Rossington Hall -what a venue!
Next door to the Northern Racing College with its beautiful fireplaces and staircase, horse paintings and velvet furniture, this 19th Century Grade II listed stately home with 250 acre estate is in my opinion nothing short of fabulous.
Purchased by its current owners in 2011, they have evidently taken a lot of time, care and attention to detail in restoring the building to how it might have looked when it was first built, even down to the wallpapers ordered specifically from America.
Civil Ceremonies at Rossington Hall
There are 3 options for civil ceremonies at Rossington Hall – the Dining Room with its fabulous ceilings and fireplace, the bright and airy library or the amazing ballroom.
The ballroom is the opulent setting for the evening reception, complete with amazing lighting.
It’s not often I will report back about a venue’s facilities but I HAVE to show you these, I was literally speechless when I saw them. Purple velvet and a spiral staircase aren’t your usual lavatorial decoration! See for yourself…
Staying overnight at Rossington Hall
For those lucky enough to book the hall out for their event, there are beautiful, breath-taking rooms for not only the bride and groom but 6 other rooms for their honoured guests.
Although it was a freezing cold January day the gardens still looked lovely and are a wedding photographer’s dream! I particularly liked the wooded areas and fabulous trees.
Rossington Hall itself feels very opulent and luxuious. Dark and atmospheric in areas while bright and airy in others. Beautiful.
I will leave you to have a virtual look around and see what I saw.
GETTING THERE – one word of warning – don’t believe your satnav, mine tried to take me down a dirt track. I found it best to go through Bawtry and follow the satnav for Mount Pleasant and it took me right to the Northern Racing College, where you turn into the drive, pass the Riding for the Disabled, go around the roundabout and follow the signs for the hall car park.