Tredudwell Manor in Fowey, Cornwall, offer couples the chance to marry outdoors in the ceremony temple with photographs taken in the Roman folly located adjacent to it.
Couples looking to delay their special day to later in the year, or summer 2021, can enjoy this outside space. It also boasts grounds with manicured lawns, flower-filled beds and a formal terrace garden featuring a pond – the ideal backdrop for big-day photographs.
This spectacular house seamlessly marries history with contemporary features. The sweeping driveway reveals the Queen Anne manor house dating back to 1705 having been lovingly renovated using Cornish stone and slate. The south-facing views are towards the sea and the property is surrounded by the stunning Cornish countryside.
There are also four rooms available inside for intimate ceremonies of up to 25 guests and for larger functions, the Tredudwell Pavilion offers the flexibility of a modern building with bi-fold walls that modulate the size of the rooms according to the number of guests. It can seat up to 150 loved ones and boasts traditional design elements including wooden beams, a draped canvas ceiling and glittering chandeliers.
For further information, visit https://tredudwell.co.uk and read more about this charming venue in our latest issue, available as a FREE download here
Photography by https://www.tobylowephotography.co.uk
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