The Sharpham Trust hosts weddings in Sharpham House, working with carefully selected outside caterers: The Dartmoor Kitchen, The Kitchen Table, Field to Fork and South Devon Hog Roast.
The Trust also offers simple in-house buffets of wholesome, vegetarian food that has garnered many plaudits – some of which has been grown its own 18th-century walled garden.
Sharpham House is a Georgian Palladian villa built in 1765 for Philemon Pownoll (a naval captain who became wealthy when he helped capture a Spanish galleon). The House features an oval staircase that rises up to a dome with a skylight, where couples can be married.
There are five spaces in Sharpham House licensed for wedding ceremonies. Inside, up to 120 people can be catered for. Outside, the marquee can seat 200 guests. The House has 24 bedrooms that can sleep up to 44 people.
Midweek weddings with accommodation cost from £4,000 (from £2,500 without accommodation.) Weekend weddings with accommodation cost from £6,000.
To book, call Sharpham House Manager Denise Scribbins, or visit the website.