Holme Pierrepont Hall
An early Tudor Manor House built in 1500 by Sir William Pierrepont and still a family home lived in by his descendants, it is the earliest brick building in Nottingham, set in parkland and gardens, five minutes drive from Trent Bridge.
The house can hold up to 110 sitting down to eat and can manage up to 150 for the evening reception.
It is also possible to have a marquee in the grounds holding up to 500 people.
To book a registrar for this venue contact the South Registration Team.