Daphne Du Maurier described Trelowarren as ‘a jewel in the palm of your hand’. As you wind our way along the drive, through ancient woodland that gives way to open parkland and views across rolling countryside tumbling into wooded valleys, it is easy to see why Ms Du Maurier was so enchanted by it. From the trees forming a leafy archway above and the hedgerows speckled with wildflowers to the lush expanses where fizz and feasting can be enjoyed alongside heady views, you, too, will succumb to its palpable sense of romance.
After the majestic arrival, you’ll approach a cluster of buildings that comprises the heart of Trelowarren: the 14th century manor house, The New Yard restaurant, and leisure area.
Meandering lanes take you past features such as huge gunnera plants, Rococo gardens and a Neolithic chamber en route to luxurious five-star eco houses and cosy, traditional cottages, which are scattered throughout the estate. The hubbub of the modern world feels very far away from this secluded and tranquil spot.
The Grade I listed manor house, which has been home to the Vyvyan family for 600 years, is a dramatic building with turrets, ornate plasterwork and Gothic windows akin to a cathedral. It is a stirring backdrop for wedding photographs.
We have a Wedding License to hold Civil Marriage Ceremonies in the Drawing Room, the Library and the Hall – and the beautiful Gothic Chapel is perfect for a wedding celebration.*
* Please note it is not possible to hold a Civil Marriage Ceremony in the Chapel owing to the regulations regarding the use of buildings which have any history of religious use.
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We look forward to making your wedding day truly special.