Beautiful wedding venues in Plymouth, Devon and Cornwall
Chances are your reading this because you just got engaged, and now your looking at planning your wedding and choosing the most important aspect of it, the venue! There are stunning venues across the United Kingdom, but in this article, im going to focus on those that are local to myself as a Devon, Cornwall and Plymouth Wedding Photographer. And some you may not know about.
Your wedding venue is where you will be married, and where all your friends and family will be to celebrate with you. It’s also more than likely the place all your wedding photography will be taken at, other than the church or registry office.
I cant plan your wedding for you, but i can find you truly beautiful venues around Devon and Cornwall to host your wedding.
1. Trevenna Barns
Trevenna Barns is less than an hours drive away from Plymouth, my home town, situated near Liskeard, Cornwall and boast gorgeous barns to host ceremonies, receptions and celebrations.
Every season at Trevenna brings new reasons to celebrate and the venue is surrounded by beautiful Cornish countryside views; the perfect hide-away location to enjoy your wedding celebrations.
2. The Great Barn
he Great Barn is aptly named because at 23 metres long and 7 metres wide, it is in essence, one breathtakingly beautiful enormous space. The scale means that pretty much everything happens in a single sociable place.
Seating over 160 guests at round tables and around 190 guests at trestles, there are very few wedding venues in Devon which have this kind of capacity without having to go the huge trouble and expense of putting up a marquee. It also means your party will never be split, everyone will be in the same space from the start to the end of your day.
3. Bovey Castle
Looking to say ‘I do’ in Dartmoor? Due to its stunning location nestled in Dartmoor National Park, a Bovey Castle wedding is truly like no other.
Nestled in 275 acres of beautiful countryside and rolling valleys, Bovey Castle is a truly unforgettable party or wedding venue in Devon.
4. Pynes House
One of Devon’s best kept secrets, Pynes House is waiting to welcome you home for your wedding.
Pynes House is owned by two families who have been the custodians since 2011. Over the years, they have painstakingly restored, refurbished and loved the house back to its former glory. The building continues to evolve today and it’s absolutely stunning!
5. The Horn of Plenty, Tavistock
Whether you’re looking for a small intimate wedding venue, or a large outdoor wedding for all your family and friends, this location makes for a truly wonderful setting, offering exclusive use weddings in the main house for up to 90 day guests and 120 evening guests. For larger numbers, they recommend a marquee.
For those who don’t want a big evening “party”, elopement weddings, afternoon weddings and smaller weddings are available without exclusive use of the hotel.
6. The Deer Park Country House
A stylish and exceptionally relaxed country house where impeccable hospitality and modern thinking blend together seamlessly. Weddings are their forte. Inside or out, Pared down or turned up.
Take over the house with its beautiful lounges. They supply the backdrop, the ambiance and all the right ingredients. From the Italian garden to the Georgian orangery, each backdrop is breath-taking.
7. The Cary Arms, Babbacombe
Nestled in one of Devon’s magnificent bays with its breath-taking views, the Cary Arms combines chic, contemporary flair with the old-style values of an authentic English Inn. The essence of understated elegance.
Picture-perfect for the most intimate and memorable weddings celebrations
8. Hotel Endsleigh, Milton Abbot
I defy anyone to find a more beautiful spot in the whole of England. There is no traffic or aircraft noise, no light pollution, just the sound of the Tamar river.
9. Kingston Estate
The Kingston Estate in Devon, near Totnes, is one of the best Country House wedding and wedding reception venues you can find to host your perfect day.
The general site of Kingston has been occupied for centuries however the present house was built in 1735 for John Rowe, a wealthy wool merchant, and is considered by many historians to be one of the finest surviving Georgian gentlemans residence in Devon.
10. Shilstone House
Exclusive, relaxed and romantic. Shilstone has been described by many as one of the most stunning wedding venues Devon has to offer. With its unique combination of traditional and contemporary style, Shilstone provides the perfect setting to deliver the wedding day of your dreams.
11. Coombe Trenchard
A stunning privately-owned Arts & Crafts country house estate with restored Edwardian gardens and acres of inspiring grounds.
An idyllic location in the West of Devon, Sarah and Philip Marsh are thrilled to open and share their home on carefully selected dates each year for exclusive weddings and parties.
12. Ever After
Ever After is the perfect fit for couples looking for a unique outdoor setting for their summer wedding that’s stylish, exclusive and intimate. Couples who hire the venue feel connected to the natural landscape, whatever the weather, in a beautiful setting that truly belongs to them for the day.
13. The Green, Cornwall
As you coast gently downhill from the granite-speckled heights and wild, sweeping contours of Bodmin Moor, the open expanses give way to rolling dense woodland. In a wonderfully secluded spot, where lush hills tumble into the idyllic river valley below and a picture-perfect patchwork of orchards and meadows cloaks the horizon, you’ll find The Green. Your ready-made wedding village – wholly private and an endlessly pretty place to get married.