Weddings at The Coopers Arms, Weston on Trent, Derbyshire

PUBLISHED: 14:43 12 June 2014 | UPDATED: 11:09 15 May 2015

The Coopers Arms

The Coopers Arms


Your wedding is a truly special day and the start of a wonderful journey - Our in-house wedding coordinator will be delighted to guide you through your special day, to ensure your wedding is everything you desire.

The Coopers ArmsThe Coopers Arms

The Coopers Arms is the perfect place to hold your Civil Ceremony, Wedding Breakfast & Evening Reception. Whether it is a small intimate gathering or a large lavish affair this impressive 17th Century mansion house offers a warm and unique venue. With our emphasis on quality and personal service you can be assured of a friendly and professional approach.

Civil Ceremony

The Coopers ArmsThe Coopers Arms

The Coopers Arms has several rooms varying in size and style which are fully licensed to hold Civil Ceremonies or Partnerships. We are pleased to accommodate smaller groups in our original oak panelled James 1st room or for larger Ceremonies, our Fairfax room is ideal for you and your guests to enjoy the stunning views overlooking our 5 acre fishing lake. Alternatively our Cromwell Room offers a spacious and traditional setting in which to hold your Ceremony.

Following your ceremony you may decide to indulge your guests with a glass of bubbly, served outside in our well-maintained garden areas. Here, your photographer can take full advantage of our beautiful surroundings and capture those special moments that you will treasure forever.

Wedding Breakfast

Renowned for our consistently high quality of food, we have a wide selection of delectable menus to choose from. To compliment your meal, we have an excellent selection of wines consisting of familiar favourites and splendid classics. We pride ourselves on professional silver service and your wedding coordinator will ensure a smooth flow from start to finish.

Evening Reception

Whether you are with us all day or just for the evening, rest assured our efficient and friendly team will ensure the function rooms look spectacular ready for your evening festivities. The doors will be opened in time for the arrival of your evening guests who will be able to share your celebration & then be spoilt by your choice of one of our special buffet menus.

Our resident DJ & extensive dance floor space will provide the perfect atmosphere for you, your friends and family to enjoy your first dance as ‘man & wife’.

The Cromwell Suite

The Cromwell suite consists of four impressive interlinked rooms, each of which expresses its own individual character.

Reception Room

A pleasant lounge area with relaxing sofas and armchairs welcomes you and your guests into the Cromwell suite. This elegant area also provides a quieter atmosphere away from the main entertainment.

The Bar

Following the Reception room is your own private bar area. In the winter, the open lit fire in the bar area ensures your guests feel welcomed and relaxed. It is the perfect space for your guests to mingle with Champagne & Canapés before sitting down to dine.

James 1st

James 1st is an intimate cosy room boasting character with its original oak panelling and open fireplace making it perfect for a smaller Civil Ceremony for up to 25 guests or a friendly Wedding Breakfast for up to 30 guests. This charming area is also a popular room in which to serve your evening buffet. The veranda, which is accessed via James 1st, provides extra seating in your own private outdoor area - ideal for enjoying a glass of bubbly on a fine summers evening.

Cromwell Room

The Cromwell room with old beams and original ovens has been lovingly restored into a beautiful room in which to hold a civil ceremony, wedding breakfast &/or evening reception. This room seats up to 80 guests for a sit-down meal and has the capacity with the rest of the Cromwell suite to accommodate up to 180 for an evening reception.

Our aim is to make your wedding day as truly spectacular as it can possibly be. For more information or to arrange an appointment to view the private function suite, please contact Amy Cooper, our event coordinator.

Tel : 01332 701107

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Address: Weston Hall, Weston on Trent, Derbyshire, DE72 2BJ

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