Ringwood Hall Hotel at Chesterfield
A beautiful Georgian grade 11 listed Manor House hotel close to the historic market town of Chesterfield, at the gateway to the Peak District National Park.
Ringwood Hall Hotel is a splendid Peak District and Derbyshire hotel, peacefully set in 29 acres of award winning grounds. Located minutes from the centre of Chesterfield, our splendid Derbyshire hotel`s 200 year old main house is sited well away from traffic behind a mature tree line. The hotel is easily found from junctions 29 & 30 of the M1, (watch for the brown signage on approaching the hotel) with complimentary parking for over 150 vehicles.
Bolsover Castle, Hardwick Hall and Renishaw Hall are close to the hotel, while The Heights of Abraham, Cresswell Craggs, Chatsworth House and many of the other varied attractions of the Peak District National Park are within easy travel. Sheffield is only ten miles away, and the Meadowhall Shopping Centre is just 15 minutes drive north on the M1.
Ringwood Hall Hotel is a popular Derbyshire, South Yorkshire and Peak District hotel for weddings and receptions, as well as offering quality hotel accommodation for those seeking leisure breaks or short holidays in the stunning Peak District.
At anytime of the year Ringwood Hall Hotel provides an ideal location for your wedding celebrations. So why not plan your wedding with the seasonal theme and take advantage of our fixed priced seasonal packages which include in all cases, table dressings and chair covers, and in some cases extra special extra`s, like fireworks, candy cart, live music, photobooth, close hand magic, canapes, chocolate favours and gifts for children, to name but a few.
Mindful of these, the selection of a midweek date for the seasonal packages can provide you with the opportunity for even further discounts and concessions, often supported by interesting offers from our main professional wedding suppliers with whom we work closely. We also now have our luxurious marquee and this is available from mid May to the end of September.Please check out our website on http://www.ringwoodhallhotel.com/weddings/summer-garden-marquee.aspx
Tucked away in a truly magical position in our parkland, this woodland arena provides the most perfect setting for wedding celebrations.
Enjoying the benefit of its outside seating area, with colourful planters and gazebos, as the evening draws in, twinkly tree lights create a special atmosphere .
Ringwood Hall Hotel is also ideally placed for businesses seeking Derbyshire, South Yorkshire or central UK conferences, meeting rooms or corporate dining, plus quality corporate hotel accommodation.
Ringwood Hall Hotel also boasts 29 acres of gounds which are ideal for team building activities, outdoor events or corporate away days. All our overnight visitors enjoy complimentary use of the hotel`s superb health & fitness club with indoor pool, sauna, steamroom and well equipped gymnasium.
We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful Peak District hotel, a splendid Georgian grade 11 listed Manor House set in 29 acres of private grounds. Enjoy our six acres of award winning grounds, which have won awards in the `Best Hotel Gardens` category in the prestigeous East Midlands in Bloom competitions over the last few years.
We are delighted that Ringwood Hall Hotel has been awarded the 2014 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence. Trip Advisor awards this certificate to properties who consistently receive excellent ratings from their members, and to receive this for the fifth consecutive year is great news for our customers and staff.
So a big thankyou to all our customers who continue to take the time and trouble to post their reviews on Trip Advisor, and helped us secure this award for the second consecutive year.
You can view a Peak District film on our accommodation video gallery on our home page.
Contact our reception team with accommodation enquiries on 01246 280077 or visit our website and email.
Please check out our website on http://www.ringwoodhallhotel.com/
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