St Mawes Castle and its larger sister castle, Pendennis, were built as part of a defensive chain of fortresses by Henry VIII to protect the south coast of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. This chain of coastal fortifications are known as Henrician Castles or Device Forts. St Mawes Castle was built between 1540 and 1543, halfway down the hillside on the eastern shore of the River Fal estuary to provide protection to the large inland expanse of water known as the Carrick Roads, near…
35 unusual and unique wedding venues around the UK
THE ARTIST'S BEACH HOUSE If seaside ambiance is your thing, look no further than this charming clapperboard house on a popular stretch of coastline in Kent. Built in 1906 with New England-style features, it can host intimate civil wedding ceremonies for around 40 guests on the sea-facing veranda or - if the weather's chilly- by the log fire in the sitting room. The Artist's Beach House, Whitstable
Blue Fizz Events offers stunning, traditional style canvas pole marquees in the most beautiful coastal and countryside locations throughout the South West of England. Whether you are seeking the wild charm of Exmoor, the regal elegance of a Georgian estate, the dramatic backdrop of a rugged coastline or the rustic simplicity of a Devon farm, Blue Fizz Events have just the spot to suit.