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PUBLISHED: 12:26 24 January 2014 | UPDATED: 10:33 18 February 2014

Weddings at Peak Edge Hotel

Weddings at Peak Edge Hotel

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The Peak Edge Hotel at the Red Lion, near Chesterfield will be hosting two events this coming March with local suppliers on hand to help you choose the perfect wedding.

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The Peak Edge Hotel at the Red Lion, near Chesterfield will be hosting two events this coming March with local suppliers on hand to help you choose the perfect wedding.

The first of 2 dates is their Wedding Fayre, on Sunday March 2 between 11am – 4pm. Some of the best local suppliers in the business will be showcasing their products and services – from bridal fashion, wedding cakes, to stationary and favours for your big day.

Then on Tuesday March 4 from 6pm to 8pm there will be a Wedding Showcase Evening. You’ll be able to experience the venue dressed in full wedding style.

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The Peak Edge hotel is the perfect marriage of 17th century coaching house and luxury boutique hotel. It’s set on the edge of the Peak District National Park with stunning countryside views and only a few miles from major road networks.

The hotel boasts 27 luxurious bedrooms and 3 wedding reception rooms to fit your unique requirements. It’s licensed for civil ceremonies for up to 140 guests.

The main reception,‘The Orangery’, has picturesque views over the Derbyshire countryside and with direct access to a private terrace, The Orangery is a beautiful space to say your vows or enjoy your Wedding Breakfast.

The Harewood is a more intimate space, perfect for smaller receptions and ceremonies. And ‘The Ashover’ is self contained with its own bar, dance floor and amenities for you and your guests.

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It’s also worth noting that the Bistro was awarded Derbyshire Food and Drink’s ‘Gastro pub of the year’ in 2012 thanks to the talents of its award winning chefs.

Many venues cater for multiple weddings and the unique requirements people have for their special day. However its all the more special when you’re not sharing the place with anyone else; The Peak Edge only ever have one wedding each day and all their facilities and suites can be used exactly as you want to compliment your plans.

Visit the website for more details of the wedding packages on offer or call our wedding planner direct to discuss your requirements today: 01246 566142

www.peakedgehotel.co.uk/weddings

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E: weddings@peakedgehotel.co.uk

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