Situated in the heart of the beautiful Peak District, Tissington Hall provides an idyllic setting for your perfect wedding day. This magnificent 17th century building and its wonderful gardens can be hired for the exclusive use of you and your guests.
Relax In Tissington Village
Tissington Village is situated at the southern edge of the Peak District National Park, 5 miles north of Ashbourne and 15 miles south of Bakewell. The village boasts a lovely tearoom, traditional village shops and wonderful countywide walks.
Ride Along The Tissington Trail
The Tissington Trail runs along a 13 mile route from Ashbourne to Parsley Hay. Surrounded by beautiful countryside the traffic-free trail is ideal for horse riders, cyclists, naturalists and walkers.
Over the last few months our internal design team have completely refurbished our wedding suite to create the perfect place to stay and get ready for your Tissington Hall Wedding.
Click the link below to watch our short welcome to Tissington Hall and Tissington Village introduction video. Tissington Village is a special place in Derbyshire and wonderful location for your perfect wedding.
There is always something to see and do in Tissington Village
Enjoy the great outdoors
Summer or winter, Derbyshire with its glorious Peak District National Park is a fantastic place to visit for family days out, short breaks and holidays. View The Village Gallery
Idyllic holiday cottages
With a choice of three stunning holiday cottages in the heart of Tissington Village, if you want to escape to the country for a holiday then we have the perfect holiday cottage for you.Read more
Visit the historic hall
Tissington Hall was built in 1609 by Francis FitzHerbert to replace the moated fortification that guarded the Norman Church that straddles the hill in the centre of the village. For over 400 years now the Hall has presided over the picturesque Estate Village at the south of the Peak District and only 4 miles north of the market town of Ashbourne. View The Hall Gallery
Tissington Well Dressing
The origins of Well Dressing are lost in antiquity. They may even have their roots in pagan customs later given a Christian meaning. One theory says that the custom began just after the Black Death of 1348-9. Although the population round about was ravaged by plague, in Tissington all escaped, and the immunity was ascribed to the purity of the water supply. It became the custom to decorate the wells in thanksgiving. More Information Here
Tissington Hall was built in 1609 by Francis FitzHerbert to replace the moated fortification that guarded the Norman Church that straddles the hill in the centre of the village.
For over 400 years now the Hall has presided over the picturesque Estate Village at the south of the Peak District and only 4 miles north of the market town of Ashbourne.