Popular wedding venue Kelmarsh Hall has expanded its wedding offer, unveiling its newly refurbished Orangery.

Set in beautiful countryside surroundings, the manor’s newly restored Orangery features views across the parkland and access to the gardens. Licensed for civil ceremonies, the 18th century structure can accommodate up to 40 guests for the service or intimate parties of up to 32 guests.

For weddings held in the luxury Northamptonshire country house itself, Kelmarsh Hall will congratulate happy couples by including a complimentary toast for each 2015 wedding party booked before the end of January. The grand Saloon, dressed with opulent chandeliers and polished oak floorboards, has stunning views across the ornamental lake and beyond while the elegant Victorian Ballroom can host a sumptuous Wedding Breakfast for up to 100 guests.

An all-inclusive package including food and drink and candelabra table centerpieces is also available for all remaining dates in January, February and March 2015, for 50 guests from £6,995.

Kelmarsh Hall’s immaculate gardens, Grade II* listed by English Heritage, can be used for drinks receptions, live outdoor music and photo shoots, taking place against a stunning backdrop overlooking the surrounding parkland. Couples are also able to hire a marquee on the South Lawn for larger wedding parties of up to 500 guests.

Lesley Denton, general manager at Kelmarsh Hall, says: “We pride ourselves on Kelmarsh Hall’s beautiful décor and its idyllic countryside location. We are delighted to be able to offer more choice to brides and grooms looking to find the perfect venue and offer a little something extra in return to help celebrate their special day.”

Kelmarsh Hall has a portfolio of high quality preferred suppliers, from florists, photographers, musicians, hair and beauty specialists and bridal wear, through to caterers who can provide a range of food options.

Notes to editors

Address: Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens, Kelmarsh, Northampton, Northants, NN6 9LY

Telephone: 01604 686543

Website: www.kelmarsh.com

Kelmarsh Hall is a Grade I listed country house built in 1732. The Kelmarsh Estate is now in the care of a charitable trust, charged with maintaining it in perpetuity for the benefit of the nation. In 2004, Kelmarsh (Events) Limited was set up as a commercial arm of the business to support the Charitable Trust.

The Kelmarsh Trust main aims and undertakings are to:

•    Conserve and manage the built and natural environment

•    Promote education about the hall, the estate and its natural history

•    Provide public access

The Kelmarsh Trust was registered as a charity on 12th September 1986 and is governed by a Board of Trustees.