The Renaissance at Kelham Hall is a stunning 19th-century stately home. Providing the perfect backdrop for meetings & events of all sizes. The Renaissance at Kelham Hall is set in 42 acres of picturesque gardens and manicured lawns, offering a balance of elegance and grandeur at every turn. From the most lavish of celebrations to more corporate events, the versatile State Rooms of the Gilbert Scott Wing overlook beautiful lawns, whilst the Great Hall and Marquee are perfect for delivering that ‘wow’ factor to all of your guests. There is endless scope and flexibility to create your vision, whatever you imagine.
Anyone who has marvelled at Sir Gilbert Scott’s design for London’s St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel will find something familiar and remarkable at Kelham Hall. After a fire destroyed parts of the hall, the architect was left with a blank canvas on which to express all the exuberance of his imagination. The result is a redbrick riot of ogival styles, with towers, gables, arcades, exquisitely carved columns and fireplaces, and more than a score of different window designs. Then for 70 years, Kelham Hall became home to an Anglican order of monks, gaining its impressive domed chapel, and today it remains a wonderful hidden treasure of English rural architecture and a magical setting for an event.