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Once upon a time, in 21st century Devon, the enchanted grounds of Bickleigh Castle attracted guests who were dreaming of making their fairytale Wedding a reality. Many came from far and wide to experience the ancient Castle, to celebrate their love in this exclusive countryside setting.
Bespoke, Unique, Coastal, Historical – all words that can be used to describe our weddings at CLIFF HOUSE…
Situated overlooking the beautiful Salcombe Estuary with unparalleled views from the terrace, Cliff House is a very special location to host your wedding.
If you’re looking for historic wedding venues in Exeter, look no further than the Guildhall. Situated in the heart of Exeter, this more than 800 year old building is an unmistakable piece of Exeter’s history. Having received royalty and dignitaries, your wedding can now be added to the list!
Kennaway House is a beautiful Grade II* listed Regency mansion dating from 1805, standing in its own grounds in the heart of Sidmouth. The venue offers a choice of three spacious and elegant Georgian reception rooms, with views onto a large garden, bordered with ancient chestnut trees and flowers.
Mount Edgcumbe, for the day of your dreams
For one of the most beautiful settings in England, look no further than Mount Edgcumbe Country Park, Britain’s historic park by the sea for your special day.
Your special day is our speciality
Pengersick Castle is one of Cornwall’s most magical and unique wedding venues. Perfect for your small intimate wedding, elopement or micro wedding.
Licenced for up to 40 people.
Just 500m from the golden sands of Praa Sands beach this hidden little castle will go beyond your expectations.
Set in stunning gardens and grounds the only limitation to your wedding at Pengersick is your imagination.
Callum Mitchell’s first narrative short film, Mackling, set to shoot in Cornwall
Local filmmakers Callum Mitchell, Jonny Dry and Ella Turner are set to shoot their latest film – Mackling – this coming autumn in Penzance. Mitchell's recent audio drama-documentary, Solomon Browne, was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 last year to widespread acclaim and selected as Drama Of The Week. Working from a script by Mitchell, Jonny Dry is set to direct with Ella Turner producing for Studio Erma. The trio worked together on the set of BAFTA-winner Mark Jenkin's latest feature, Enys Men, and will be supported by Bosena CEO & producer Denzil Monk for Mackling - shooting throughout West Penwith this November with a range of local cast and crew. Set in a world of reclamation yards, house clearances and rural deprivation, Mackling is a social drama following the strange and off-kilter relationship between two men, Bud and Sully, as they prepare for a local funeral.
Posted: 25 August 2022