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Chavenage House

Favoured by film crews, an Elizabethan family home built of Cotswold stone.

Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8XP

Chavenage House in Gloucestershire

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Weddings

Capacity
  • 51-100
Venue Types
  • Chapel / church
  • House rooms
  • Marquee space
  • Outdoor / garden
Facilities
  • Accessible parking
  • Guest parking
  • Suppliers list
for the latest information.
Accessibility

Disabled Access.
Chavenage is an Elizabethan building retaining many of its original features (dating from before 1576). As a result, there is unfortunately no wheelchair access, and there are steps and uneven floors throughout the house.

Health and Safety Advice.
In the gardens there are uneven surfaces, non-edible plants, low branches, and slippery surfaces in wet weather. In the building there are some steep stone steps, low doorways, uneven and slippery floors, and other steps not immediately obvious. Children should always be accompanied while visiting Chavenage.

 

Part of the tour requires visitors to go upstairs.
Chavenage House will adhere to both Governmental Guidelines and Public Health Guidance at the time of any visit.

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Chavenage (aka Trenwith from Poldark) offers the ideal setting for that perfect English Wedding. With unspoilt views to the south and wonderful grounds, there are many places to site a marquee. The house itself can accomadate up to 100 persons for a Wedding, with the meal being served in the Ballroom.

Booking

Contact the Estate Office – Telephone 01666 504696
Email: info@chavenage.com

for the latest information.
Accessibility

Disabled Access.
Chavenage is an Elizabethan building retaining many of its original features (dating from before 1576). As a result, there is unfortunately no wheelchair access, and there are steps and uneven floors throughout the house.

Health and Safety Advice.
In the gardens there are uneven surfaces, non-edible plants, low branches, and slippery surfaces in wet weather. In the building there are some steep stone steps, low doorways, uneven and slippery floors, and other steps not immediately obvious. Children should always be accompanied while visiting Chavenage.

 

Part of the tour requires visitors to go upstairs.
Chavenage House will adhere to both Governmental Guidelines and Public Health Guidance at the time of any visit.

Does our information need updating?
Let us know here

Charlotte & Leon

Firstly, thank you so much for accommodating us yesterday. The home is stunning and we love you and your family. Thank you. Many thanks again for accommodating us, we had the best day!