Introducing the Rose Gardens at Roswarne

Introducing the Rose Gardens at Roswarne

Article Published: Friday 17th December, 2021 - 12:14pm

A new exclusive-use wedding venue has opened its doors in Cornwall ' and it's the stuff of dreams for couples seeking a secluded and timelessly romantic backdrop for their wedding celebrations. Set in six acres of grounds at Camborne's Holman Park, Roswarne is a majestic Regency house which has undergone ten years of painstaking renovation and restoration by owners Lesley and Reg Price.


The backdrop for our bridal fashion story 'New Romantics,' the elegance of this Grade II* listed house is palpable from the moment you turn down the leafy drive. The frontage, with its balcony and lofty pillars, overlooks gardens dotted with beech trees and ancient magnolias. 

Step inside and you're met by a grand hall with a magnificent fireplace, sweeping staircase and marble pillars. Blending Regency elegance with modern facilities, you'll find comfortable sitting rooms, light-filled bedrooms with four-poster beds and luxe bathrooms with roll-top baths styled with charming period furnishings. These sit alongside the grandeur of the Ballroom with its huge windows and twinkling chandelier, the sumptuous Library found through a hidden door, and the stunning Orangery bathed in natural light and garden views ' a dream setting for an intimate wedding breakfast.

Complete with a choice of bedrooms and individual suites, The Rose Gardens at Roswarne makes an idyllic year-round venue for an extended wedding celebration, whether you envision taking your vows and chinking glasses before crackling log fires during the winter months or spilling outside into the rose-filled gardens during the spring or summer, where marquee receptions can take place on the lawn and al fresco drinks on the terrace. Furthermore, with the spectacular north coast and sands of Portreath and Gwithian a short drive away, it makes an exceptional spot for your guests to combine the celebrations with a memorable few days, taking in the sights of this historic and spectacular corner of Cornwall.