Sutton Bonington Hall is a Grade II* Queen Anne period country property and wedding venue situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Sutton Bonington, across the East Midlands, close to the borders of Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
This enchanting family home is available on an exclusive use basis for a select number of days each year for weddings and private events. Built to entertain, the house has welcomed Monarchy, Prime Ministers and many noteworthy individuals.
The Hall offers four large Reception Rooms and six classically designed Bedrooms, each with individual Bathrooms overlooking magnificient gardens or landscaped parkland.
The History of Sutton Bonington Hall
The Hall has always played an important part in Sutton Bonington’s village history and was enthusiastically reviewed by Nikoulaus Pevsner in the ‘Buildings of England’.
This friendly family home was built early in the 1700s for the Parkyns family. In 1825 it was purchased by William Paget and has been in the same family ever since. Over the years many important visitors have been welcomed into the Hall including Enoch Powell, Edward Heath and Alan Wicker, but probably of greatest note would be Queen Mary who both visited and stayed here as a family friend and Godmother.
The beautifully landscaped gardens which make the ideal backdrop for truly memorable photographs were designed by Lady Paget and mark the divide between the two original villages of Sutton and Bonington.