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Brampton Grange is an elegant romantic countryside venue with accommodation. An ideal venue for weddings of all sizes in an atmosphere of refinement. Licensed Civil and Partnership Ceremonies up to 160 people. We can cater for up to 220 people at the wedding breakfast in the New ITALY room (Venice or Florence room joint), and up to 300 for evening reception. Ideal for Asian weddings also with a marquee of max 800 people.


In our 18th Century House we can accomodate you and your family in 8 luxury en-suite bedrooms (2 suites, 3 Doubles, 2 Twins and 1 Single). We also offer 3 cottages (1 Suite, 1 Double and 1 Twin).


DON’T MISS OUR WEDDING FAIR FEBRUARY 24TH 2013 FROM 11.00AM - 4.00PM


Brampton Grange, Sandy Lane, Chapel Brampton, Northamptonshire, NN6 8AD 01604 844717/07747 807297


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Weddings at Kelmarsh Hall


Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens is a wonderful setting for a country wedding whatever the season. It has a romance and grace that will colour every aspect of your wedding day.


The tranquil seclusion and exclusive use policy guarantees wedding parties the freedom to enjoy


Kelmarsh Hall as if it was their own. Our experienced wedding team are here to support your plans and ensure your day runs smoothly.


To make an appointment to view Kelmarsh Hall or to discuss your requirements please telephone Jill Doughty on 01604 686543 or email weddings@kelmarsh.com


Kelmarsh Hall, Kelmarsh, Northampton, NN6 9LY. Find us on the A508 between Market Harborough and Northampton


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