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The History of Irnham Hall

The village of Irnham, just off the main A1(M) Motorway south of Grantham is twenty minutes from Stamford and Bourne and nestled in a valley in South Lincolnshire.

Irnham Village has remained virtually unchanged for a hundred years making it one of the most beautiful stone villages in Lincolnshire.  Irnham village  revolves round Irnham Hall and the award winning Griffin Inn Pub.

Irnham Hall with its attractive grey stone and mullion windows dates back to 1380 and is today the private home of the Benton Jones family. It has remained virtually unchanged since 1510 and has only been partially restored inside after a fire in 1887 to make it a comfortable family home.

The family who once held the manor here also owned the famous Luttrell Psalter which is now housed in the British Museum.

The Benton Jones family has lived at Irnham for 5 generations and the family are thrilled to be able to invite you to share the beauty of their heritage on your wedding day.

Weddings at Irnham Hall

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Set in the beautiful countryside of South Lincolnshire, close to the borders of both Rutland and Nottinghamshire, Irnham Hall inspires the country feel while remaining easily accessible.

You will enjoy the exclusive use of Irnham Hall’s Summer House and Walled Garden for a reception, celebration meal following a religious or civil marriage.