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Knockerdown Cottages

Knockerdown Cottages
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Knockerdown cottages and reception room is an idyllic setting for you to celebrate your wedding with close family and friends. Set with in the Peak District, surrounded by beautiful woodland and countryside. We are perfectly situated in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, within easy reach of the local surrounding areas of Derby, Nottingham and Chesterfield.

Whether you are planning a small intimate wedding or having a grand celebration Knockerdown’s reception room and accommodation offer comfortable and flexible surroundings, whatever the weather. Our reception room is beautiful decorated with high windows on two sides, allowing natural light to shine through, the reception room blends itself to any style including rustic, natural, modern and contemporary. One of our dedicated Wedding Planners will be on hand to make sure that your wedding day runs smoothly, so you can relax and enjoy your memorable day with close family and friends.

We are licensed for civil wedding ceremonies, and have the facilities for you to get married indoors or outdoors under our beautiful pagoda.

We offer:
“Do it Yourself Weddings”
Recommend suppliers list or source your own suppliers
Exclusive weekend weddings for easy set up
One day weddings
Mid-week weddings
On site accommodation for up to 90 guests
Flexible option, to bring your own drinks in for your guests to enjoy at your evening reception.

Knockerdown Cottages will have exclusive offers on the day for weddings.

*2 dog friendly cottages starting 5th November.*

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