Arnot Hill House, Arnold Registration Office
It is easy to see why Arnot Hill House is a spectacular wedding venue. Yet, surprisingly, it gives couples the option of a wonderful dream wedding without breaking the bank. This impressive building is located a stone’s throw from Nottingham city centre in the East Midlands. Set in the traditional landscaped gardens of Arnot Hill Park, the whole scene provides the perfect backdrop for wedding day memories and will certainly create the “wow” factor for visiting guests.
Arnot Hill Park has been awarded the Green Flag for the best open space/parklands. It’s not difficult to see why as it boasts a magnificent lake with fountain and an ornate rose garden, making it perfect for those special wedding photographs.
The house itself is no less impressive. The ceremony room has grand features in keeping with its Grade II listing, a lake view and can accommodate up to 80 people (restrictions apply, please ask for more information).
With onsite car parking, easy access to Nottingham city centre and main transport links it is easy to see why couples are snapping up bookings for what is a unique but affordable wedding ceremony at beautiful Arnot Hill House.
Car parking and access
Monday – Friday: free parking for up to 2 hours is available just inside the entrance to Arnot Hill Park. Arnot Hill House is then a short walk up the hill.
Saturday: free parking is available behind Arnot Hill House.
Access into the building is at ground level.
It's important to talk to our registrars about the availability of dates and times since conditions apply.
To book a date and time for your ceremony at this venue contact the South Registration Office
Arnot Hill park grounds are managed by Gedling Borough Council, therefore, the use of confetti is not permitted and we have no control over access to the grounds. The grounds are open to the public and at certain times throughout the year host public events. Whilst we make every effort to advise you of any known events taking place, it is your responsibility to check this well in advance with Gedling Borough Council. The grounds are accessible from dawn to dusk.