Located in the heart of the Midlands with easy access by road and rail, Prestwold Hall is the ancestral home of the Packe-Drury–Lowe family, who are delighted to share their home for a wide variety of events, managed and catered for by Maverick Venues, the elite hospitality company.
The Hall and Estate provide the perfect venue for conferences, meetings, dinners, weddings and activity days, and are also stunning backdrops for films, television and photo shoots.
An ideal setting for team-building activities and larger events utilising marquees. We have a whole range of activities available from archery to human table football. Helicopter landing sites are also available.
The Estate & Airfield
The perfect venue for many activities including motorised activities such as quad bikes and chuckle buggies through to clay pigeon shooting and motor sport.
“Everything was perfect especially the food!”
Andrea & Will
“The venue was perfect, food fabulous and the staff could not have been more helpful”
Alexander & Nikki
“The best day of our lives! We wish we could do it all over again”
Sarah & Andrew
“We felt like Royalty”
Jo & Oliver
“It just couldn't be bettered anywhere - Prestwold is so very special”
Marilyn & Roger
“We knew when we first visited Prestwold that it was a special place - we couldn't have made a better choice of wedding venue”
Susan & Martin
“To list the superlatives used by all our guests to describe the service and food would take too long, but suffice it to say that the meal exceeded all expectations and was truly top restaurant standard”
“Your discreet guidance throughout the day was hugely appreciated and helped us greatly to relax and enjoy it all”
Monica Jane McMullen
This magnificent house was largely remodelled in 1843 by William Burn and has been the home of the Packe family for 350 years. The first Packe to occupy the Hall was Sir Christopher Packe, later a Cromwellian peer and one of the city men behind Oliver Cromwell, who in many ways were responsible for the efficient functioning of the Commonwealth Government. Knighted at the time of his Mayoralty of London, Christopher Packe was foremost in pressing the ‘petition and advice’ desiring the Protector to assume the title of the King.
Prestwold Hall is still a privately-owned house lived in by a descendant of Sir Christopher Packe and is not open to the general public. The house contains many interesting features including a considerable amount of marbled Italian plaster work, some fine 18th century English and European furniture and a large collection of family portraits from Sir Christopher Packe to the present day.
Arrange a visit
Contact us now for more details or to arrange a viewing on 01509 880236 or email firstname.lastname@example.org