Chance to win two tickets to Deer Park Country House Grapevine Dinner
PUBLISHED: 06:30 25 July 2018 | UPDATED: 09:06 13 August 2018
Chance to visit an exclusive house for a party beyond your wildest dreams
A memorable event starts with a memorable location, and there’s no better place to gather up your favourite people and celebrate a special occasion than at the Deer Park Country House.
Whether you need a private dining room or planning a lavish knees-up that will never be forgotten, the Deer Park is the perfect exclusive house. Rooms can be decorated to create your own stylish themes, and guests can spill out on to the extensive grounds for games, feasting and fireworks.
There’s plenty of accommodation for your guests to let their hair down and make a sensational night of it. Anything goes!
Originally a squire’s mansion dating back to 1721, this Georgian house went through a multimillion pound redevelopment in 2016. With the addition of a beautiful Orangery, luxury thatched tree house, Motor House and executive detached house, the Deer Park is now considered one of the most unique and exclusive venues in England, situated in one of Devon’s most breathtaking estates.
Award Winning Food
Deer Park’s handsome double AA rosette winning restaurant, Loxton’s, is a destination for locals and residents alike. There’s something for everyone, from exquisite four-course tasting menus, to melt-in-the-mouth pizzas, cooked in Deer Park’s outdoor clay oven, or perhaps a slow-roasted succulent Devonshire pig, cooked on a spit.
Under the leadership of executive chef Hadleigh Barrett, the team of chefs rely on the local area for ingredients; fruit, vegetables and herbs are grown in Deer Park’s own walled garden, fishy highlights on the menu can be credited to the nearby shore. Every scrap on the menu is prepared in-house.
Deer Park Country House, Buckerell Village, Weston, Honiton, Devon, England, EX14 3PG
www.deerpark.co.uk | 01404 41266 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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