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Stubton Hall Hotel

Fabulous venue for dream weddings or private events.

Stubton Hall Hotel, an elegant Regency house on the borders of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire, has recently been restored and is the perfect venue for dream weddings and stylish private parties, as well as hosting corporate events.

PERFECT PLACE FOR CELEBRATIONS

This 19th century house is situated in twenty-four acres of park and gardens on the edge of a small village. Only five miles from Newark and its fast rail connection to London (just over an hour), Stubton Hall makes the ideal place for a celebration. Lovingly restored to its former glory, Kent and Claire Brainerd have painstakingly brought the house back to life. It’s not a hotel as such but a charming home where you can hold a party and have the house and grounds all to yourself.

SENSE OF PLACE

As you turn off the road into the grounds at Stubton Hall, you definitely feel you have arrived. The Brainerds have given this historic house a sense of place. Around each corner, there is an ever better vista, whether it’s the graceful staircase in the house, the formal canal and lake or the pillared orangery, providing numerous photo opportunities.

Stubton Hall has four generously sized reception rooms and orangery that seats 200, making it a superb location for civil partnerships and weddings, conferences and sit-down dinners. The interiors are exceptional and worthy of a House & Garden spread. Fine paintings and furniture, comfortable chairs and large sofas all add to the relaxing ambience.

Each of the fifteen bedrooms has been individually designed with superb attention to detail - comfortable beds, crisp linen, flatscreen TVs, fluffy towels and REN Skincare products in the bathrooms. The Photo Gallery gives an idea of this truly sumptuous house and all that it offers.

The summer of 2009 has seen the hotel busy with weddings and parties. Full details of  holding an event at Stubton can be found on the site, along with sample menus and prices. The Brainerds have also been the subject of a programme in the television series, Hotel Rescue, with Ruth Watson.