Hickleton Hall is a stunning Grade II Georgian stately home, set within 17 acres of beautiful gardens with a further 5000 acres of beautiful woodland surrounding the grounds and makes for a perfect Marquee Wedding.
The building was designed by architect James Pain for Godfrey Wentworth in 1745 and is filled with history over the centuries. It became the headquarters of I Corps in the second world war after the Dunkirk Evacuation in May 1940. Winston Churchill, T.S Eliot are many who have visited the hall and was the home to Lord Halifax.
Since Hickleton Hall was bought back in January 2020, the gardens have had extensive work to bring back life to this once neglected stately home with plans to bring the whole building back to it's glory and restoration is on it's way.
"Aut viam inveniam aut faciam" is a Latin phrase for Hickleton Hall and translates to "I shall either find a way or make one."