Wilderness Summerhouse enjoys a stunning setting on the rugged North Devon coast.
Wilderness Summerhouse perches on a lofty outcrop called the Wilderness promontory. In order to find this special place, walk along the coast path to the west of Clovelly. This historic Summerhouse, built in 1820 and restored twice, overlooks Mouthmill Cove. Hence it is one of Clovelly’s most romantic spots and much favoured as a wedding location. The last restoration in 2008 led to it winning a civic conservation award on its completion.
As part of the restoration, particular attention was paid to the use of local materials, including fine Delabole slates.
Transfers for wedding guests to and from this stunning location are by Clovelly Land Rovers. Consequently its highly popular for romantic outdoor weddings.