£6995 - £8995 for venue hire
Up to 65
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A gorgeous Georgian manor house located on the idyllic Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall available for exclusive use weddings with a beach at the end of the lane.
Features & Capacity
Country House / Manor House
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Bridal Changing Facilities
Grade I/II Listed Building
In-house Wedding Coordinator
Ceremony and Reception
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Corkage Charge for Own Alcohol
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Pricing & Costs
- The Rosevine provides the perfect blank canvas for your wedding. Whether a small gathering or exclusive use (September to June), we’ll work closely with you to create a bespoke day like no other. The house is licensed for civil ceremonies, you can get married in a choice of 2 rooms, and there's the very beautiful water-side church of St Just in Roseland just up the road. Your wedding can be as intimate or elaborate as you choose. Host your ceremony and wedding breakfast for up to 65 both with stunning sea views out across the bay. From a pre-wedding barbeque on the beach the night before to the wedding breakfast and everything in between, our talented House Chefs will create a menu tailored to your requirements. The House can accommodate guests in 15 suites, apartments (sleeping 30) and sea view studios, all with mini-kitchens and cosy sitting/dining areas. Truly family friendly, children can enjoy a large garden with play area, heated indoor pool and their own play room. Children’s food, an entertainer and babysitters can be arranged. We're hidden away on the unspoilt and very romantic Roseland Peninsula, looking out towards the tiny fishing village of Portscatho and just a short stroll from Porthcurnick Beach, perfect for beach weddings.
ExperienceYear Business Was Established2008# Of Weddings HostedMore than 50# Of People In Team10Public Liability InsuranceYes
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Describe the best wedding that happened at your venue?
It's hard to describe just one wedding - we're so lucky to count so many beautiful weddings as part of the Rosevine year. It's lovely to see the house taken over and used as it should be; welcoming families and children enjoying the freedom to roam the house and grounds, the couples decorating the house with personal touches like family photos on the dressers, and having everyone at the house for the entire weekend. Beach games and a barbecue or a trip to the local pub on the night before, the excitement building whilst getting ready with breakfast boxes delivered to the apartments on the morning of the wedding, seeing the team decorate, beauticians and hairdressers arriving, the scent of fresh flowers, photographers snapping away and seeing the months of preparation coming together when the wedding takes place either at the house or at the local church, then the party commences! Sundays are for full Cornish breakfasts, Sunday lunches and a swim in the pool (or in the sea!) to clear heads before fond farewells.
What’s your #1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Use a colour coded master plan behind the scenes to help you keep track of your guests’ requirements – working with your venue to let them know not only where everyone is sitting but whether they have special dietary requirements or child's portions. Pretty table plans are for front of house only – this is military!
What’s your favourite personal touch you’ve seen at a wedding?
One idea we’ve liked is Polaroid style place cards. The slightly washed out polaroid look is very retro – very now. And it's a very personal way of recognising your family and friends - seeing them take their seats and their reactions to the photos is always great fun!
Describe your venue in 5 adjectives.
Unique, coastal, intimate, relaxed, special
Where’s the best photo spot at your venue?
On the beach!
What’s your favourite canapé?
Using the best ingredients closest to us - local seafood canapes are a winner and we also serve extremely popular deli meat platters.
What’s your favourite midnight treat?
It has to be the good old pasty!
What is your venue's most unique feature?
Exclusive use of a Manor house on the Cornish Coast
What part of your business are you most proud of?
With nearly 10 years experience, we know weddings at The Rosevine. We specialise in exclusive use weddings and pride ourselves on really getting to know our couples and how we can make their day one to remember. It's not one in one out, or even multiple weddings happening at the same time, the Rosevine is really all yours and so are we!
Spring Wedding Open Day
- 7th April 2018
- Saturday 7th April see's the affectionally named 'Big House by the Sea' throw open it's front doors, welcoming you and your love to come and experience The Rosevine and all it has to offer for your up