Pynes House is a Devonshire country house wedding venue that is steeped in history. Set in its own 37 acre of gorgeous parkland and believed to be the inspiration for Barton Park in Jane Austen’s Novel Sense and Sensibility, Pynes House is the most wonderful place to host your Devon wedding day. Built in the beautiful countryside of Exe Valley in about 1700, approximately three miles from Exeter, Pynes House makes the ideal year-round wedding venue for both intimate celebrations and the larger wedding ceremonies.
The beautiful manicured lawns sweep around this Exeter wedding venue creating the ideal location for your wedding photography or purely to relax in and enjoy your special day with family and friends. Not to mention the spectacular ornamental terraces and ancient woodland that you and your guests will have access to on the day to enjoy and create lasting memories. In the Winter months the great open log fires will provide a warm and cosy feel throughout the venue, the perfect romantic setting and ideal for documentary wedding photography.
Pynes House has the capacity to hold up to 90 guests for a sit down meal making ideal for more intimate wedding celebrations, however, if you are looking for a larger venue, Pynes House can also offer a marquee to be positioned on the sweeping lawns to cater for this. The marquee will be surrounded by the breath taking Devonshire countryside and manicured lawns with the stunning house itself as a wonderful back drop.
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