For history and natural beauty, Cornwall is unmatched. With its own place in Cornish history, Burncoose House in Gwennap, Cornwall, captures both at their best.
Transporting you to a time when Gwennap (and the wider region of Redruth) was one of the richest places in the world, Burncoose House and Gardens is a testament to Cornwall’s metal mining heritage.
Once at the forefront of Cornwall’s booming prosperity from the mining trade, today Burncoose House and Gardens is a top Cornwall garden destination and a beautiful luxury manor house wedding venue.
Monumental views across the site’s 30 acres can be had from just about every space at Burncoose. Needless to say, being a Burncoose House wedding photographer is magical.
The estate’s epic bluebell meadow alone (one of the best in Cornwall) is a wedding photographer’s dream. Then there are the: hydrangeas, magnolias, rhododendrons, daffodils, camellias, ponds, Japanese maples, towering monkey trees, award-winning nurseries and so much more.
Etched with all the best Georgian features, Burncoose remains a picture of Georgian elegance, fitting for its notable position in Cornish history. Tucked into resplendent countryside, Burncoose manor house sits in a prime location between Falmouth, Portreath and Truro.
Located just off the A393, each top Cornwall destination is only 20 minutes away, putting you within easy reach of so many of Cornwall’s iconic attractions.
The serene rural setting of Gwennap is brimming with enchanting Cornish woodland scattered with glorious historic homes, well-preserved industrial relics, waterways, nature reserves and centuries-old mills.
Burncoose House is a sumptuous whirlwind of each. Just right for a home which still belongs to the landmark Williams family who once spearheaded the region’s fortunes.
Multi-Day and Intimate Burncoose Wedding
Catering to both intimate and large weddings, Burncoose can be yours for the day or multiple days if you want to turn the occasion into a multi-day wedding.
For overnight stays, there’s a collection of 7 ensuite king, super king and double rooms to house 14 guests, plus additional accommodation in Gilly Barn and Burnfoot Barn. Both barns make up the Trewegee Barns complex, where 11 extra guests can relax in the site’s gorgeous self-catering barn conversions complete with magnificent views.
For a dreamy start to your honeymoon, The Stable Courtyard Flat Two is a tranquil honeymoon suite, recently refurbished with original features, a wood-burning stove, its own kitchen and a private courtyard.
Part of the local Cornish Mining World Heritage Site, Burncoose House and Gardens makes for an epic backdrop to your wedding and a dream for stunning wedding photography.
It seems as if there are monumental views from every corner of the house and grounds. A delight which begins no sooner than the moment you get your first glimpse of Burncoose’s dove-grey exterior.
Head up the drive, edged with scarlet rhododendrons and pale magnolias, to a sensational view of Burncoose House fronted by an endless green lawn. On every side, views beyond telling of the stupendous abundance of flowers, trees, creeks and woodland which inhabit the Caerhays Estate.
Step into the grade II-listed house for gorgeous period features- a feast of chandeliers, marble fireplaces, high ceilings, period furniture, elaborate plasterwork and sumptuous wallpaper. Each room is yours to use as you wish as well as the outdoor terrace and grounds.
A Luxury Country House Wedding Venue
Inside, Burncoose’s fine period dining room doubles as a divine space to hold an intimate wedding breakfast. Alternatively or for larger gatherings, the glass conservatory is a beautiful, light-filled setting with views across the grounds and a dancefloor topped with its own shimmering glitter ball.
For the largest guest lists of up to 150, a marquee on the lawn provides all the extra space you need.
Descend the grand staircase to the ceremony space of your choice. Will it be the drawing room, library, conservatory or perhaps somewhere outside amongst the botanicals in the grounds?
The terrace, courtyard, lawn games, barbecue area, outdoor table tennis and hot tub make the views easy to enjoy throughout your event. There’s also table tennis and billiards inside the house for guests to savour during the day.
Burncoose’s central location makes transportation easy and exploration simple.
Within easy reach is everywhere from Chapel Porth Beach to Mawnan Smith, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Land’s End, Redruth, Stithians Lake, St Michael’s Mount, St Mawes and Tintagel Castle. Popular ways to uncover the local area include: hiking, cycling, kayaking, horse riding, golf and sailing
In fact, the entire local area is home to stunning woodland and picturesque nature reserves. On the doorstep is Kennall Vale by the River Kennall, for example, and Enys Gardens, one of the oldest gardens in Cornwall.
There’s also the Helford River nearby and lots more great natural landscapes so any opportunity to be a Burncoose House wedding photographer is a joy. As a local Cornwall wedding photographer, I always take my couples to locations outsiders wouldn’t know meaning you’re guaranteed stunning wedding photos that impress.
Local to the area, I’m a highly experienced Cornish wedding photographer who has been lucky to be a Burncoose House wedding photographer many times. Whether you want to get married at Burncoose House or another location – give me a call on: 07854 172143 or send a message and let’s talk about what you have in mind for your wedding.
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