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Penryn Park at The Port Hope Golf & Country Club

Your Unforgettable Day, Our Incredible Venue.

  Penryn Park offers a-one-of-a-kind setting for an intimate and romantic wedding. With a country setting tucked away through a winding forest you will find the historic Penryn Mansion. Overlooking Lake Ontario, Penryn Mansion was lovingly built in 1859 by Colonel Arthur Williams for his Bride to be, Emily Seymour.

From your initial inquiry, to your Ceremony, until your last guest leaves Penryn Park specializes in truly custom celebrations. Every wedding includes a Special Events Coordinator to help simplify and organize the big day. Executing just one wedding a week allows our special events team to focus on individual clients needs. Whether it is recommending trusted vendors or the actual set up of the event, our Special Events Team is here to make sure your wedding day runs smoothly.

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With multiple outdoor ceremony sites and versatile reception areas, Penryn Mansion and its grounds can be customized to any wedding. Inside the Mansion is the perfect location for an intimate, boutique style wedding reception and the mansion grounds can easily facilitate a tent for a more grandiose affair. Just imagine your very own vintage garden party!   

When you choose to host your wedding with Penryn Park you have full use of the mansion and its grounds. So use it all! Before the Ceremony, Brides and their Bridal Party are welcome to make use of the private Bridal dressing room and adjacent powder room located on the second floor of the Penryn Mansion. Choose to have your ceremony at the gazebo with stunning views of the lake, beneath the natural canopy of the beech tree or at the entrance to the pool area under the arbour. After your Ceremony, your guests can easily step into our charming pool area for cocktail hour, where they will toast to your first moments as a married couple!

 Would you like to learn more about hosting your Wedding at Penryn Park?

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