About Nestled amongst the wild rolling Derbyshire countryside, and within close distance to the Peak District lies Kedleston Country House. The Kedleston Country House was built by famous architect Robert Adam, formerly being utilised as a coaching in for Kedleston Hall which he also built. During the 19th century, the inn was used as a farmhouse but was then reverted back to a hotel in 1967 as it stands today. Lovingly restored, this stunning country manor has five exclusive bedrooms that are stylishly furnished. The remarkable structure and scenic gardens make this venue an ideal location for an unforgettable wedding day, providing a cosy ambience in winter and tranquil atmosphere for summer. Facilities The Orangery This is a remarkable room flooded with natural light and boasts outstanding views of the Derbyshire countryside. This versatile space can be transformed throughout your day, from your intimate civil ceremony to your roaring reception. Decorated with vintage finds and greenery, this room is a beautiful fusion of modernity and antiquity. Ceremony capacity - 70 guests Wedding Breakfast capacity - 70 guests Reception capacity - 120 guests The Restaurant Perfect for a more intimate ceremonies, this classic room features stunning décor including oak floors and grand Georgian windows. Ceremony capacity - 50 guests Wedding Breakfast capacity - 50 guests Reception capacity - 50 guests Outdoor Marquee For larger celebrations, a marquee can be erected in the outdoor area of the venue, an ideal choice for weddings in warmer months. Wedding Breakfast capacity - 200 guests Reception capacity - 240 guests The Georgian Gardens are the perfect place for drinks reception, with croquet lawns for your guests to play garden games. The back lit plants will create an atmospheric ambience during twilight when night falls.