The Embankment

Nottinghamshire

The Embankment

Nottinghamshire

Description

The Embankment of Trent Bridge is steeped in history. In 1907, the famous Nottingham entrepreneur Jesse Boot opened Boots No2 Store here. The premises housed both a pharmaceutical dispensary and his offices. In 2015, Castle Rock Brewery took on...operations of the site and restored the building. In 2016 it gained Grade II listed status.

Ideally located on the outskirts of the city centre, the Embankment is a stunning building beside the River Trent and just over the bridge from the world famous Trent Bridge cricket ground. A Tudor style building spanning three floors, with the riverbank on your doorstep, the Embankment is a unique and timeless venue for your event.

We are passionate about weddings and committed to providing a personal experience for you. We take the time to get to know you, ensuring we understand your individual wishes and requirements. Our first class service aims to inspire and support you. Together, we will create your perfect and unique wedding day.

Our exclusive venue can cater for intimate gatherings or extravagant receptions. Whether you dream of a traditional white wedding, an informal affair, or a vintage wonderland, the Embankment is the perfect place.

The Jesse Boot Room
The famous entrepreneur’s office on the first floor of the Embankment has been restored into the spectacular Jesse Boot Room.

The Embankment is licensed to hold civil ceremonies, which means that you can experience your official marriage ceremony in the intimate, oak-panelled Jesse Boot Room, enjoy your wedding breakfast in the stunning Lord Trent Room, and party the night away with your friends and family.

The Jesse Boot Room is ideal for smaller-scale celebrations, like your wedding breakfast or evening meal, and its abundance of character and sophistication is sure to charm you.

The Lord Trent Room
The stunning 1930s art-deco Lord Trent Room has been lovingly restored to its former glory. With double height ceilings, magnificent crystal chandeliers, original stained-glass bay windows, beautiful architectural arches and a central dance floor, the Lord Trent Room exudes elegance and prestige.

This is a versatile space with the perfect ambience for your civil ceremony, followed by a formal wedding breakfast in the dining room.
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Venue Details

  • Venue Type:
  • Civil Ceremony Licence
  • Exclusive Hire
  • Manor House
  • Historic
  • Landmark
  • Pub or Restaurant
  • Capacity:
  • Intimate (2-20)
  • Nearest & Dearest (20 - 40)
  • Simple Surety (40 - 60)
  • Party People (60 - 150)
  • Accommodation
  • Nearby usually available
  • Dining
  • Seated Meal Facilities
  • Buffet meal facilities
  • In house catering
  • Alcohol licence
  • Corkage option

Additional Info

  • Evening Reception Facilities
  • Dance Floor
  • Entertainment Licence
  • Live Band Facilities
  • DJ Facilities
  • Wedding Co-ordinator
  • Confetti permitted
  • Changing room for guests
  • Disabled facilities
  • Car parking