BOCONNOC HOUSE AND GARDEN Steelasophical Visit

BOCONNOC HOUSE AND GARDEN Steelasophical Visit

BOCONNOC weddings

The Estate Office
Boconnoc
Lostwithiel
Cornwall
PL22 0RG

If using SATNAV use postcode

PL22 0RN & follow drive in

Tel: 01208 872507

Fax: 01208 873836

Email: info@boconnoc.com

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BOCONNOC HOUSE AND GARDEN Steelasophical Visit

If you want a beautiful remote location with a stunning blank canvas to create whatever you have imagined for your wedding day then Boconnoc house and the surrounding grounds will be right for you.

The house, which is not a hotel, can be privately hired with the option of creating a small simple wedding for two or a three day wedding festival extravaganza. Boconnoc lends itself to anything and the only limit is your imagination. There are many quirky corners and secret spots to create the most unique wedding you had ever imagined.

Boconnoc can be described as a wedding village as there is accommodation onsite for 40 guests, a church, civil or humanist ceremony space, the beautiful Soane Room for drinks or dinner on the Friday night and a cricket pitch if you want to extend the wedding party on Sunday with a Bride v Grooms match!

The lawns in front of the house are an ideal spot for your drinks reception with views across the parkland and down to the lake in the valley. The main house has four beautiful reception rooms.  The Drawing Room can be used for your drinks reception, the Garden Room seats 100 guests and with an additional marquee attached to the end of the room 240 guests can be seated. The Panelled Room and Smoking Room can then be used for your bar and dancing.

Church Steelband

Church Service

Your church service can he held in the 14th century Boconnoc church which is nestled above the house, with views over the house and gardens and across the park and ancient woodland. It is a breath-taking spot to get married. 240 guests can be seated and there is a choir stall.

The joy of a church service on the estate is that no-one has to drive as guests can walk down to your drinks reception in the house after the service.

Civil or Humanist Ceremony venue

Your civil or humanist ceremony can be held in one of the rooms in the main house, in the the 17th century Stable Yard or in the Georgian Bathhouse. 60 – 80 guests can be seated and we will provide the chairs and ceremony table. After your ceremony guests can walk to your drinks reception in the Drawing Room of the house or outside on to the lawns for drinks in the evening sunshine.

Drinks Reception

This is the perfect location in which to create all you imagined on your wedding day. The views from the house are spell binding and the four beautiful receptions rooms in the house offer ample space to create exactly the layout you want.

Your drinks reception can be held on the lawns, under the crab apple tree looking across the park to the lake. Garden furniture is available to hire and you can set up your own games on the lawns like croquet and cricket. A string quartet or a steel band add to the magical atmosphere. Alternatively your drinks reception can be held in the Drawing Room.

Wedding Breakfast

The wedding breakfast is held in the light and airy Garden Room, with windows on three sides looking across the gardens and down the valley. This room seats 110 guests but an additional marquee can be attached to one end across the terrace, which can seat up to 240 guests.

Bar and Dancing Area

The Panelled Room and Smoking Room can be used for your bar area and dancing, and the Drawing Room offers a place to relax and talk in front of the fire, after dinner.

We have a suggested suppliers list of caterers, marquee companies, photographers, florists and all the essentials to create an exquisite celebration and we can provide you with advice and ideas on the planning of your day. We hire out tables and chairs for up to 110 guests and garden furniture for the lawns or terrace.

There are endless photographic opportunities on the Estate, including in front of the house, by the lake, in the gardens or on the 18th century painted staircase.

 

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