New Hall Hotel & Spa…A Noble Retreat
An aristocratic setting where Henry VIII was guest of honour. Imposing oak-panelled rooms, welcoming open fires and sunny terraces the hotel is a truly unique backdrop for the most important of romantic occasions
A fine example of late mediaeval architecture, New Hall is truly majestic.
A manor house built by the Earl of Warwick as a hunting lodge in the 13th century and set in 26 acres of richly timbered land, thick pasture and elegant gardens, it is reputed to be England’s oldest inhabited moated house.
Of course every wedding is uniquely special and we believe your day should reflect this. Our team of dedicated co-ordinators will help take care of arrangements and the make the whole process seamless. Let us advise on everything from flowers to arrival by helicopter and, on the day itself, our experienced team will ensure the only ‘hitch’ is the one you have planned.
Choose your setting….our historic Great Chamber is ideal for your ceremony with our Garden Pavilion for your wedding breakfast and evening reception. We can adapt the layout, set the theme and bring your dream to life.
The Great Chamber – for the ultimate day to remember, enjoy a wonderful combination of romance and history; the Great Chamber creates the perfect backdrop for your ceremony. Built for King Henry VIII in the 1300s, this magnificent room has oak panelled walls, an ornately decorated ceiling and grand paintings which provide a magical atmosphere for your guests.
The Garden Pavilion – situated in the grounds of New Hall with imposing views of the hotel and gardens: the Garden Pavilion is perfect for your wedding breakfast and evening reception. It is a truly versatile room which makes it ideal for any colour or theme for your wedding and includes a private bar, dance floor and cloakrooms.