Hothorpe Hall offers bed & breakfast facilities for the night of the wedding there are plenty of rooms, but we recommend you book early to avoid disappointment!

Double/twin room: £45pp
Single room: £68pp*

* If you’re part of an odd-numbered group looking to share, please leave a comment below and perhaps you can find a roomie 😀


Once you’ve received your invitation, you will be able to book your room. Please note that only people who’s invites have been sent are on the guest list at Hothorpe, so if you haven’t received your invite you won’t yet be able to book. Please be patient invites are on their way!

To book please call: +44 (0)1858 881500
The address is: Hothorpe Hall, Theddingworth, Leicestershire LE17 6QX

Quoting our names & the wedding date

Check-in and arrangements on the day
Check-in will start at 2:30pm once all the rooms are ready.

A couple of rooms will be made available as a changing facility prior to the ceremony and there is locked baggage storage available should you need it. If you are travelling a particularly long way in the morning and would like your room to be available when you arrive before the ceremony, this can be requested when you book. The Hothorpe staff will do their utmost to accommodate you if at all possible.

Alternative accommodation

Alternative accommodation is available:

Near to Hothorpe
Travelodge Lutterworth,
Rugby Road,
Lutterworth LE17 4BP
Tel: 0871 984 6182

Near to us
Hilton Northampton,
100 Watering Lane,
Northampton NN4 0XW
Tel: 01604 700666


Hothorpe Hall is located in the village of Theddingworth on the A4304, which runs from Junction 20 of the M1 eastwards to Market Harborough.

Therefore you can get to Theddingworth from either the M1 (North or South) or from the A508/A6 Leicester/Northampton/Market Harborough.
There is also the A5199 which runs from Leicester to Northampton and joins the A4304 at Husbands Bosworth, but we don’t recommend that route as it’s a small windy road.

Whichever way you approach Hothorpe, once you reach a sign for Theddingworth,
Keep your eyes peeled!

Directions to Hothorpe

Directions to Hothorpe

The turning to Hothorpe is quite sharp and hard to see (from both directions). There is a wooden bus stop directly opposite the turning for Hothorpe Hall which you should look out for as it’s the only clear marker for the turning.

Once you’ve turned off the A4304, Hothorpe Hall ‘s drive will be on your right. This is signposted, but basically you’re looking for a gate with a cattle grid next to a gatehouse.

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