Landguard Manor

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Landguard Manor Road Shanklin Isle of Wight PO37 7JB
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About Landguard Manor

Landguard Manor Road, Shanklin
Isle of Wight, PO37 7JB

Oozing style, elegance and romance, Landguard Manor is one of the most fabulous wedding venues on the Isle of Wight. Just minutes from the coast and set within four and a half acres of manicured lawns and gardens, this beautiful wedding venue can host ceremonies both inside the house and outside, too. Pose for photographs by their grand staircase, then enjoy a wedding breakfast from a range of carefully crafted packages. Perfect for a summer wedding, their lawn marquee can welcome an incredible 350 guests.

• Escape to a wedding on the Isle of Wight at this gorgeous 18th century manor house • Oozing style, elegance and romance • Minutes from the coast • Set within four and a half acres of manicured lawns and gardens • Can host ceremonies both inside the house and outside • Lawn marquee can welcome an incredible 350 guests

Facilities at Landguard Manor

Venue Type :
Civil Ceremony Licence
Exclusive Use
In the Country
Evening Entertainment :
Evening Reception Facilities
Dance Floor
Entertainment Licence
Live Band Facilities
DJ Facilities
Outdoor Fireworks Permitted
Overnight Accommodation :
Overnight Accommodation for Wedding Couple
Other Features :
Confetti Permitted
Disabled Facilities
Car Parking
Pets Welcome
Dining Options :
Seated Meal Facilities
Buffet Meal Facilities
In House Catering
Alcohol Licence
Corkage Option
Capacity :
Less than 30 guests
30 to 50 guests
50 to 75 guests
75 to 100 guests
100 to 150 guests
Venue Staff Assistance :
Wedding Coordinator

Landguard Manor Reviews (2)

Venue Service

By Becky, on 11 Sep 2009

Landguard Manor is an extremely beautiful place to have your wedding reception. The main rooms are fantastic, and if like us you have a sunny day, the grounds are beautiful. I imagine it would be very cosy for a winter wedding too. The attention to detail at Landguard is very good, and everything was terribly well presented. Special diets and children are well catered for. The starters were lovely, and the dessert our wedding cake was beautifully presented. The main course, whilst completely adequate was over-priced and there was a mistake in the service meaning some people waited a very long time for their meal to be served. The only real let down was the fact that the staff were not on hand to direct us as a couple. We were under the impression that we would be stage-managed a bit more but as it was it was us who had to direct our guests into dinner and to direct them to the bar. No one was really on hand to ask questions to. On a couple of occasions our best man had to activitely seek out members of staff. It doesn''t sound like a major problem now, but on the day I found it really stressful. I would have just like someone to be on hand a bit more to tell us what we should be doing and when. Also note-worthy is the fact that a month on we are yet to receive any further correspondance from them.

The venue met our requirements perfectly.
Venue Service

By Jim Rider (Father of the Bride), on 07 Apr 2002

LANDGUARD MANOR Before deciding on where to hold their Reception our happy couple, James and Louise, had visited around thirty possible venues both on the mainland and the Island. Our final choice was a Marriage Service at St Mary’s Carrisbrooke, the Reception at Landguard Manor with overnight accommodation for most of our guests at the Brunswick Hotel, Shanklin. These three venues proved to be excellent choices. Landguard Manor was the obvious choice for the Reception because it had all that we wanted: A picturesque setting for a stunning photo shoot, with spring flowers against a background of old stone walls and a manicured lawn. A reliable and flexible catering service, easy and ample parking, and room for our guests to enjoy the evening and all at a realistic and fair price. On returning from the Service our open top, vintage, green bus stopped at the end of the red carpet which elegantly led our eighty four guests into a blue and marble lofty, candlelit, and comfortably furnished entrance hall. The perfectly prepared meal and drinks were served under the personal supervision of the functions manageress by eight waitresses. Special dietary requirements were accurately catered for and ‘unobtrusive excellence’ was the hallmark of the superb service. The four large reception rooms available throughout the evening provided areas for all of our guests to dance, party or enjoy quiet conversation. Nothing was too much trouble for the cheerful and welcoming staff. Our happy couple were delighted. All of us involved in the planning of the wedding are unreservedly fully satisfied with the major contribution made to our happy day by all at Landguard Manor. April 02

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