Cressbrook Hall

About Cressbrook Hall

Set amidst 23 acres of park and woodland with spectacular views over the waters of Water-cum-Jolly Dale in the Derbyshire Peak, Cressbrook Hall is a stunning and secluded venue for weddings, anniversaries, family reunions, private occasions and corporate events.

This Tudor-style mansion, built in 1835 during the reign of William IV, is certainly impressive. Yet behind its magnificent facade the atmosphere is warm and welcoming, evoking all the comforts of a gracious country home - as indeed it is.

The Hull-Bailey family have lived in and managed Cressbrook Hall for over 30 years. Bobby Hull-Bailey and her daughter Harriet have been lovingly restoring its grandeur so that other people can share in its beauty and majestic charm.

Cressbrook Hall is no ordinary venue - the first sight of it will take your breath away. But there's more to Cressbrook Hall than the view. The staff who work here from the local villages have become part of Cressbrook Hall's extended family, many of them have been here for two decades or more! They create a genuine warm welcome for all their guests, helping to make every celebration unique and memorable.

If you're looking for somewhere 'a little bit special',
come and find it at Cressbrook Hall.

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