Situated in the heart of historic Alnwick, the Grade 1 listed hall was built by the third Duke of Northumberland in 1826 is a beautiful venue to hold your ceremony.
Northumberland Hall was built in 1826 by the third Duke of Northumberland and is a Grade 1 Listed building.
The hall has recently been refurbished and upgraded to create a beautiful yet affordable place to hold your wedding.
Contact us on 01665 602870 to discuss rates and availability.
Work has included full internal refurbishment of the hall including decoration, lighting and new curtains.
Acoustic glass has been installed to limit outside noise, new kitchen facilities have been installed and the toilets have been refurbished.
The existing flooring, fireplaces, mirrors and chandeliers have all been retained.
This iconic venue is now open for weddings and functions.
If you are interested in booking the hall for a community or private function, or for your special day contact Northumberland County Council on 01665 602870 to discuss rates and availability.
A venue that can hold up to 200 guests, the hall now has new kitchen facilities and referbished toilets meaning you can personalise the venue to suit your needs.
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There are lots of ways to add personal touches to your ceremony, making it extra special.
Personalise your vows, include readings, music and poetry. For something different, why not consider a sand, candle or rose ceremony?
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Whether you are planning your perfect wedding, civil ceremony or even renewing your vows this beautiful hall in the centre of historic Alnwick could be the perfect venue.
Holding up to 200 guests Northumberland Hall is stunning yet an affordable choice.
If you are interested in booking the hall for your special day or for any community or private function, contact Northumberland County Council on 01665 602870 to discuss rates and availability.
Northumberland Hall is situated in the heart of Alnwick.
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