Information for wedding guests
We’re very much looking forward to welcoming you to Holywell Hall and we want nothing more than for your whole experience with us to be relaxed and enjoyable.
We’ve put together a list of useful information, but of course, if there’s anything else you need, please contact us.
Holywell Hall is situated in a truly glorious part of the country. With Stamford, Rutland, Oakham and Uppingham nearby, why not stay a while and see what the area has to offer?
Whether you’re staying for a night, a weekend or even longer, the following hotels provide suitably delightful and conveniently located accommodation:
The George of Stamford
The William Cecil
The Crown Hotel
Fletland Mill and Mill House
Beech House, The Olive Branch
Stapleford Park Hotel
We have approximately 30 spaces for cars to park close to the main buildings, with an overspill car park for suppliers and additional guests closer to the marquee site.
On the wedding day venue signage will be in place with a vehicle attendant onsite to assist with vehicle movements.
Cars can be left overnight but must be collected between 9am and Midday the day after the wedding.
How to find us
The quickest way to reach Holywell Hall from London is by train.
Board the fast train to Peterborough and you’ll be there in less than an hour. From Peterborough, it’s then just over half an hour to Holywell Hall.
We’re also easily reached from all of the main airports in the UK and whether you fly into London, Manchester or Birmingham, you can be with us in under two and a half hours. The taxi firms we recommend are happy to meet you at your chosen airport or you can arrange a hire car for your stay if you’d prefer to drive yourself.
Given our location and the celebratory atmosphere at weddings, we recommend booking your taxi for the end of the evening in advance.
Departures from midnight, guests offsite by 1am.
Local taxi companies that we recommend are:
Starline Taxis: 01780 484848
Ace Cabs: 01780 767676
ABC Taxis: 01780 252525
Due to the age of the main gates, vehicles over a certain size, and especially coaches, can only gain access via the non-gated entrance.