The fairy theme and classically elegant Isle of Wight luxury property with wonderful artwork provided by Josephine Wall. Enchanted Manor will be offered fairytale weddings and themed evening, or exclusive hire of the whole property for events from April 2017.
Romantic weddings or vow renewals for up to 60 guests can be catered for, with accommodation for up to 24 guests if required. Package can include -
Fully decorated wedding room or ornate pagodas for a garden ceremony (seating for up to 50 guests). Also a romantic decorated dining hall overlooking the gardens.
Prince and Princess food carts can be used with memorable menus.
Therapy room for treatments.
Facilities for music or use of self-playing piano.
Beautiful fairy lit Cinderella coach and castle backdrop for photography, or in the gardens with gazebo.
Fairytale Castle mock wedding cake prop for photography.
Experience wedding planner to assist you.
Garden hot tub and Fairytale BBQ Hut, pool table and games room for those staying for 3/4 nights or more.
Some extras for the Bride and Groom.
All the opulent bedrooms have ornate hand-carved four poster beds with sumptuous drapes and really comfy mattresses with soft toppers for a restful sleep. Ornate Venetian glass chandeliers adorn every room and stylish soft furnishings complement the tasteful décor. Some of the luxury suites have sea views.
The Enchanted Manor is located in the private gardens and woodlands. A minutes stroll takes you to the rugged coastline with the famous St Catherine's lighthouse. The quaint village of Niton is closeby.
Prices from £350 for a mid-week 2 hour ceremony or from £950 for day hire.
Exclusive 3 night weekend / 4 night mid-week stays with accommodation for up to 24 guests from £2,950 or £3,950 including the wedding package.
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