Colwick Hall

Nottingham, United Kingdom

Colwick Hall

Colwick Hall Hotel is a magnificent Palladian style Georgian country mansion nestling in over 60 acres of parkland. Located less than 2 miles from the city centre of Nottingham over looking Nottingham Racecourse. Colwick Hall Hotel is the ideal venue for any event.

Here you will find the famous Byron’s Brasserie, serving afternoon tea and a sumptuous selection of dishes for lunch, dinner and Sunday lunches.

Why not make your visit even more memorable by staying in one of uniquely designed bedrooms. Of all of the hotels Nottingham has to offer, none are more brimming with history than Colwick Hall.

Colwick Hall , Racecourse Road, Nottingham, United Kingdom, NG2 4BH, United Kingdom

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Room Summary

Maximum Capacity of Largest Room 500
Minimum Capacity of Smallest Room 2
Number of Halls
Number of Meeting Room options 5
Number of Guest Room options 17




Weddings – Being a Grade ll* listed building in beautiful grounds we naturally appeal to the wedding market. We attract couples from East Midlands and wider and in particular the appeal is for our Grand Ballroom. We also work actively in the Asian Wedding sector as we have a grand pavilion for up to 500 within the grounds.

Meetings – Located close to several FTSE100 companies such as Experian, Boots, Capital One etc and local businesses requiring off site boardroom meetings, training or away days (for NHS etc). Also central point for UK for national organisations to meet, such as BCA.

Events – attract a wide range of corporate and social clients for awards dinners, charity balls, and celebratory/milestone moments. Core market here is annual event organisers.

Afternoon Tea – private clients looking for a special experience (popular with our themed teas), and hen party, baby shower, anniversary, birthday, and christening markets too.

University – Nottingham has one of the highest student populations in the UK, so our target market here is for grad balls and society events for Nottingham, Loughborough and Trent Universities.