With arrow-slit windows, sweeping staircases and four-poster bedrooms, Boringdon Hall has character, charm and heritage. The 16th century country manor has a rich history steeped in occasion and its tucked-away location makes Boringdon a wedding bolthole you’ll want to boast about.
From the intimate Rose Room with its double aspect lattice windows, to the Great Hall with its impressive fireplace, the hotel’s interiors provide the perfect backdrop to your celebrations.
With over 500 years of history, set in stunning grounds overlooking Plymouth Sound, this is the venue dreams are made of. No matter what you have imagined, traditional or modern, all things are possible for the
day of your dreams here at Mount Edgcumbe.
The perfect setting for your special day. Surrounded by pebbled beaches and coastline
The Orangery is a stunning reception venue in the far South East corner of Cornwall also known as “the forgotten corner” which borders the Ocean city of Plymouth by three sides of water, here you will find a unique haven of peace and tranquillity. The perfect setting for your special day.
Grayson Perry: The Pre-Therapy Years at The Holburne Museum
The first exhibition to survey Grayson Perry’s earliest forays into the art world re-introduces the explosive and creative works he made between 1982 and 1994. These ground-breaking ‘lost’ pots are reunited for the first time to focus on the formative years of one of Britain’s most recognisable artists.
The show at the Holburne Museum is also remarkable for the fact that many of the 70 items on display have been crowd-sourced from across the UK, following a hugely successful appeal to the public in 2018.
Today, Perry – and his instantly-recognisable alter-ego, Claire – enjoys a reputation bordering on National Treasure status by virtue of his distinctive tapestry, collage and ceramic works – that often explore themes of gender, identity and social class – and his remarkable work as a witty social commentator on television and in print.