The romance of Trent Bridge, like most great romances in English history, began not in a flowery meadow or by a babbling brook. It began in a pub. William Clarke fell in love with the landlady of the Trent Bridge Inn – and a year after marrying her and moving in around 1837, he’d started hosting cricket matches in the field around the back.
Today, that field is one of the most famous and beautiful cricket grounds in the world. A place replete with magic moments in history, old-world character and all the love and attention-to-detail that goes into keeping both alive.
Whether you’re a pair of cricket-lovers or you simply want a unique and charming wedding venue for your special day that’s less cliché and more charm, we’d be simply delighted to help.
Rooms With A View
Naturally, you’ll want a tour of our rooms before you make a decision on where to host your special day. In the meantime, these short descriptions should help fire the imagination as you plan your celebrations.
The Long Room
An atmospheric, ornate room packed with quintessentially English character and cricketing memorabilia. Seats up to 90 guests for your civil ceremony.
The Derek Randall suite
A modern, light and airy room with stunning views and a balcony overlooking the ground. Seats up to 200 guests for your civil ceremony or 180 on round tables for your wedding day reception.
The Boundary’s Edge
A sophisticated, contemporary room with a large balcony and magnificent views of the ground. The perfect choice for an intimate ceremony or meal, seating up to 70 guests for your civil ceremony or 100 guests on round tables for your day reception.