Say I do at Hardwick

Hardwick provides a magical setting for your big day. If you yearn for the perfect historical setting mixing Elizabethan magic, romance and glamour then Hardwick will be your perfect venue.

With its impressive house and inspirational gardens, Hardwick is the ideal setting to celebrate your wedding in style. This stunning Elizabethan mansion, built by Bess of Hardwick in the 1590s and remarkably unchanged since, provides the perfect backdrop for your special day.

We are delighted to be working with Honeysuckle and Castle to deliver weddings at Hardwick. Partnership with Honeysuckle and Castle allows us to provide the very best to you on your special day. To make an enquiry about a wedding at Hardwick please contact Honeysuckle and Castle on 01332 460122 or send en enquiry here

Create your perfect wedding day with Honeysuckle and Castle at Hardwick
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Take your vows in the atmospheric Entrance Hall. The magnificent Entrance Hall, hung with Elizabethan tapestries, provides an atmospheric location for civil ceremonies and partnerships and seats up to 70 guests. Use the gallery for a string quartet to serenade you or use our facilities for your own musical preferences.

The East Court Rose garden, with a beautiful view across the grounds, is a stunning location for a celebratory drinks reception. The wedding couple the opportunity to use the Long Gallery and High Great Chamber as stunning backdrops for photographs. Or you might like to take some romantic photos in the walled gardens and orchard while your guests enjoy the colourful plant borders.

Extend your celebrations after the ceremony and use Hardwick as your reception venue.

After your drinks and canapés in the East Court Rose Garden, you and your guests can saunter across the Ha-Ha to the Wine Glass field and into your personally decorated marquee. There you can enjoy your wedding breakfast, toasts, music and dancing until carriages at Midnight.

For further information please contact Honeysuckle and Castle at honeysuckleandcastle.co.uk