Noseley hall is able to seat up to 110 people at round tables using a combination of the Library and the Oak Hall, these spacious rooms interconnect with large double doors. The Dining Room is able to seat up to 60 people at either round or rectangular tables. Dancing can take place in a marquee attached to the house or in the Stone Hall.
If you require a wedding breakfast for over 110 it is necessary to erect a marquee on the front lawn or the Chapel lawn. Loos are provided in the Hall for numbers up to 150 (including evening guests), should this number be exceeded mobile loos need to be hired.
It is also possible to hold a Service of Blessing in the C13th Chapel in the grounds of Noseley Hall. A vicar with organist and choir would conduct the service; costings for this are by arrangement with the vicar. We can give you the name of a vicar who will conduct the service and can arrange for a choir.
Noseley Hall was built by Sir Arthur Hazlerigg in 1729, in an exceptional position overlooking the famous rolling Leicestershire grasslands. The Hall has panoramic views that are unrivalled in this part of the country.
The house is still the private home of the Hazlerigg family who have lived on the site since 1419.
The peacefulness of the setting, just 65 minutes by train from London, makes Noseley the perfect setting for a variety of exclusive functions.
It is the perfect wedding reception venue in the beautiful Leicestershire countryside.
The Hall is always hired on an exclusive basis
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Directions by car:
Noseley is 12 miles east of Leicester and 8 miles north east of Market Harborough, just off the B6047 (Melton Mowbray road), and is clearly marked from the hamlet of Three Gates.
Directions by public transport:
Regular Intercity 125 High Speed trains from London (58 mins) and the north stop at both Market Harborough (10 mins) and Leicester (10 mins).
Leicester Airport (10 mins) can handle private planes.
Helicopters can be landed on the front lawn.
Journey times by road:
Leicester 20 mins, Northampton 30 mins, Nottingham 40 mins, London 2 hours (easy access via the A1, M1, M69 and the A14)