Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel & Country Club
The oldest Marriott property in the world, Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel & Country Club is a historic venue with extensive gardens, lawn and unrivalled outside space. Situated on the outskirts of Derby on the edge of the Peak District national park, the hotel offers a selection of civil ceremony options to suit a variety of party sizes. The former stately home offers a sense of grandeur with period features and a breathtaking exterior.
- From 2 to 140 guests
- Landscapes Gardens & Fountain
- Historic Stately House
- Spa and Golf
- Licensed for civil ceremonies
Just wanted to day a huge thanks to you and Dean for organising out wedding and making sure the day went smoothly. We absolutely loved the whole day and hand the best time ever! Had nothing but positive comments from our guests too :) it was perfect! Dean was fab too making sure everything went to plan and keeping us informed the whole time. So ple...
Thank You! Everything was great, went off without a hitch, pretty sure Dean was making sure of that he was very helpful and had it all under control. It was a perfect day, just went by so quickly but I think that is a sign that we all had a good time. Thank you to yourself, and all the staff at Breadsall. Amy
From start to finish the whole day was brilliant. Everything went smoothly, all the staff were fantastic and professionalThe food was lovely and every one enjoyed the barbecue
Just wanted to say a big thank you to you, Dean and the team on the day for making our wedding day so special, it was a gorgeous day and the weather stayed good too. We go on our honeymoon tomorrow so wanted to message you before we go. The team really looked after us and our guests and Dean was fantastic so will you think him form us.
Just wanted to say thank you so much to you and the team at Breadsall Priory for making our day just perfect. The ceremony and reception were beautiful, and smoothly run. The staff were exceptional, friendly and calm – just superb. Thank you so much The new ‘Mr & Mrs Hay’