparing our venue for the return of events and are happy to announce we can safely host venue showrounds and weddings under the current Covid-secure guidelines.
Tissington Hall is nestled in the middle of the picturesque Peak District National Park, an unrivalled location with beautiful country views.
Approximately 5 miles from the market town of Ashbourne, Tissington is one hour away by car from Birmingham and Manchester and 30 minutes from Derby. The nearest mainline train station is Derby with regular connections to London St Pancras International (1 hour 35 minutes).
If you are looking for an exquisite venue, that is in an exceptionally stunning part of the UK, then you are perfectly matched to Tissington Hall.
Tissington Hall is the prominent feature of the quintessential, Derbyshire village of Tissington. A rural, unspoilt beauty spot – it is peppered with lime trees, pretty cottages, a duck pond, and five wells.
Many of their couples choose Tissington Hall to host their wedding, because of their love of the village and its stunning surroundings.
A beautiful mix of enchanting history – with a twist of modern refinement – originally built by Francis FitzHerbert, this historical home has been in the FitzHerbert family for over 400 years and they feel privileged to share it with you on your wedding day.
The Main Hall itself is licenced to hold civil marriages and civil partnerships (90)– as is the East Drawing Room (50) that overlooks the beautiful parkland. Alternatively, if sunny skies allow, you can hold your service on their exquisite Terrace Arcade (120).
If you would like a religious wedding ceremony, the Grade II listed church of St Mary’s is a stone’s throw away from Tissington Hall. This 12th Century place of worship is simply delightful – and steeped in fascinating, Norman history. After your church service, it is just a five-minute stroll back to Tissington Hall to celebrate your special day.
Whether you hold your ceremony here, or across the parkland at St Mary’s, this venue offers the perfect reception locations. From April to October the custom semi-permanent marquee on site has been specifically designed to house a fabulous celebration in the gardens. The Arboretum Pavilion marquee offers gorgeous panoramic views across the parkland. It is finished to the highest standard with a stunning crystal chandelier and starlit ceiling which produce a relaxed, romantic atmosphere.
The Pavilion can accommodate up to 150 guests for Wedding Breakfast and they have two exclusive caterers. Upper Crust Caterers & The Red Olive create bespoke menus with outstanding food with ingredients of the highest standard.
For more intimate weddings over the winter months they are delighted to introduce their recently renovated 18th century Carriage House that has been sympathetically restored, retaining many of its original features and can accommodate up to 60 people for your wedding breakfast and reception.
Their welcoming, professional team has over 15 years’ experience of planning and hosting weddings and will use this expertise to ensure your day is perfect.
A stunning venue with amazing photo opportunities, Tissington Hall is a perfect location for a memorable day.