Dumbleton Hall Hotel
An impressive 19th Century Manor, located near Evesham, on the border of Gloucestershire & Worcestershire. Hosting one wedding per day, this guarantees the success of your very special day.
We are proud of our successful history of weddings, each one unique & special. Please visit & experience for yourself the warm welcome from our friendly team and the peaceful surroundings that create our charm.
We guarantee to hold only one wedding per day, it ensures we dedicate our attention to you & your guests and there is no other bridal party to bump into during your photographs!
The hotel is a classic, traditional backdrop for photos, featuring a huge open fireplace, wood panelling, ornate chandeliers, a breathtaking sweeping staircase, large windows with views all around of the beautiful gardens.
The Oak Room is our largest function room where most weddings are held. It is licensed for 100, it seats the same 100 for a meal, and the hotel can hold around 200 people for an evening reception.
There are 36 bedrooms in the hotel; your resident guests are welcome to stay in the bar after the entertainment has finished, and you can all meet up at breakfast time, extending your time together to celebrate this important milestone in your lives.
Please come along and visit us, we’d be delighted to show you around the hotel & have a chat about your wedding ideas; we’re very keen to accommodate as many things on your “wish list” as possible! Our prices are clear & competitive in the marketplace - we have four packages to suit the different elements you'd like included, and your budget.
Afterwards you could take a stroll through the peaceful gardens, down by the lake, or through the secluded woodland; remember to bring your camera & some bread to tempt over the ducks, geese and black swans!
There are many happy couples whose weddings we've hosted over the years; we'd be very honoured to look after your special day too!
The Oak Room (106)
The Bredon Room (55)
The Shire Room (35)
The Cedar Restaurant (60)
- Historic building
- Manor house
- Accommodation on site
- Exclusive use venue
- Own grounds
- Disabled access