St Anne’s House, Plymouth

Location: St Anne’s House, Plymouth

Nestled in Jennycliff Bay, Plymouth, St Anne’s House is the perfect coastal retreat for your wedding celebrations or special event. The house is available exclusively for you and your wedding guests and there are stunning sea views and the beach is just a stones throw away. The house can accommodate up to 30 people enabling you to entertain family and friends the night before your nuptuals. St Anne’s House offers a ‘Full Wedding Package’ which includes:-

Exclusive use of St Anne’s House – including accommodation.
Guest arrangements – outdoor location available – up to 200 guests
Access to the exquisite country home grounds for photographs
Use of the outdoor heated swimming pool and jacuzzi
Pool side bar and entertainment area

Maximum Marquee Size 12m x 36m + catering tent
Power Supply 63 amp supply available
Water Available on site
Catering No restrictions
Toilets Can be supplied by Hatch Marquee Hire
Parking Available on site
Camping No
Hotel and B+B St Anne’s House can accommodate up to 30 people
Cost to hire Please call us to confirm pricing

If you are looking for a little guidance on preparing for a marquee wedding, then take a look at our blog page.  It has loads of advice and guidance on planning, decorating your marquee, clear roof marquees and marquee wedding catering.  Take a look and start planning your day!

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Jon Green

Jon has been a director/owner of Hatch Marquee Hire since 2013 and previously was a marquee rigger for the company. So when it comes to marquee weddings, from working with clients to plan their ideal layout, to managing the operational side of installing a marquee, there isn’t really anything that Jon hasn’t experienced. Having said that, he is always up for a challenge! With his in-depth knowledge he is in the perfect position to provide give guidance and advice on anything marquee and wedding related.

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