With up to Â£1000 off some of our wedding packages, take advantage of these last minute offers for a wonderful wedding at Port Eliot in 2017.
AMAZING OFFERS IN 2017 STILL AVAILABLE
The breathtaking Port Eliot is an incredible place to get married and could still be exclusively yours for your wedding in 2017. With key weekend dates still available, including some amazing offers, you could be celebrating your special day at Port Eliot sooner than you think! Email Lucy today to put your date in the diary.
Take a look at these amazing dates that could be yours:
Saturday 26 AugustÂ (15% discount)
Saturday 16th SeptemberÂ (10% discount)
Saturday 23rd SeptemberÂ (10% discount)
Saturday 21 OctoberÂ (10% discount)
Saturday 04 NovemberÂ (10% discount)
Saturday 11 NovemberÂ (10% discount)
Saturday 25th NovemberÂ (10% discount)
Saturday 02 DecemberÂ (10% discount)
Saturday 09 DecemberÂ (10% discount)
Saturday 16 DecemberÂ (5% discount)
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The Setting... A magnificent Grade I listed house & gardens owned and occupied by the Countess of St Germans, Port Eliot is one of the most beautiful places in Cornwall; providing a perfect backdrop for your wedding day.Ã¢Â€Â™ The estate stands in stunning secluded grounds and parkland, along the idyllic banks of the River Lyhner. It is conveniently located a short walk from St Germans railway station, and a 25 minute drive,…
Port Eliot is situated in the village of St Germans on the Rame Peninsula in South East Cornwall. The pedestrian entrance to Port Eliot is via the Lodge Gate in the village.
ARRIVE BY CAR
From the A38, follow the signs for St Germans (B3249). Turn left into the Port Eliot/Tideford Cricket Ground Entrance. Follow the gravel drive down to the car park.
From Torpoint, turn right at Polbathic and follow the signs for St Germans and then Port Eliot. The entrance to Port Eliot is on the B3249 outside the village on the way to the A38.
ARRIVE BY TRAIN
First Great Western Trains stop at St Germans Station. From the station follow the signs to Port Eliot, via the Lodge Gate in the village. This walk should take approximately eight minutes.