Information about Elfordleigh Hotel
If you are looking for a venue with history, charm and elegance, look no further than Elfordleigh Hotel in Plymouth. 100 acres of tranquility and remarkable nature await you and your guests as you celebrate this momentous occasion. A devoted planner will help you make the most of the gorgeous hotel with beautiful rooms and extensive leisure activities on the grounds and in nearby cities. Your wedding day will not fail to leave a lasting mark on the lives of you and your friends and family.
Facilities and capacity
The Reynold’s Suite allows for 70 of your friends and family for a wedding breakfast or evening reception and has an adjacent sun terrace. The Conservatory has plenty of natural sunlight without being exposed to the elements and is perfect for a ceremony of 72 or dining of 40 guests. The Elite Suite can be decorated with ceiling drapery and high stage for a DJ or disco that will add a magical feel to this already wonderful space that holds up to 200 guests. The Langmead Suite offers a simple, contemporary feel for a ceremony of 100 people.
Each wedding at Elfordleigh receives a dedicated coordinator that will assist you with all planning, a cake stand and knife, background music during the meal, table plan and numbers that match your theme, linen tablecloths and napkins, Bridal suite, and a golf cart ride to the lake on the grounds to take extraordinary pictures.
Choose from a one to three course meal, a buffet option, canapés, a sorbet or cheese board course and drink packages. Evening buffet, hog roast and barbeque options are available to cater to a variety of needs and tastes. Don’t worry about your younger guests, the children’s menu has many dishes to satisfy their appetite as well.
The 36 rooms at the hotel boast views of the golf course and scenery to make your stay as magical as possible. The grounds are home to an 18-hole golf course and spa and is also only seven miles from the centre of Plymouth and within easy reach of the sea and Dartmoor.
Built in 1710, this facility has seen several owners, renovators and residents who helped make it into what it is today. William Langmead made the first improvements on the house and J.H. Taylor created the 9-hole golf course in 1932. During WWII in 1940, children from St. Nazareth Home and a group of Royal Marines were housed here. The estate had three more owners up until the current ones that took over in 2003.
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