WELCOME TO CHICHELEY HALL
Nestled within 80 acres of beautiful grounds lies Chicheley Hall. One of the finest examples of early 18th-century architecture, this stunning Grade I listed mansion is filled with original features. Dramatic windows create enchanting light-filled spaces while marble arches, pillars and staircases provide a perfect setting. The outside spaces are equally breathtaking. Discover wonderful gardens, tree-lined paths and manicured lawns while the beautiful lake offers yet more sensational photo opportunities. With heritage and beauty at every turn, it’s easy to see why this property has been chosen as the location for film and television projects such as Pride and Prejudice and Black Beauty.
Have a day on us...
Get away this winter and enjoy more family time on us with a relaxing break that is a perfect way to rejuvenate. Enjoy a stay in our welcoming hotel and an extra day of good food on us.View Offer
Christmas at Chicheley Hall
Throughout the festive period, Chicheley Hall will be decorated for Christmas. Opulent accommodation and award-winning gourmet cuisine combine to make your Christmas truly unique.VIEW CHRISTMAS MENU
With 48 individually furnished bedrooms overlooking our lovely gardens, modern amenities, and the latest business facilities you are guaranteed an unforgettable experience at Chicheley Hall.Bedrooms
Set within 80 acres of beautifully kept grounds, Chicheley Hall, Chicheley is one of the most popular wedding venues in Milton Keynes, and regarded as "one of the top historic wedding venues in the country."Weddings
Conferences & Meetings
Tucked away in 80 acres of beaurifully kept grounds, Chicheley Hall is a stunning Grade II listed mansion full of the latest business facilities. It’s the perfect space to think, talk and share ideas in inspirational surroundings, away from the everyday bustle of the office.Find out more
An ancient manor house on the site belonged to the Pagnell family of Newport Pagnell. The house then descended in the Chester family to the time of the English Civil War The present Chicheley Hall was built in the early 1700s on the same site.Find out more