Marriage on the moor
FROM the picturesque gardens and moorland surrounds to the stunning Crystal Room complete with chandeliers, the Moorland Garden Hotel offers the perfect setting to celebrate your special day in style.
Newly refurbished and nestling within nine acres of moorland garden on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, this luxury Devon hotel caters for wedding parties from two to 160, with the option of hosting up to 500 in a marquee in the grounds.
Whether you choose to say 'I do' in the elegant Crystal Room, beneath the vaulted ceiling of the Mayflower, or opt for an intimate affair in the Tavistock, the Moorland Garden Hotel is your dream destination to tie the knot.
And the hotel's idyllic garden setting provides the natural backdrop for capturing the happy day on film.
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When it comes to celebrating post nuptials, the bridal party can dine to the nines and dance the night away in the chandelier-lit crystal ballroom with its floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the lawn and one of the South West's largest sprung dance floors.
For the icing on the cake, the Forget-Me-Not suite is an ideal bridal boudoir with its four-poster bed, mirrored dressing table and tailoring mannequin for the dress.
Complimenting this are three other new, stylish bedroom suites for relaxing pre and post celebrations. With 40 other bedrooms – most with garden views – there is plenty of space for the whole wedding party, whatever the size.
Every detail of the big day will be taken care of by the hotel's dedicated wedding co-ordinator, who is on hand to provide assistance and planning throughout. The wedding team can suggest a pre-prepared package or craft something bespoke. With a list of suppliers from florists to photographers and toast masters, the Moorland Garden is happy to recommend trusted experts to make sure everything comes together without a hitch.
The Moorland Garden Hotel offers a tranquil base between the untamed splendour of Dartmoor and the magnificent natural harbour of Plymouth. The hotel was taken over by Brian and Sonia Meaden (parents of TV's Dragon's Den star Deborah Meaden) in July 2011.