Kedleston Hall is a splendid 18th-century neo-classical hall, designed by the famous architect Robert Adam. It was built to impress and astound all who visited. The Hall has a series of magnificent state rooms, including the Saloon, Marble Hall and Library.
The picturesque setting of the house includes gardens, parkland, lakes, cascades and a classical bridge. Kedleston Hall has easy access to Derby.
The Saloon is a huge domed rotunda, which is Roman in inspiration. The room was traditionally used for balls and to impress guests to Kedleston.
The Saloon at Kedleston Hall is licensed for civil wedding ceremonies for up to 120 guests. Photographs can be taken on the South Lawn.
Celebrations then can continue within a quirky Tipi or a romantic Marquee set within the stunning grounds of Kedleston Hall.
The South Lawn, Caesars’ Hall and the North Forecourt are available for a post-ceremony reception. Caesars’ Hall and the Old Kitchen Restaurant are both available for buffet receptions and sit-down meals. Marquee site hire available.
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Directions by car:
All traffic should aim for intersection of A52/ A38, and follow A38 (north). Take first exit (by Derby University) and continue along Kedleston Road towards Quarndon
Directions by public transport:
Arriva 109 Derby–Ashbourne, calls at the Hall summer Saturdays only, otherwise alight the Smithy, 1 mile
Duffield 3½ miles; Derby 5½ miles