The stunning Cornish landscape really lends itself as a backdrop for a wedding. Choose from locations in quaint towns and villages, to the rural countryside and stunning seascapes. There’s a wide variety of wedding venues in Cornwall to choose from – the only problem is picking just one.
Perched on a clifftop above a picturesque bay below, if you’re getting married in Cornwall be sure to visit the Talland Bay Hotel and its idyllic surroundings. Perfect for intimate weddings.
A dramatic and simply stunning backdrop for a Cornish beach wedding – Lusty Glaze offers a unique and romantic venue. Celebrate with reception drinks on the sand, say your vows to the sounds of the sea and enjoy fantastic food in front of a beautiful sunset. The venue isn’t restricted to the summer months either – decorate with fairy lights, storm lanterns and roaring fires and listen to the sea.
A magical and historical place to get married in Cornwall, Pendennis Castle sits on a headland overlooking Falmouth Bay. Choose between the Lower Gun Room and Royal Artillery Barracks to say “I do” before dancing the night away. Looking to invite a large number of friends and family? Marquees can be erected on the level lawns with sea views.
With far reaching views of the Cornish coastline, St Mawes Castle offers a romantic setting for a wedding. Tie the knot in the Upper Gun Room before dinner and dancing in the Garrison’s Mess – with its impressive fireplace. The grounds run along the water’s edge – the perfect spot for a marquee and enjoying the changing seascape.
A truly unique place to get married. Choose from an ancient woodland, The Rum Store, Underground Lake, or the intimate Vine Conservatory to say your vows. There won’t be any shortage of opportunities for photos at this enchanting location!