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Blakesley Hall

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  • From £75 per hour
  • 60 people
  • Stechford Rail station. Number 11 & 97 bus routes
  • 12m² (130ft²)

Spaces in Blakesley Hall

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60 Theatre


From From £175.00 / Minimum Spend

The Gallery space at Blakesley Hall is located in the modern visitors centre at the entrance to the site. A clean and bright space with high ceilings and underfloor heating, the gallery provides a perfect space for meetings, presentations and training sessions. The entrance to the Gallery provides an open view of the picturesque gardens and of the Great Hall itself, while the space can also be closed off for private functions. The proximity to our tearoom means a tea or coffee are never far away.

60 Standing


From From £1,000.00 / Venue Fee

Our 17th century barn offers a traditional setting for a wedding ceremony, with original oak beams, flagstone floors and grand barn doors that open out onto the courtyard with splendid views of the eastern aspect of the hall. The barn is located adjacent to our traditional herb garden with access to separate entry gates so that you can arrive at the ceremony in style. This space can accommodate up to 60 people for the ceremony

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40 Wedding

Great Hall

From From £1,000.00 / Venue Fee

Blakesley Hall is the perfect setting for your special day. Walk beneath the wisteria clad porch entrance into the house, through the original door and back in time into the Great Hall. The Hall is finely furnished in the 17th century style and provides a wonderful, atmospheric setting for the ceremony. The happy couple will sign the register on the 'long table', a surviving item listed on the 1684 Blakesley Hall inventory.

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About Blakesley Hall

Located some six miles east of the city centre, Blakesley Hall (Grade II* listed) is a delightfully restored timber-framed Elizabethan house set amidst idyllic grounds and with fine period interiors. Built in 1590 for Richard Smallbroke, Blakesley Hall provides a marvellous insight into the social aspirations of the Tudor middle-classes. The delightful grounds are a sight to behold throughout the seasons. With formal lawns, a traditional herb garden, an orchard and herbaceous borders, the site offers excellent opportunity for photographs. Modern gallery, barn & Great Hall available for hire.