Are you looking for a funeral venue on the Mornington Peninsula?
Greenhaven Funeral Services may just have the perfect venue for you to consider!
Our funeral venue on the Mornington Peninsula is an impressive Victorian era mansion, surrounded by exquisite and peaceful gardens. The estate was built in 1867 and has had extensive work done by previous owners to maintain the elegant design of the building. It is a lovely setting for a funeral, wake or celebration of life and offers many options both indoors and out, to hold a celebration of life service.
The Estate includes accommodation facilities offering 20 private rooms for overnight visitors, which provides an easy lodging solution for mourners travelling for the funeral.
The Estate is set amidst 22 acres of well-manicured gardens, and 30 acres of vines. Panoramic views over Port Philip Bay stretching from the Bellarine Peninsula to Melbourne are visible from many locations on the property, and the land itself is located a few minutes from the beach. Located in mount Eliza, just north of Mornington and a short 20-minute drive from Frankston, it possesses the elegance and open environment of the country, while still remaining local and easy to access.
With a restaurant on the grounds, run by award winning chef Richard Keane, you can guarantee a fresh and delightful menu for your guests. Both the kitchens quality and the location contributes to their reputation as one of the finest wining and dining venues on the Mornington Peninsula.
The restaurant uses seasonal fruits and vegetables grown locally or on the estate, also supporting local farmers.
There are many options at this funeral venue on the Mornington Peninsula where you can celebrate your loved ones life; whether within the surrounds of the gardens or their beautiful chapel you are sure to find something that will meet your unique requirements.
For more information on this unique funeral venue, contact Greenhaven Funeral Services on 9569 0534.
We encourage your contact and welcome your inquiry.
Unique funerals that won’t cost the earth.