A stunning new ceremony space has been officially opened today (Friday 14 February) at the historic Cheylesmore Manor House.
The Queen Isabella Room, which can accommodate up to 20 people for intimate wedding ceremonies, vow renewals, and naming ceremonies, was declared officially open by the Deputy Lord Mayor of Coventry, Councillor Ann Lucas OBE.
Deputy Lord Mayor of Coventry, Councillor Ann Lucas OBE said: “The Queen Isabella Room is a stunning space that will make a beautiful environment for people’s special days. It’s a fantastic addition to Cheylesmore Manor House and its suite of event rooms and is perfect for intimate wedding ceremonies in the heart of Coventry.
“I’m so pleased to see this hidden gem being restored and used in such a significant way – and no doubt there’ll be many happy couples who will treasure this space as they speak their vows.”
The space has been carefully restored to create a beautiful ceremony room, with beams on the walls and ceilings, and adornments of eucalyptus branches.
Guests and couples will be able to enter from a traditional archway and exit into a large stone flagged courtyard which will provide picturesque photo opportunities of the historical setting.