Shottle Hall

Shottle Hall is a beautiful wedding venue, based not too far away from Derby and with the benefits of amazing views of the Peak District. The venue caters for small or large groups and has a number of options to help you make your wedding day perfect.

There are some amazing photo opportunities available, one of my favourite shots involves me hanging out of of the rooms to take a photo of your grouped wedding guests. The courtyard is also a favourite location of mine to get some perfect photo shoots.

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Shottle Hall
White Lane
DE56 2EB

Tel. 01773 550577
Email. Not available

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About Shottle Hall

Shottle Hall is based not too far away from Derby, the venue has grown very popular in the last few years and my trips here have become very frequent.

Shottle Hall is on the Shottle Hall Estate, about a 15 minute drive from Derby or a 5 minute drive from Belper, this venue has so much character.

They offer a number of wedding packages from the hall to the coach house. Looking for exclusivity, they even give you the option to hire both.

If you have booked your wedding at Shottle Hall and you are looking at hiring Merv Spencer as your wedding photographers. Then why not drop us a line to book you in for an engagement shoot, within the grounds of Shottle Hall.

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