Exclusive Dartmoor Wedding Venue & Devon Country House - Coombe Trenchard

Exclusive Dartmoor Wedding Venue ~ Devon Country House

Vintage Country Weddings at Coombe Trenchard

Think vintage, rustic, country-chic and romance. Pretty china, champagne saucers, antique lace and original jewellery. Imagine making your wedding vows under an historic clock  tower - and peacocks roaming whilst your guests play croquet on the lawn and a band entertains on the terrace ... 

Built at the foot of beautiful Dartmoor, Devon in 1906 for a wealthy Edwardian couple who loved to entertain, both the house and gardens of Coombe Trenchard are fabulous examples of the Arts & Crafts era, which delighted in handcrafted, individual style and beauty.

The house itself bears some stunning and unique period features, including hand-carved doors, sweeping staircases, antique furniture and objects d'art ... as well as its fascinating Disappearing Wall. It's approached via a 1km driveway, and surrounded by pasture, woodland and gardens with bridges, terraces, walks and many Arts & Crafts features.

Vintage Country Weddings at Coombe Trenchard

All of which makes Coombe Trenchard the perfect setting for a vintage country wedding. As well as this beautiful setting we offer the use of our vintage tableware (including crockery and Champagne saucers), hand-cut flowers from our gardens for bouquets or decoration, and homemade cream teas and other goodies for you and your guests.

So, if you lean towards the vintage romantic - then marry in the Grand Hall whilst your guests watch from the Minstrel's Gallery. Or if you're considering a more rustic-country feel, then you must see our spacious stone Coach House, or even consider yurts in Barn Park.

Whichever is more 'you', choose from 12 locations for your ceremony, and as many options for your reception

Charlotte & Alex's Summer Wedding

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More Vintage Wedding Inspiration

For some wonderful vintage country wedding style inspiration take a look at more images from our Vintage Wedding styled shoot by Blue Fizz, and the 1920s Jazz Age Wedding post on Love My Dress