Thrybergh Hall

THRYBERGH HALL

Weddings

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THRYBERGH HALL

The romantic Thrybergh Hall is the perfect backdrop for your wedding day with the stunning 19th century neo-Gothic style house and the long tree-lined avenue that takes you through beautiful rolling countryside.

Situated in the picturesque village of Thrybergh and with close links to nearby motorways and major city of Sheffield, Thrybergh Hall is your ideal venue for your perfect day. With our newly refurbished rooms and civil ceremonies licence, Thrybergh Hall is steeped in history and the ancestral home of one of South Yorkshire’s most illustrious families. The house, in Neo-Gothic style, is regarded as one of the most beautiful mansions in the region and serves as the perfect backdrop for treasured wedding photographs.

uPCOMING WEDDING EVENTS

WEDDING FAYRE

SUNDAY 4TH FEBRUARY 2024
11:00 TO 14:30

 

WEDDING SHOWCASE

SATURDAY 24TH FEBRUARY 2024
13:00 TO 17:00

SUNDAY 25TH FEBRUARY 2024
11:00 TO 15:00

WHAT TO EXPECT

JACK HULLEY SUITE DRESSED FOR A WEDDING BREAKFAST
FULLERTON ROOM DRESSED FOR A WEDDING CEREMONY
FREE CANAPES AND A GLASS OF FIZZ ON ARRIVAL
OUR WEDDINGS MANAGER AVAILABLE TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE

 

Scenic Grounds

Set within approximately 115 acres, Thrybergh Hall sits within the grounds of Thrybergh Park, the home of Rotherham Golf Club, one of Yorkshire’s finest golf golf courses. As soon as you enter Thrybergh Park, you will know you have arrived at a special place. A long driveway, edged by mature trees, fill the vista on both sides which meanders through the golf course to Thrybergh Hall. The grounds can be enjoyed from inside, through the large panes of glass or from the patio area.

Characterful Rooms

Thrybergh Hall has a variety of rooms available to hire. As you enter the grand rib-vaulted entrance hall with cantilevered imperial stairs to the rear accompanied with iron balustrade, you cannot help but notice the ornate plaster cornices. The floor plan lends itself nicely to create larger spaces using the interconnecting doors. All have Wi-Fi access enabling connectivity for all your needs.

Luxury Catering

Thrybergh Hall offers a range of catering packages to suit your needs and budget. The catering team are experts in accommodating a variety of dietary requirements and can tailor their menus to suit your specific needs. Our commitment is to provide high-quality cuisine and outstanding service and the catering team at Thrybergh Hall will help to make your event truly special.

Enquire Now

If you have a query please use the form to contact us. Alternatively you can contact us using the details below. We will be more than happy to assist you

Doncaster Road, Thrybergh, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S65 4NU

    Venue Hire

    Whether you’re looking to host a birthday celebration, an anniversary or a celebration of life, Thrybergh Hall can provide the majestic setting your event deserves.

    History

    The name Thrybergh is believed to have its roots in the Anglo-Saxon period but no substantial explanation can be given as to its exact origin. In the Domesday Book it is referred to as Triberga. It can be concluded from early records that a ‘Lord of the Manor’ existed at Thrybergh at the time of the Saxon King Edward the Confessor (1004-1066) and one can imagine a small, self-supporting community clustered round the manor house and the church which lay within sixty yards of each other.

    Venue Hire

    Whether you’re looking to host a birthday celebration, an anniversary or a celebration of life, Thrybergh Hall can provide the majestic setting your event deserves.

    History

    The name Thrybergh is believed to have its roots in the Anglo-Saxon period but no substantial explanation can be given as to its exact origin. In the Domesday Book it is referred to as Triberga. It can be concluded from early records that a ‘Lord of the Manor’ existed at Thrybergh at the time of the Saxon King Edward the Confessor (1004-1066) and one can imagine a small, self-supporting community clustered round the manor house and the church which lay within sixty yards of each other.

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