Deer Park Country House is an elegant and exceptionally relaxed Georgian manor house wedding venue near Honiton in Devon, where rural simplicity meets impeccable hospitality and modern thinking.
The team at Deer Park, specialise in made-to-measure weddings in their sumptuous house, which is one of Devon’s best hidden secrets! Amongst 80 acres of land, there is an Italian walled garden and outdoor Mediterranean kitchen with the house itself being steeping in history.
Weddings at Deer Park can either be a casual affair or extraordinary – they are all a sensory experience.
Everything at Deer Park is fabulous from start to finish. The house offers a stylish country house experience. All of their bedrooms are well equipped, beautifully designed and provide a super compfortable nights sleep for your guests. One of our favourite features has to be their honeymoon suite. Imagine staying in your own thatched tree house, set within a cluster of beautiful old oaks. Private, luxurious and with un-interrupted views of the Devonshire countryside. The tree house comes complete with its own log burner, roll top bath and wrap-around balcony. You can sit on your own private balcony in the evenings, looking up at the stars and enjoy toasting each other with a glass of Champagne.
When it comes to your ceremony, couples can choose to say ‘I Do’ in the wooden summer house through the secluded gardens – where you might even spot a deer! The grounds of Deer Park provide perfect backdrop for photos of your big day, including a wildflower meadow, Italian gardens, walled gardens and a hand-crafted love seat, or couples can climb the topmost branches of the treehouse balcony to overlook the River Otter.
The Orangery at Deer Park can host up to 230 guests for your wedding reception, it is a magnificent setting with eye-catching chandeliers, bespoke botanical wallpaper, Italian stone flooring and a gorgeous orange blossom scent! If you would like to find out more about this incredible venue, arrange a showround or chat to one of their team click here for more information.
Images provided by T Holland Photography, Venetia Norrington Photography and Tara Statton Photography