Gorgeous, divine, sophisticated. This stunning 1830's building couldn't have any more charm.
Dunbar House is one of Australia's oldest standing buildings and has just about finished its multi-million dollar restoration. As you can see, it's nothing short of impressive!
The charming property, now owned by the Tea Room Group, stands grandly on the shores of Watson's Bay, overlooking crystal blue waters and Sydney's city skyline.
The new interior will consist of an elegant palette of greys and silvers, beautiful lower wall wood paneling, William Morris wallpaper, Catherine Martin carpets and hand crafted crystal chandeliers. Very stylish, I can't imagine many weddings that wouldn't suit this simple elegance.
Couples can use the lower lawn, under the grand fig tree for their ceremony - a beautiful spot with harbour views for your friends and family to enjoy.... if they can drag their eyes away from the beautiful couple that is.
While you are off having your photos taken or freshening-up, your guests can enjoy pre-reception drinks on the outdoor harbour terrace while they wait for your grand entrance.
The founder of the Tea Room Group, Manuel Spinola says that the revitalised Dunbar House will fill a long-standing gap in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs for a world-class wedding venue.
"Dunbar house is a remarkable building filled with a rich history, but it really was in dire need of some TLC. We saw a unique opportunity to restore Dunbar House to its former glory, by transforming it into one of the city's most prestigious and beautiful wedding venues so that people can enjoy it for years to come," he said.
Dunbar House is currently taking bookings for February 2011 onwards.
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