About Cressbrook Hall is a Tudor-style mansion built in 1835 during the reign of William IV. Boasting historic features, this country property has been home to the Hull-Bailey family for 30 years and has been through a magnificent restoration exposing its natural grandeur and charm. Bobby Hull-Bailey and her daughter Harriet have lovingly returned the property to its original beauty, allowing other people to enjoy it for weddings, anniversaries, private occasions and corporate events. Facilities Cressbrook Hall offer four diverse indoor spaces including the Inner Hall, the Dining Room, the Orangery and the Granary. They also offer one outdoor space in the Floral Arcade to host your celebrations. This venue offers a maximum ceremony and wedding breakfast capacity of 92 guests and a maximum evening capacity of 150 guests. The Orangery Showcasing the magnificent views across the River Wye, the Orangery is a romantic and picturesque space to exchange your vows. Restored to its 19th century elegance, this room offers immediate access to the formal gardens. Capacity - 53 guests The Granary If you're planning an intimate gathering, this space offers the perfect atmosphere to say 'I do' in a candle-lit ceremony, surrounded by your closest friends and family. The Granary has direct access to the Conservatory to make space for additional guests.