Hambleton Hall Hotel is a Victorian house overlooking Rutland Water. The current owners converted it into a hotel in 1980 and it is set in its own landscaped gardens. The hotel has 17 rooms, including the suite in the converted cottage in the grounds, all individually styled and equipped with a TV and other comfortable touches. Facilities are available for the mobility impaired. Guests can make use of the leisure facilities which include tennis courts, a croquet lawn and a heated swimming pool in the summer months.
The restaurant is run by a Michelin-starred chef and has a seasonal menu of modern British dishes. There is a range of banqueting menus to choose from for a wedding breakfast or other function and these menus are flexible and can be tailored to individual requirements.
The hotel has a team of people to assist with organising weddings and other events, with packages tailored to individual requirements. Ceremonies for up to 60 guests can be accommodated and wedding breakfasts for the same number. A drinks reception can be held on the terrace or the lawns.
Staff are on hand to organise items such as entertainment for the evening reception, floral arrangements for the ceremony room or wedding breakfast tables, photographers and transportation. Assistance can also be given with organising seating plans and decorating the function room. Exclusive use of the hotel and restaurant is available.