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COTTESLOE | UNIQUE VENUES
oused in one of the oldest buildings
in Cottesloe, Villa Pourzand exudes
class, elegance and luxury. With decor
inspired by 15th-century Renaissance Florence,
the venue adds style and grace to all kinds of
functions, including weddings, engagements,
christenings, anniversaries and corporate
events. Because Villa Pourzand is an owner-
operated venue, there is a specific focus on
attention to detail and personalised service.
Each function is tailored to suit the client’s
individual specifications and this includes the
menu, which offers a selection of entrees, mains
and desserts. An exclusive menu is available
for those after a more laid-back, cocktail-style
event. For weddings, there is an assortment of
extras, including white linen tablecloths and
napkins, a lavishly decorated bridal table, white
clothed cake and gift table, embroidered chair
covers and handmade candelabras dressed with
silk ivy. It means you can get on with organising
the dress, speeches and table placements in the
knowledge that the room will look beautiful.
In addition to attentive service, Villa Pourzand
offers an in-house music system and dance floor
for all functions.
Where | Housed in one of the oldest buildings
in Cottesloe, Villa Pourzand has an intimate,
medieval ambience that will add elegance to
Numbers | Villa Pourzand can hold 110 people
in a cocktail-style function or 90 people for
a sit-down dinner. A minimum of 50 people is
required for a Saturday night booking.
Food | Clients are able to design their own
menus for functions that incorporate a formal
three-course dinner. The cocktail menu offers
hot and cold canapes.
Drink | Clients can choose from two beverage
options – fixed charge or consumption. The
fixed packages include wines from Hardys,
Houghton, Brookland Valley and Goundrey.
Address 561 Stirling Highway, Cottesloe
Phone (08) 9384 6502
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