Rossington Hall is a privately owned stately home set in a fabulous country estate. Restored to the highest possible standard, its state rooms are available for weddings and celebrations for parties from as small as 12, to a grand banquet for 150 people.
Steeped in history, the present house is a lost treasure of architecture and was built around 1880 by the Streatfield family. It has since been a training college for missionary priests for Africa and occupied by an Indian regiment and the Royal Veterinary Corps during WW2.
From the minute you first glimpse this secluded venue, after your journey along the tree lined avenue, you will fall in love with it: it is the very picture of a romantic country house. A house, that should you want it, can be yours alone for the whole weekend. Rossington Hall is one of very few venues in our region which can offer you the luxury of exclusive use.
Set in 250 acres, filled with majestic oaks and impressive red-woods (and the resident wildlife of course), the grounds of our secluded country estate are perfect for photographs, exchanging your vows, champagne picnics or simply to wander around and enjoy. The tranquillity of a lovely walled garden, which leads onto a once hidden Italian sunken garden, can be accessed from the drawing room through its huge french windows, and the beautiful rose garden are perfect settings for relaxing moments.
For further information about our state rooms and grounds and how you can enjoy them, please see the links to the right.