Archive: 2016

Hip Hip Hooray Stationery

Friday 18th March, 2016|Category: News
Designer Jenny and her small team at Hip Hip Hooray Wedding Stationery are based in Tavistock, Devon and love creating gorgeous wedding designs for brides and grooms all over the UK. Their signature style is bold, bright and (I'm sure you'll agree) beautiful, but there are also lots of delicate pastel and laser cut designs to love. With over 200 styles to choose from, you're sure to find that perfect invitation to match your theme and colour scheme. From DIY to putting on the Ritz, country chic or glamour and glitz, a local event or a shindig abroad, this is the home of stylish, gorgeous stationary that you can ...

The Hayward has its Heyday!

Thursday 10th March, 2016|Category: News
It has been a fabulous week at the Duke and tonight the celebrations continued as we officially opened the Hayward Room. With our new luxurious wedding offer the Hayward was is much need of some TLC so in January the doors were closed and work began. For just over two months every inch of the room received the attention it deserved. Walter Combstock (owner) has dedicated himself to the building for over 50 years, there is not a detail of the Duke that he hasn’t explored! In their 15th year of ownership, Walter and ...

Launch of the Make Campaign

Wednesday 9th March, 2016|Category: News
Make a Difference for Mayflower 400 has officially launched! With a front page headline in the Herald and our Ballroom full of like minded businesses, this new initiative got off to an excellent start. Just four and a half years' away in 2020, the city will host a major events calendar and welcome hoards of international visitors as we commemorate the 400th Anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower. Aimed at businesses across Plymouth, this event was the launch of Plymouth's preparations for getting the city ready for Mayflower 400. After we (The Duke of Cornwall Hotel) refurbished the train and boat in West Hoe Fun Park the idea was to inspire other businesses in Plymouth to do the same and give back to their community. The Duke of ...

The Duke welcome Shekinah

Tuesday 8th March, 2016|Category: News
Today is International Women's Day and the women who attend Women's Space in association with Shekinah, The Eddystone Trust and Trevi House, are celebrating in style with a cream tea here at The Duke. Women's Space is about inspiring, supporting and empowering women to have a voice and move forward into achieving their full potential. We were more than happy to open our doors to these amazing ladies and provide a luxurious experience. Upon arrival the ladies were escorted into our restaurant and treated to tea and coffee with home-made scones, of course topped with jam and cream (controversial Cornwall style). They sat around tables and began talking to successful business women, who kindly took time out of their day to inspire the ladies, ...

Join our team

Monday 18th January, 2016|Category: News
How would you like to join our Award winning hotel and become part of our Events Team? We have an opportunity for a motivated person to become part of our Team as an Administration Assistant. The ideal candidate would have two years’ experience in an administrative role, however this is not essential as we offer training and development for those looking to take the next step forward in their career. This is an exciting chance to join a vibrant and busy office planning events of every kind with our Functions & Events Manager, supporting our Director of Marketing and Wedding Coordinator as well as playing a vital role in delivering the hotel’s Social Media strategy. Whilst this is a full time Monday – ...

Shackleton Celebration

Thursday 14th January, 2016|Category: Shackleton
More than 100 years ago the Endurance sank beneath the ice on the Weddell Sea, near Antarctica. Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition was an attempt to make the first land crossing of the Antarctic continent.  After Shackleton stayed at The Duke of Cornwall Hotel on 7th August 1914, the expedition left England and sailed via Buenos Aires and South Georgia before departing for the Antarctic on December 5. But early in the journey the ship and its 28-man crew became trapped in the pack ice of the Weddell Sea.    ...
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