This magnificent Restoration period (1685-88) house provides a majestic setting for your memorable occasion.
Belton greets the visitor as a magisterial presence, embodying on the outside everything that is expected of a country house, beauty of line and symmetry, sobriety of tone and colour, the reassurance of timeless tranquility
Internally a greater diversity is apparent. Opulence pervades the restraint encountered outside. Richness glitters in silver gilt sconces, giltwood pier glasses and monstrous marble topped tables.
Wedding ceremonies take place in the:
Marble Hall - the grand entrance hall, reserved for only the most honoured guests in times gone by, has grained oak wood panelling and a black and white squared marble floor. The walls feature limewood carvings and family portraits.
Tapestry Room - a more intimate room, the centrepiece being the Wyatville fireplace, surrounded by tapestries dating from the early eighteenth century, this room also features the Bluthner boudoir grand piano.
Following the ceremony wedding parties may then move through the Saloon into the beautiful formal gardens for photographs and a champagne toast on the north terrace.
Belton House is a magical setting for your special day; we pride ourselves on our reputation, which is based on our adaptability and expertise in helping you plan your special day within an historic house. Our friendly staff will be available on the day to assist in the smooth running of your wedding.
If you would like to get married in the opulent surroundings of Belton House, ceremonies can take place on Mondays and Tuesdays, from the 1 April to 31 October.
Type of Cuisine:
Champagne Toast: £2.50 per head (min. £100): Includes use of gardens for immediate post-ceremony champagne toast (including provision of tables, linen and NT staff to serve drinks). Corkage for alcoholic drinks (if own wine or champagne is used) £5 per bottle. Restaurant Reception: Prices and sample menus are available for hot or cold buffets and full sit-down meals in our Stables Restaurant. Marquee Reception: External caterers may be used but must be audited by the National Trust. We have a c
Directions by car:
We are situated 3 miles north-east of Grantham on the A607 Grantham-Lincoln road, easily reached and signposted from the A1.
Directions by public transport:
Bus services: Road Car (1) Grantham-Lincoln. MassReliance (609) Grantham-Sleaford. By train: Grantham station 3ml