Four of our rooms have been granted the license to hold civil ceremonies as well as your wedding breakfast both on weekdays and weekends as well as some Sundays and Bank Holidays throughout the year; from an intimate gathering of 12 friends and family to a larger celebration of up to 250 guests. The Cromwell Room, The Brasserie, The Tea Room or the Brunel Suite.
THE CROMWELL ROOM CEREMONY
This old school hall makes a lovely setting for a wedding ceremony for up to 60 guests.
The combination of old timber panels and elegance offers a traditional style with a modern twist.
Comfortable for a medium wedding celebration with up to 50 guests for a sit-down meal.
This is the perfect place to celebrate with your loved ones.
THE BRASSERIE CEREMONY
The Brasserie is an outstanding space with French doors overlooking and opening onto the south-facing gardens and terrace. This allows for the light to cascade into the room and bounce off the walls optimising the splendour of elegance that surrounds you.
The Brasserie can accommodate up to 70 guests for the reception and 45 guests for your sit-down meal.
THE BRUNEL SUITE CEREMONY
The Brunel Suite is ideal for a large wedding reception.
The Suite caters for up to 250 people for your ceremony and 150 for a sit-down meal.
Offering superb facilities such as its own cloakroom & bar, this room has everything you should require from a self-contained area. Among its many talents is that it is transformable – meaning that our team of wedding organisers can change your ceremony room into your dining room then finally into your evening room, so you and your guests may party the night away.
THE TEA ROOM CEREMONY
Our glamorous and stylish Tea Room is perfect for intimate ceremonies for up to 12 guests.
This is a perfect chance to have the people you love at an arm’s length away, to have them share the romance and
Slepe Hall Hotel is pleased to announce that we are now licensed to hold Civil Partnerships.
As a modern and vibrant hotel, we welcome both gay and lesbian couples to hold their Commitment Ceremony in one of our rooms and celebrate with us.
ARRANGING YOUR CIVIL CEREMONY
There are a few things that need to be complied to for a Civil Ceremony to take place:
Civil ceremonies are not allowed to contain anything of a religious nature.
All guests must be seated during the ceremony.
The actual civil wedding ceremony needs to be arranged with the local registrar.
The local registrar may be contacted at: The Register Office, Lawrence Court, Princes Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3PA.
Please call 0345 045 1363 or visit www.cambridgeshireceremonies.co.uk for more information.