Mamhead Estate: a wedding venue with history and charm

With a motto like ‘Ubi amor ibi fides’, meaning ‘Where there is love, there is trust’, Mamhead House is a superb setting for exchanging vows and celebrating your wedding day. Renowned for its historic features and the love story that led to its creation – Sir Robert Newman built it for his bride Mary as a marriage gift – this prestigious venue is now open for weddings. 

Couples can choose between 10 elegant reception rooms and there is even a separate Orangery, all of which retain period character and charm. Fully restored to its original splendour, this hidden gem is set within 166 acres of manicured gardens and offers amazing views along the East Devon coast. 

A unique wedding setting, Mamhead Estate also includes 27 luxurious bedrooms, a church, an Italian style terrace and sunken gardens beautifully designed by the famous Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. 

Adding to Mamhead’s picturesque setting is the Grade II listed Castle, which was designed by Anthony Salvin and is a copy of the 14th century Belsay Castle in Northumberland. 

If you’re seeking a private and exclusive stately home with stunning architecture to host your wedding celebration, look no further than Mamhead House! 

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Mamhead House
Address: Mamhead House and Castle, Mamhead House, Mamhead Park, Exeter, EX6 8HD
T:01392 338 350
E: info@mamheadestate.com
W: http://mamheadestate.com/

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