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Burton Constable Hall & Grounds offers a choice of timeless spaces ideal for parties and all manner of celebrations.

Here at Burton Constable, we value making memories by celebrating your loved ones life events. Be it a milestone birthday or an engagement party, we have the facilities to make sure it's a day you'll never forget!

Take a look our fascinating and historic spaces available for you to hire. 

  

The Orangery 

The Orangery is a fabulous example of an 18th century hothouse. Once used for growing exotic fruits for the Constable family's dining table, it now makes a fantastic venue for gatherings of up to 50 people.

A viewing is highly recommended, so you can truly appreciate the vast beauty which surrounds it. Admire the original idyllic Thomas Atkinson architecture and Eleanor Code's ornamental statues and decorative panels. 

Available to hire for all manner of family occasions, The Orangery offers a delightful space in which to celebrate a birthday, engagement or anniversary or host a vow renewal or memorial.

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The Great Hall 

If you're looking for the perfect venue which screams grand elegance, look no further than The Great Hall. The highly intricate, opulent interior of The Great Hall reflects the era in which it was built. With its warm colour scheme and floor to ceiling sash windows overlooking the surrounding parkland, it has the ideal ambience for a wonderful celebration.

Whilst the tall ceiling and its magnificent plasterwork makes the room feel expansive, it is suitable for grand or intimate gatherings. With the capacity to seat up to 100 people, The Great Hall is perfect for all manner of family occasions; birthdays, engagements, rehearsal dinners, anniversaries, vow renewals and memorials.

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The Carriage House

The Carriage House at Burton Constable offers the ideal setting in which to host an intimate family gathering. With capacity for up to 50 people (seated), this beautiful space within the very heart of the historic stable block is the ideal venue for a truly memorable celebration. It is perfect for all manner of family occasions; birthdays, engagements, rehearsal dinners, weddings, anniversaries, vow renewals and memorials.

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The Old Riding School

Built in 1770 from the designs of architect Timothy Lightoler, our stable block is one of the largest, and finest, examples in the country today. Once used as a Riding School, it can now be utilised for events, shows and special occasions.

The Barn at Burton Constable provides the perfect space for a large celebration. This incredibly flexible and versatile structure has the capacity to accommodate up to 400 people (seated) and is suitable for all manner of events. The interior space can be customised to create a bespoke venue, built to your individual specification based on the number of guests, with different functional spaces.

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Get in Touch

From the point at which you view Burton Constable Hall and appreciate what is possible, you will be connected with Helen Davies whose wealth of knowledge and experience in wedding and events planning will ensure no detail is overlooked.

The Weddings and Events team are here to ensure your event is as individual as you are and will be on hand to offer advice and support throughout the planning and on the day itself, ensuring your event runs perfectly.

For all enquiries contact: hospitality@burtonconstable.com 

Did you know?
Over 80 different species of birds have been spotted at Burton Constable, from the smallest British bird, the Goldcrest, to large birds of prey such as Buzzards and Barn Owls

The Burton Constable Whale is featured in Herman Melville's famous novel Moby Dick. 

Today the Burton Constable Whale is nicknamed 'Constable Moby'

Afternoon tea was created by the Duchess of Bedford in the late 18th century. She invited friends to join her for an afternoon meal of small cakes, bread and butter sandwiches, sweets and, of course, tea. The practice was so popular that it was quickly adopted by other social hostesses