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On the edge of the Peak District, nestled in-between Chesterfield and Sheffield, you will find the exquisite Dunston Hall.
A Grade II listed home, both inside and out, Dunston Hall is where memories are made and treasured.
While the home dates back to 1571, it has been immaculately restored in 2020, meaning it has all the character and charm of its original 16th-century features, but with the added luxury of high-quality, modern living.
Whichever the celebration, we are confident Dunston Hall has the answer.
Available for weddings, bespoke events and private hire, this unique home can accommodate up to 23 guests in 10 bedrooms
Dunston Hall Estate also includes a neighbouring Garden Centre and Bistro which you are welcome to visit and enjoy.
Choosing Dunston Hall means you will have exclusive use of the house and five-acres of grounds during your stay.
Ready to begin the weekend of dreams in style? Why not greet your guests under the 16th-century archway with a bottle of champagne in hand.
While we will be here for everything you may need during your stay, the role of Lord and Lady of Dunston Hall will be yours.
Your Wedding at Dunston Hall.
Curate the wedding of your dreams at Dunston Hall.
Your day, your way.
Dunston Hall is a bespoke wedding experience, reimagined.
Take away restrictions, limited packages and fixed prices, we understand that your wedding day needs to feel as unique as you are.
With us, you can craft the wedding of your dreams from start to finish
Want to get married in the garden?
We can do it.
Want an intimate pre-wedding dinner with the bridal party?
A three-course meal or a hog roast?
No request is too far-fetched and no dream unimaginable at Dunston Hall.
We are here to listen, understand what makes you tick and give you the confidence and support you will need on your special day.
Draped in jewel-toned elegance, the library is a room for kicking back in the afternoon in front of the fire.
From the antique furnishings, leather chesterfield sofas and sixty-inch TV screen to the bay window, velvet curtains and classic English books
Our Drawing Room is a versatile space in the home for you to enjoy. Take your afternoon tea while enjoying the views of the grounds or begin your evening with a pre-dinner tipple as the sun begins to set
The beating heart of the home, the kitchen has been restored into a modern masterpiece, while still in-keeping with the country-style of the estate. Marble-topped kitchen surfaces, country tables made from reclaimed scaffolding, lime-wash beech dining chairs are suitably matched with high-quality appliances
A room truly fit for the Lord and Lady of the manor, our grand dining room is aching to be filled with laughter. Seating up to 40 guests, you and your closest family and friends will be sure to make lasting memories as you enjoy a candlelit stately dinner
As if transported to the 16th-century of which the estate originates, the grounds echo the grandeur and historic-feel of the home. Hidden just behind the entrance, a sleepy willow falls softly over a small lake, the most picturesque and peaceful of spots to enjoy doing nothing except taking in your spectacular surroundings. The enclosed wall garden feels as much fantastical as it does a traditional, English bolthole
The old apple tree, immaculately manicured lawns and the borders of hydrangeas and ivy reaching high across the Derbyshire stone walls make this a serene spot to entertain guests. Enjoy as a quiet oasis during the day with a spot of croquet, or see it transformed in the evening as waiters drift effortlessly through a crowd of guests dressed in their finery, serving drinks and canapes just before the music and dancing begins